Middleton Cheney Parish Council

Serving the people of Middleton Cheney

All Saints Church 1920

Clerk: Mrs Valerie Furniss
Parish Meeting Rooms
Middleton Cheney, Banbury
Oxon OX17 2LR

Tel: 01295 713500

  • All Saints Church

    All Saints Church

    Feb 2016

  • Glovers Lane

    Glovers Lane

    Feb 2016

  • Primary School

    Primary School

    Feb 2016

  • Methodist Church

    Methodist Church

    Feb 2016

Middleton Cheney is one of the largest villages in South Northants District, situated in the south west of Northamptonshire - 3 miles from Banbury, 2 miles from junction 11 on the M40 and 7 miles from Brackley. A variety of shops, and a primary and secondary school serve the local community and the surrounding area. The diverse population, comprising families, young professionals and retired people enjoy the benefits of a wide range of clubs, organisations and activities, many with the encouragement and support of the Parish Council.

Middleton Cheney Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Middleton Cheney a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Middleton Cheney Cemetery

Posted: Wed, 08 Apr 2020 13:51 by Will Smith

I have been advised this morning that residents can visit the Cemetery on their daily exercise walk to pay their respects. Please remember social distancing and other guidelines related to COVID -19. Thank you. Val FurnissClerk/RFODistrict Cllr. Middleton Cheney Ward

District council’s website on the podium for accessibility

Posted: Wed, 08 Apr 2020 13:48 by Will Smith

Those with poor sight or dyslexia can easily access online services in South Northamptonshire after the district council's website scored a top three spot in an accessibility league table.Every month the Society for Innovation, Technology and Modernisation (SOCITM) along with Silktide test 125 random pages on every council website in the UK.They examine 200 criteria within those pages and assesses them against an internationally recognised standard for accessibility. That assessment is then simplified down to a score out of 100.During March the South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) site was given a score of 95, placing it third out of 400 local authority websites, up from fourth the previous month.Cllr Andrew Grant, SNC's portfolio holder for customer services and IT, said: "The SNC website has been above average since it was updated three years ago, but we can be proud in the knowledge that independent analysis defines it as excellent at the very time when a good website is needed most."SNC has been regularly updating its website to reflect the latest Government advice and information and has launched an online application system for business grants.The homepage also contains links to information for tenants and landlords, food businesses and those wanting to volunteer to help people during the lockdown.Visit www.southorthants.gov.uk

Online Safety For Young People

Online Safety For Young People

Posted: Thu, 02 Apr 2020 19:57 by Will Smith

As the vast majority of young people are being schooled online, they are spending a significant amount of time on the internet. The internet is amazing tool but it does expose young people to some risk. More »

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency's (CEOP) education team have designed some amazing resources, designed at helping parents and carers have conversation about internet safety, suitable for a range of ages.

The resources can be found at:


Matthew Taylor (Police, Police Community Support Officer (C7115), South Northants Neighbourhood Policing Team) » Less