Working together to support the community & enhance the environment

The Parish Council

Bozeat Parish Council consists of 11 Councillors and it employs a Parish Clerk, an Allotments Manager and a Village Warden, who all work part time.  Our Clerk also acts as our Responsible Financial Officer and Burial Registrar.

The Councillors are all volunteers and as well as attending the monthly meetings, they can represent the council or participate in the working groups that focus on the different areas of responsibility of the council.

For more details about the current Parish Councillors, the Clerk and our North Northamptonshire councillors see the Councillors & Officers page.

Details of the working parties can be seen on the Working Groups page.


The council meets at:

The Independent Wesleyan Chapel,
Dychurch Lane,
NN29 7JP

See the map below (please note that the red pin is for the postcode and is not an exact location for the chapel). 
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Meetings are usually held on the third Monday of each month.

Meetings start promptly at 7:00pm when members of the public can address the Council before the formal meeting starts.

Bozeat Village

Bozeat is a Northamptonshire village that lies on the edge of the county and borders Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.  There are almost 1,000 homes in the village which is served by a primary school, village shop, public house, playing fields, church and chapel.  There is a green in the centre of the village which is often used for community events.