St Mary's Church through the Clematis
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Our aim with this website is to provide easy to access information on anything related to Grendon village
and its surroundings; feel free to browse around. To learn more please see GrendonVillage:About. If you wish to edit and change this site yourself you need to become a registered user - to do this please contact:
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If you've found this site, but were after the village site for Grendon in Warwickshire (the wrong sort of Grendon!) - if so, then please click this link: Warwickshire Grendon Village Website
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Grendon is a small village in rural Northamptonshire, England and is found on the borders of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire - with many houses made of the local limestone; various older thatched houses still survive. The name of the village means "green hill". Today the village remains centred on the hill. As with nearby Earls Barton, the village was once owned by Countess Judith who was the niece of William the Conqueror. The village is mentioned in the Doomsday Book.
The current population (based on the 2011 census) is 544; the village is a popular place to live with commuters to London or Milton Keynes. It is the site of the nineteenth century 'Battle of Grendon'. The village is in two parts which are separated by the brook. The smaller part of the village is shown on maps as "Lower End", whilst the higher (southern) part of the village is located at the top of the (steep) hill - after which the village was originally named.
The village is a friendly place and a great place to live.
You can learn a bit more about the village from our page on Wikipedia - here.
Our Member of Parliament
- Bill Newton Dunn (East Midlands)
Email address mailto:email@example.com
Post address 10 Church Lane, Navenby, Lincoln LN5 0EG
Parliament website: http://www.europarl.ep.ec/
The next meeting of the Parish Council is Monday 13th July 2015, 7.30pm
Please note there is a new e-mail for the Parish Council:-
Parish Council minutes
The minutes can be found here
Parish Council Agenda of Next Meeting
There have been reports of two dogs attacking and killing cats at night in the village; it is not clear whose animals they are, but cat owners are warned to be cautious.
Grendon Cricket Ground
We are pleased to announce that the new cricket net has now been installed and is "up and running". Many thanks to those who have donated and helped out at the ground.
If you are interested in playing please contact Phil Dawes (07812 185 241) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bois Bernard - twinning 2015
We visited our French twinners in Bois Bernard again on 2 May 2015 - we always receive a royal welcome from Bois Bernard and the trip is great fun; anybody who is not currently involved in the twinning and who is interested should contact Martine Marshman on 01933-664923 or email: mailto:email@example.com. New twinners are welcome.
Grendon Young Ringers
The Youth band is still progressing.
If you have any questions regarding the youth band, or about joining our regular band please contact any of the ringers below, or just come along on any Tuesday evening between 7.30 and 9.00pm.
Martin Howell 01933 664038 Tower Captain
Don Green 01933 663850 Assistant Tower Captain
Mike Brown 01933 663332
Old news items from this section are archived here