Duston Parish Council

Serving the community of Duston

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Clerk: Mr Justin Gleich
Duston Community Centre
Pendle Road, Duston
Northamptonshire NN5 6DT

Tel: 01604 583626

Duston Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to serve the community and people of Duston. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do, as well as community information. 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

Neighbourhood Alert Cuppa with a Copper

Posted: Wed, 20 Mar 2019 09:18 by Alison Grantham


Please join me PCSO C7008 Wakeling at No.50 Cafe, Main road, Duston between the times of 11:00hrs and 12:00hrs. This is a chance for a talk about any issues you may want to discuss or even just for a chat and a cuppa.

Neighbourhood Alert - Knife Amnesty

Posted: Wed, 13 Mar 2019 15:30 by Alison Grantham

In support of Operation SCEPTRE, our knife crime campaign, Northampton Neighbourhoods Team Officers will be around the area with the Knife Amnesty bin and would be happy to receive and dispose of any unwanted knives. More »

On Thursday 14 March, they will be at;
St James Police Office, St James Sq from 10.00am to 12 noon.

Park Square, Kings Heath from 2.00pm to 4.00pm » Less

New Youth Commission Recruiting Now

Posted: Mon, 11 Mar 2019 12:26 by Alison Grantham

Northamptonshire Police Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is setting up a youth commission to involve young people in decisions about policing, the fire service and criminal justice in Northamptonshire. More »

Young people aged between 14 and 19 – or 24 if they have additional needs – are invited to join the Commission, where they can make sure their voices, and the voices of other young people, are heard by decision-makers.

The Youth Commission provides a platform for young people to get involved and express their views on a range of police, crime and fire issues affecting our communities. This is an important role, as it will help the Commissioner to understand the needs of local young people and to make better informed decisions.

The Commission will have 30 members who will be able to lead discussions and to develop and run campaigns that will inform and engage other young people on issues that are important to them.

People who take part will need to be confident, commit to one session a month and keen to get involved and represent their peers. In return, they will be able to develop their skills, gain experience and have the opportunity to help shape important decisions.

Recruitment is now open and runs until March 25. To apply, visit https://www.northantspcc.org.uk/northamptonshire-youth-commission/ » Less