Duston Parish Council

Connecting the Community

WW1 Centenary Duston Remembers

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

Tel: 01604 583626

  • Tree of Hope 2020

    Tree of Hope 2020

    The Tree of Hope signifies strength and renewed hope for the future and celebrates our wonderful community who pulled together and remained strong during challenging times.

    Visit our Tree of Hope which is situated at the junction of Berrywood Road & Sandy Lane

  • I Love My Home by Sophia, Aged 5
  • Hearts for Hope

    Hearts for Hope

    We invite you to decorate your windows with hearts to show that we are all thinking of each other even though we cannot be together

  • The Grow Together Allotment

    The Grow Together Allotment

    The allotment has been put to bed for the winter and we are working on our spring programme.

    Please get in touch if you would like to join us in 2021.

    We operating a socially distanced rota to keep you all safe.

We are all being affected by the latest COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation and want to assure you that we are doing everything we can to keep you connected. At Duston Parish Council we are concentrating our efforts in a bid to support local residents in need at this most difficult time and to help the vulnerable who are alone or in self isolation. Our dedicated help page has lots more information

Latest News

Parking and the Upton Country Park

Posted: Thu, 25 Feb 2021 10:28 by Parish Office

Harpole Parish Council is asking for users of the parks at Harpole and of Upton Country Park your views. Please fill in the survey by clicking on this link https://harpole-pc.gov.uk/survey-upton-country-park/

Suspicious Activity Duston Northampton

Posted: Wed, 24 Feb 2021 10:01 by Parish Office

We've recently had some concerns raised that two persons have been acting suspiciously around the Park Lane area of Duston, Northampton whilst seen to be delivering leaflets.

Trading Standards advice is never to buy goods or services from a cold-caller on their doorstep, even if it is claimed that the work needs doing as a matter of urgency. More »

Instead, homeowners should find a Trading Standards approved trader to carry out any work through the national 'Buy With Confidence' scheme or 'Trustmark', the Government Endorsed Quality Scheme.

Northamptonshire County Council, in partnership with Northamptonshire Police, can also provide 'No Cold Calling' stickers for residents. These are available by calling the Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 0345 04 05 06. They can also provide you with advice about your consumer rights.

If you're worried or suspect that doorstep rogue traders or distraction burglars are operating in your community or targeting someone you know, please call our Doorstep crime Action Network hotline: 0345 23 07 702.

If a crime is in progress, call 999 now.

If you know anyone who's elderly or vulnerable, you can also pass on crime prevention advice as seen on the link below to help prevent them becoming a victim of doorstep crime.


Message Sent By
Lee Shelton (Police, PCSO, Northampton)

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Courier Fraud

Courier Fraud

Posted: Tue, 23 Feb 2021 11:16 by Parish Office

To All Northants Neighbourhood Watch /Alert members

There has been a spate of Courier Frauds across the County , with suspects purporting to be Police Officers, for "safekeeping / forensic examination" from vulnerable people. More »

The Police will never call to seek any payment.

Protect Yourself – What can you do ?

DON'T give any money or card details to any person at your front door , or calls/texts/emails you receive.
DON'T Let them into your property
DO call the Police immediately on 999 if the person is saying they are a Police Officer or other person saying they are an official of a company and asking for money.
DO make a note, of their lapel number, the registration of any vehicle that they are using, or if a call or text the telephone number. AND Report to Action Fraud


DON'T give your personal details to any person that calls you saying that they are your provider or Bank and want to take you through security. HANG UP
DON'T use the call back number they give you - Use a number that you know, on your card/statement.
MAKE sure the call from the incoming caller is fully disconnected, before you make any further outgoing calls, if not wait at least 10 minutes or until it has.
SPEAK to you providers contact centre or visit a local branch and tell them what has happened.
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