Tiffield Parish Council

Serving the people of Tiffield

Welcome to the website for the small village of Tiffield, which nestles in the beautiful south Northamptonshire countryside near to the town of Towcester.

This site is maintained and financed by Tiffield Parish Council which provides your local services. We strive to make Tiffield a better place in which to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do, together with details of the facilities and organisations in the village and the surrounding area. 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

Social Distancing Signs - South Northamptonshire Council

Posted: Wed, 23 Sep 2020 13:54 by Andrew Tennet

Hi all,

For the benefit of any local businesses, please see the below message received by the Parish Council from South Northamptonshire Healthy Communities regarding assistance with signs etc for social distancing;

"South Northamptonshire Council has created free to download materials to support the safe reopening of businesses and community spaces.

These materials can be downloaded from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) : Support for Employers and Employees section on the Council website. More »

Please share these materials with any local businesses and community spaces that would benefit.

Thank you,

Healthy Communities" » Less

Green Homes Grant Scheme update

Posted: Thu, 10 Sep 2020 16:27 by Andrew Tennet

Hi all,

The following information has been received by the Parish Council in respect of the Green Homes Grant Scheme;

Council backs new Green Homes Grant scheme offering up to £5,000 for home improvements

Vouchers worth up to £5,000 will be issued to eligible homeowners across South Northamptonshire to make their homes more energy efficient under a new government scheme being launched at the end of September. More »

South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) is encouraging eligible homeowners to apply to the Green Homes Grant scheme, which could help pay for environmentally-friendly home improvements such as heating controls and insulation or double and triple glazing.

Cllr Karen Cooper, portfolio holder for wellbeing, said: "This is a welcomed announcement from the Government, that we are pleased to support.

"Green home improvements will not only help many residents cut carbon emissions and save money on their energy bills but will create work for many thousands of builders and tradespeople across the district.

"The government will provide a voucher that covers up to two thirds of the cost of qualifying home improvements. The maximum value of the voucher is £5,000. However, you may be able to receive up to £10,000 if you or a member of your household receives a qualifying means-tested benefit."

To obtain a voucher, homeowners will have to make an online application detailing the energy efficiency measures they wish to carry out.

Registration for a voucher will open late September 2020 at www.simpleenergyadvice.org.uk.

Cllr Cooper added: "Although we are yet to hear from the Government when registration will be open, we would like to encourage those who are eligible to start thinking about their application. The Simple Energy Advice website is currently open for potential applicants to complete a pre-checker and to approach trust mark businesses to get estimates ready for when the online application is ready to go live."

The measures will be spilt into two categories: primary and secondary. Homeowners must install at least one measure from the primary category to qualify for the vouchers.

Potential applicants can visit www.northantswarmhomes.com/green-home-grants-your-guide for further information on the categories and to check their eligibility.

Once homeowners have applied, their details will be forwarded to accredited local suppliers.
Once one of the suppliers has issued a quote, and the requested work has been approved, the Government will issue the voucher.

Further information from Government can be found on the Department for Energy & Industrial Strategy website - http://bit.ly/GovGreenHomes. » Less

SNC Parish Forum update newsletter September 2020

Posted: Thu, 03 Sep 2020 10:46 by Andrew Tennet

Hi all,

Please find attached the latest Parish Forum newsletter published by South Northamptonshire Council.

Also attached is a COVID assistance leaflet published by Northamptonshire County Council.


Andy Tennet

Clerk - Tiffield Parish Council