Norton is a civil parish in the Daventry District of Northamptonshire incorporating the hamlets of Muscott and Thrupp and is situated 2 miles east of Daventry, 11 miles west of Northampton.

Norton Parish Council is part of the framework of Local Government that includes Daventry District Council and Northamptonshire County Council.

The services the Parish Council provides are funded through a compulsory ‘precept’ which forms part of the Council Tax and is collected on their behalf by Daventry District Council. Norton Parish Council is accountable for spending this precept on local amenities.  The Parish Council looks at planning applications within the parish prior to their consideration by Daventry District Council, and is responsible for the following facilities:

  • Street Lighting
  • Footpaths
  • Jacks Patch (Pocket Park)
  • Seats and benches
  • Litter bins
  • Maintenance of Verges and Open Spaces

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The parish council is currently made up of 8 councillors who meet monthly throughout the year in Norton Village Hall. Contact details for the councillors and the parish clerk can be found here.