Lutton Parish Council Homepage

The NOTICE OF ELECTION for LUTTON PARISH COUNCIL can be downloaded here .

The STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED can be downloaded here.

The most recent scheduled Parish Council meeting was postponed due to Covid-19.

The accounts for the period 2019 to 2020 are now available here.

There will be an Election of Parish Councillors on 6th May 2021. Please consider putting your name forward by contacting any of the existing councillors.

We now have the detail and timeline for the Elections in 2021, which is detailed here

More information about Parish Councils (in general terms) can be found on Wikipedia:

Or you can download some explanatory notes here

Alternatively come along to the next meeting and find out first hand!

Lutton is a small village in the East Northamptonshire countryside, it is close to the county border with Cambridgeshire. A linear development with only 62 houses in the two communities, five farms and a church, one of the farms is situated in Lutton’s linked hamlet of Papley.

The hamlet of Papley was once a larger community but it fell foul of the enclosures in the 1500s

The village of Lutton is mentioned in the Domesday Book, where it is called Liditone or Luditone. Once upon a time there were pubs, a shop and a school, all long gone and now redeveloped as housing.
Nicknamed Mucky Lutton due to the lack of tarmac on the road, a brook that frequently flooded and several farms.
Lutton Farm still had milking cows until the milk quotas introduced in the mid 80s made that uneconomical.

The local farms now concentrate on arable crops, soft fruit, sheep, reindeer, pigs and an interesting range of birdlife.