August Council meeting

The Council will hold an additional meeting on 20 August 2020 at 7 o’clock in the evening.

As with all meetings at the moment it will be held using Zoom.  Details will be published in due course and on the Council agenda.

May Council meeting

There will be a meeting of Desborough Town Council at four o’clock on the afternoon of Thursday 21 May 2020.

The meeting will make use of remote access through the internet because of the current pandemic and lockdown.

Log in details will be posted on the Council’s website and on the agenda when available.  The Council is using its best endeavours to make access to the meeting as easy as possible.

Owing to the remote nature of attendance, any members of the public wishing to address the Council are requested to provide details to the Town Clerk before the meeting either by emailing the usual form (available here Your Right to Speak at Council Meetings) to the Town Clerk on or by sending the same information to the Town Clerk on or even by providing the same information to the Town Clerk using the email us facility on this website.

April Council meeting

Owing to the ongoing pandemic, the meeting of the Council originally scheduled for 16 April 2020 will not be held.  The Council expects that a meeting will be held in May (the expected date is 21 May 2020) but anticipates this being a remote meeting with Councillors and staff taking part remotely and with press and public being able to follow proceedings (as normally as possible) online.

Details of how to join the meeting will be available on the website and on the Council’s notice board when they are available.

If there is a need to convene an urgent Council meeting in the meantime then that can still be done.


Stay Home > Protect the NHS > Save Lives

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) response

Following the advice of HM Government, the Desborough Town Council office will be closed for the foreseeable future.

You can still get in touch with the Council using the contact details above or by using the contact page on the website

Please help keep yourself and our community safe by following the Government’s advice on hand washing, self-isolation, and social distancing.