Croxton Kerrial & Branston Parish Council

Serving the people of Croxton Kerrial & Branston

Middle St, Croxton Kerrial.

Clerk: Janice Fletcher
The Sty, Piglet Cottage, 12
Middle Street, Croxton
Kerrial, Grantham, NG32 1QP

Tel: 01476 870768



    The newly refurbished war memorial.

  • Branston Parish Church

    Branston Parish Church

  • The Wheel Inn, Branston

    The Wheel Inn, Branston

Croxton Kerrial and Branston Parish Council provides your local services. We endeavour to make Croxton Kerrial and Branston a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Find local groups and businesses in our A- Z of services. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us

Latest News

Pet Service

Come along to Croxton Kerrial Parish Church for a service for your pets.Small pets are welcome in the church, larger pets outside.

4pm Sunday 14th October.Refreshments will be served after the service

Posted: Sun, 14 Oct 2018 16:00 by Janice Fletcher


A vacancy has arisen for a caretaker at Croxton Kerrial Village Hall. Further details can be obtained by contacting

Jackie Johnston on 01476 879291


Kim Ranns on 01476 870419

Posted: Wed, 10 Oct 2018 19:49 by Janice Fletcher


We had a very good response and now have many volunteers. Speedwatch will take place in October - dates will be issued nearer to the time. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered.

In response to public requests regarding speeding on the A607 along Main Street, the Parish Council has decided to try to take advantage of the "Community Speed Watch" scheme.

Leicestershire County website has the criteria that the community would have to pass to get authorisation and the details of how it works. More »


  • Residents are trained to use a speed camera and operate in groups of 2 or 3.
  • The first implementation would be for 4 weeks, during which the Police issue letters to all those caught by the system.
  • If, as we know, this shows systematic speeding, the Police will then start enforcement for an unspecified period.
  • If and when the situation returns, the community can apply for the camera again for 2 weeks with subsequent enforcement thereafter.
  • This procedure can be repeated as often as necessary to improve safety in the village.


Key points to be allowed to access the scheme are that 20% of the population would need to sign a specific "Pledge of Support" (100 people) and there would have to be a minimum of 6 registered camera volunteers (maximum 16). More volunteers equals less time per individual. If these numbers are not achieved then the scheme cannot go ahead and there are no other actions available to the Parish Council.

The Parish Councilors representing Croxton Kerrial (Tricia Laurance, Peter Kinvig, Gerald Botterill and Ray Ranns) will call on residents to ask them to sign the pledge forms, which also include the details the County Council requires for those who are prepared to be camera volunteers. » Less

Posted: Sun, 18 Feb 2018 13:19 by Janice Fletcher