Norton Lindsey Parish Council

Queen Elizabeth II 1926 – 2022

It is with great sadness that we hear of the death of Her Majesty the Queen. She was deeply admired and respected in the United Kingdom and throughout the world. On behalf of the people of Norton Lindsey Parish we extend our deepest sympathy to the Royal Family at this sad time.

In conjunction with the Parochial Church Council, a book of condolence has been opened at Holy Trinity Church in Norton Lindsey. The book will be available (during daylight hours) until the end of the day following the late Queen’s funeral.

Additionally, floral tributes may be left at the Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Signpost at Red Horse Corner in Norton Lindsey. We would respectfully request that any tributes are not left ‘wrapped’ in plastic (to facilitate subsequent composting)

In times when nothing stood

But worsened, or grew strange,

There was one constant good:

She did not change.


Here you will find information relating to NLPC, including meeting agendas and minutes, documents and policies, and financial information. You will also find links to parish clubs and information (such as the Parish Magazine and the 2020 Parish Report), Warwickshire County Council and Warwick District Council websites where you can report problems, and links to planning applications, etc. Latest news from NLPC is available here, including details of our vacancy for a Parish Councillor.

Please feel free to have a look around.

NLPC meets monthly (except April and August), usually on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Meetings start at 7.45pm and normally they take place in the Church Room, but during the Covid-19 pandemic we are meeting online.

Norton Lindsey from Blacon Farm track