Great Paxton Parish Council
Welcome to Great Paxton
First Listed in the Domesday Book in 1086, Great Paxton is a thriving community, village and parish in Cambridgeshire situated 2.6 miles north of St Neots in the Great Ouse river valley and on the B1043 that runs between St Neots in the south and Offord D’Arcy in the north.
In the 2011 Census, the population of the village was recorded at 1007. Its most important building is the Minster Church of the Holy Trinity, a Grade I Saxon church dating from the 11th century.
Contact The Council
We would love to hear your feedback about any issues concerning you. Please visit our contact page to get in touch.
Meet The Councillors
Meet the Councillors, view contact information and the Councillor’s Register of Interests.
Our area has a fascinating history. Visit our History page to find out more about the history of our Parish.
Checkout all the upcoming events in our locality. Get involved with your local community. Click the link below to find out more.
View and download recent documents including agendas, minutes and financial reports.
Resident or visitors are welcome to view our beautiful local area in our gallery section