Who do I contact about nuisance issues such as antisocial behavior, parking etc?

All issues of nuisance and antisocial behavior should be reported on the non-urgent police 101 number and a report number obtained. Your can also highlight issues to our Police Community Support Officer.

Where can I find out about local services such as cleaning, childminding etc?

Please visit the business directory area of the website by clicking here

What is the difference between Little Stanion Farm Management Company (LSFMC) and Silentpride?

Silentpride own the Little Stanion development and are currently responsible for the completion of the roads, street lighting, sewers and other infrastructure works. LSFMC are the company who are contracted to maintain the completed areas of the village and who homeowners pay their annual management fee to. Their remit currently includes maintaining the public open spaces by cutting the grass and repairing fences, maintaining the Welcome Centre when it requires major works (recent kitchen repair and roofing lost in high winds), lake safety such as the provision of life buoys etc.

When are the roads being finished?

Now that Silentpride are no longer in administration work is underway to complete the infrastructure of the village and this will be completed inline with the schedule of works agreed by Corby Borough Council. A copy of this schedule can be found on the notice board outside the Welcome Centre.

When will we be getting a shop?

Little Stanion now has a temporary shop located near to the school. The opening hours are Monday to Sunday 6am to 8pm. During the summer the opening hours are extended to 9pm on Friday and Saturday. A permanant shop is currently going through the planning application process. It would be beneficial to sign up for email news updates to receive immediate updates on important matters such as these.

Can I book the Welcome Centre for private events?

Yes the Welcome Centre is available for private events such as birthday parties, christening and other family events. For more information see the Welcome Centre Bookings page

Where is there locally to take the kids?

There are a number of places locally to entertain children. Depending on what you are looking for, these include Fineshade Woods, Fermyn Woods Country Park, Lyvden New Bield, Planet Bounce, Adrenalin Alley, Cheeky Monkeys and more. Check out the events calendar to find out what’s going on closer to home in Little Stanion.

What is the bus timetable?
You can catch the bus from Little Stanion to either ASDA or the town centre but also to Kettering and Geddington. You can find the timetable online at https://bustimes.org.uk/services/em_16-8-C-y08

Who are the LSVA?

The Little Stanion Village Association was established in 2011 and is an official organisation, chaired by an elected committee of volunteers. The primary purpose of the LSVA is to take the village forward and represent the views of villagers with other local organisations such as Stanion Parish Council, Corby Borough Council, as well as the builders and management companies involved in developing and maintaining our village. The LSVA also coordinate village events and manages the Welcome Centre.

What kind of events take place within Little Stanion?
The LSVA along with other residents hold a variety of events throughout the year. These have previously included a free community BBQ, dog shows, an Easter Egg trail, The Bake Off, garage sales, quiz nights and the huge Christmas get together.

Are there any classes on locally?
Yes, we are lucky enough to have a number of regular events take place at the Welcome Centre and these include Hartbeeps, Tai Chi, Pilates, Brownies and Scouts. The Salvation Army also host their  Sunday Service here and a coffee morning. For the full timetable please visit the events page.

Can I walk to Tesco from Little Stanion?

Yes, there are two possible routes. You can walk either down Longcroft Road towards the EuroHub and turn left at the roundabout. Further along the road towards the units is a pathway through the trees on the right hand side.

The other route (which is shorter but can be muddy in wet weather) is to walk up through the trees from the roundabout at the top of Roman Road at the start of the Bovis development. The route goes up past the Taylor Wimpy houses at Clarendon Close and into the woods which is then a straight path to the Eurohub. When you come out of the woods and onto the road, turn right and there is a pathway through the trees on the left hand side.

Once you find the pathway at the Eurohub you are only a few minutes away from Tescos. Follow the pathway over the bridge and then down under the railway lines. This will bring you out at the back of Tescos.