EXTON PARISH COUNCIL
There were nine nominations for nine positions on the Parish Council so all were elected unopposed. Two new councillors join the council, David Healey and John Pitts. Details of all the Councillors can be found on the Parish Councillors page. The Annual Parish Meeting which is open to all villagers will take place on 12th May at 7.00 in the Village Hall. To see the agenda go to the Meetings page.
Exton Day is happening again this year on Bank Holiday Monday 25th May. For further details go to the News page.
Welcome to Exton and Horn Parish website
Welcome to the website for Exton village and Exton and Horn Parish Council.
In March 2015 it was agreed that the parishes of Exton and Horn would be merged and served by one parish council. Horn did not have a parish council prior to this as most of the original village has long since disappeared, though the parish contains a few houses mainly around Horn Mill.
Exton is one of the most beautiful villages in Rutland with an ancient village green at its heart. Around it stand the eighteenth century Fox and Hounds pub and a number of lovely old cottages.
On this site you will find information about Exton and Horn Parish Council together with pages on the history of the village, the Parish Church and other useful information about the village and the surrounding area.
If you have an item of news or photos to put on the site please email Paul Taylor
We are always looking for pictures of Exton village and Exton events for our gallery and the best ones will be placed on our home page.
Also if you have any historical pictures we could publish please pass them on. Look at the latest additions in the Gallery.
If you wish to leave feedback or comment on our website please go to the Guestbook page.
- Panel layout draft 1 (PDF, 1.4 Mb)
To see a brief history of Exton as shown on the Heritage Trail Panel on the village green click on the link above
Map of Exton
Exton from Google Earth
4 Blacksmiths Lane
Enquries about Exton history
Please do not contact the Parish Clerk if you have enquries about the history of Exton or family connections to the village.
Please contact Exton History Group at email@example.com
- Parish Council Financial Information
- Walking around Exton
- Exton newsletter
Exton newsletter is circulated to Exton residents once a month. To view the latest edition look here.
- Exton village school
- Your MP and MEPs
Contact details for your MP and MEPs
- Villagers for Exton Church
- Exton Park
Link to Exton Park website
- Food and drink
Places to eat and drink in Exton Parish