Posted: Thu, 23 Jun 2022 15:49 by John Scott
Many of West Northamptonshire Council's services will be closed from Christmas Day and will reopen as normal from 9am on Tuesday, 4th January.
Bin collections, children's services, social care and registration service are operating as normal during the Christmas week along with emergency arrangements such as homelessness and housing repairs.
Don't forget you can continue to access a range of services... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 23 Nov 2021 11:52 by John Scott
West Northants Council have issued plans for the development of 65,000 new homes in the area.
The Parish Council has also created an information page on this website, which will go "live" in the next few days, click on the link below.
Posted: Thu, 18 Nov 2021 14:19 by John Scott
We are urging everyone to consider others in their community this bonfire night and visit a professionally staged event.
November 5 is one of several dates that cause anxiety for a large number of people, particularly pet owners whose furry friends are terrified of fireworks.
However everyone chooses to celebrate the event, some noise is inevitable so we would also like to encourage pet owners to follow... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 03 Nov 2021 09:03 by John Scott
RESIDENTS URGED TO COMPLETE CANVASS FORMS AHEAD OF DOOR KNOCKING
Residents who have not completed their annual canvass form are being reminded to do so to avoid a visit from one of West Northamptonshire Council's canvassers.
In August this year forms were sent to every household in West Northants as part of the annual individual voter registration canvass.
Not every household was required to respond,... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 01 Nov 2021 14:25 by John Scott
West Northamptonshire Council and their environmental services contractors are encouraging residents to not let the ghost of waste haunt their Halloween.
Recycling is no trick, but it is a real treat for the planet and residents are urged to make sustainable choices, recycle and get creative by making costumes that won't spook the planet. They could have a look around the wardrobe or the loft to see... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 26 Oct 2021 09:33 by John Scott
People planning Bonfire Night or Diwali celebrations are being urged to exercise caution if buying fireworks.
West Northamptonshire Council's Trading Standards team is reminding people to buy only from licensed sellers, and to avoid the temptation to pick up cheap fireworks from the back of a van, a market stall, or on social media.
All fireworks sold in the UK must carry the CE or UKCA mark and come... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 26 Oct 2021 09:32 by John Scott