Old Fire Station Drying Tower
The drying tower in the old Fire Station gets a new roof.
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Tue, 29 Nov 2016 22:48 by Linda Carter
The Council has prepared a draft budget for 2017-2018 which shows an increase for the average household (Band D) of £4.98 per year.
If you have any questions or comments please contact the Town Clerk, or call in at the Council Offices. All comments must be received by Monday 12th December so that they can be considered by the Finance & Policy Committee when it sets the proposed budget at its meeting on 19th December 2016. This will then go forward for Council approval on 9th January 2017 More »
Mon, 28 Nov 2016 12:40 by Stephanie Campbell
The first Brackley Christmas Lantern Parade added to this year's Christmas Lights switch-on over the weekend, with 200+ local children lead by Town Mayor Cllr Fiona Baker parading from Brackley Methodist Church to Burgess Square. More »
All the children attended decorating workshops held at the Old Fire Station during the run-up to this magical event which also included lanterns received from our twin town Montabaur in Germany which were paraded by children associated with Brackley European Association. » Less
Mon, 28 Nov 2016 12:30 by Stephanie Campbell
On Saturday 26th November, Town Mayor Councillor Fiona Baker officially opened recently completed pathway works surrounding St. James Lake, Hinton Road, Brackley.
In addition to the pathway a new picnic area has been installed with benches and new information boards will be installed shortly highlighting flora and fauna to be found in and around the surrounding area. More »
After public consultation, funding was obtained for the project from Brackley Vision, South Northants Council and the TESCO Bags of Help initiative. Brackley Town Council also contributed to the project which was undertaken by LockWood Landscapes.
Image shows Town Mayor Councillor Fiona Baker along with SNC Chair Councillor Caryl Billingham and members of the community who came to see the official opening. » Less