Old Fire Station
Picnic Area situated at St James Lake
Town Hall restored
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Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 12:57 by Kathy Hale
Brackley Town Council's staff have continued to work throughout the Coronavirus situation even though our office has been closed. The office staff have been working from home and the grounds staff have been following social distancing guidelines and have continued with all outdoor works. More »
Following the recent government guidelines and having undertaken a risk assessment for the office, the decision has been made to keep it closed temporarily. We will review this regularly and keep you informed.
Our venues will also remain closed because of the restrictions still in place. However, we are able to offer wedding ceremonies again (for up to 30 people) and venue viewings for future occasions or wedding ceremonies at any of our venues from 6 July 2020 by appointment.
You can contact us via email, phone, Website or Facebook. We are able to offer socially distanced one-to-one appointments if necessary.
Telephone: 01280 702441
Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 09:03 by Kathy Hale
We are pleased to announce our play areas and outdoor gym equipment will all be open by midday on Monday 6 July. Our grounds team will begin first thing and do safety checks and put up the required signage. More »
As there is no practical or effective way of cleaning the equipment, please ensure you maintain good hand washing practices and use sanitizer. Users are advised to wipe equipment with suitable sanitizing wipes before use - it is down to you to manage your own risk.
Everyone that uses our play areas and/or outdoor gym equipment must maintain social distancing and follow the advice on the signage and in the Government guidelines.
The areas will be monitored and if the guidelines and advice is not following we may be forced to close the areas and equipment again.
Thank you for your help support and understanding during these unprecedented times. » Less
Posted: Thu, 18 Jun 2020 13:45 by Stephanie Campbell
Emergency food parcels for distribution to families and individuals in need continue to be collected from the FareShare/SOFEA Community Food Larder warehouse in Milton Keynes.
Starting this week, members from ABILITY (Northants) Community Transport will collect from Milton Keynes on our behalf, for which we are very grateful. Once delivered, our team will continue deliveries to Brackley recipients (approximately 45 boxes) and co-ordinate collection/deliveries to Parishes each week. More »
Since Brackley Town Council became involved with this initiative, more than 4,000 FareShare food boxes have been collected and delivered to Brackley for onward distribution.
To find out more about Ability (Northants) Community Transport visit https://abilitycic.org.uk/our-scheme/