Old Fire Station
St. James Lake
Town Hall restored
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Posted: Sat, 11 May 2019 17:00 by Stephanie Campbell
Today, Saturday 11th May 2019 at the Annual Meeting of Brackley Town Council, Councillor Anthony Bagot-Webb was elected Town Mayor of Brackley for the ensuing year.
During his Mayoral address, Councillor Bagot-Webb presented the Past Mayor's Jewell to Councillor Mark Morrell. More »
Councillor Bagot-Webb appointed his wife, Mrs Kareen Bagot-Webb to be his Mayoress for the ensuing year.
Councillor Christopher Cartmell was elected Deputy Town Mayor for Brackley, who appointed The Deputy Town Mayor's Mayoress Mrs Jane Cartmell.
The Rev Patricia Olivent-Hayes was appointed as Chaplain to the Town Mayor for the coming year. » Less
Posted: Thu, 02 May 2019 14:30 by Stephanie Campbell
Programme for hearings into South Northants Local Plan published
The programme for the public hearings on the South Northamptonshire Local Plan has been published.
Hearings start on Tuesday, 11 June, will run until Friday, 21 June and will be held in the Council Chamber at Forum, Moat Lane in Towcester. More »
The hearings are held in public, but only those who have already submitted written representation to the Local Plan may register to speak.
The deadline to register to participate and to submit any further written documentation is midday on Wednesday, 29 May.
All correspondence including request to speak during the hearing must be sent to the programme officer: Miny Schofield, Programme Officer, C/O Planning Policy, South Northamptonshire Council, The Forum, Moat Lane, Towcester, NN12 6AD or firstname.lastname@example.org. » Less
Posted: Thu, 02 May 2019 14:23 by Stephanie Campbell
The early birds can save money on holiday activities
Parents and guardians will have just six days to take advantage of a 10 per cent discount on the May half-term holiday activity programme for children run by South Northamptonshire Council. More »
Once again the programme, which is tailored for five to 15-year-old's, will take place at Magdalen College School in Brackley and the Towcester Centre for Leisure and includes a mixture of sports, arts, crafts and games.
The programme takes place between Tuesday, 28 and Friday, 31 May 2019.
Full day sessions cost £19.80 and run from 8:45am until 5pm while the half day sessions end at 3pm and cost £15.60.
Booking lines open on Tuesday, 7 May and the 10 per cent early bird discounts ends Sunday, 12 May.