Town Mayor Cllr Chris Cartmell officially received the keys to a new tractor for Brackley Town Council this week. The McCormick Tractor, supplied by local company M-Trac Ltd will greatly assist the Council's Grounds Team to effectively maintain the ever growing amount of green and open spaces within our town.
Funded by s106 developer contributions, this new addition to the fleet, will work alongside... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 23 Sep 2020 13:00 by Stephanie Campbell
Stagecoach revised the timetable for Route 500 - Brackley to Banbury on 1st September 2020. Some revisions have been made to take school terms and C19 restrictions into consideration. Visit Stagecoach for all information about service updates.
Posted: Wed, 23 Sep 2020 11:29 by Stephanie Campbell
Highways England are to commence essential road works on A43 Southbound at Whitfield from 28th September 2020 for approximately 3 months.
Further information attached and as follows. For all planned and live works follow www.roadworks.org
Posted: Mon, 21 Sep 2020 09:13 by Stephanie Campbell
Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire (VIN) - Survey for all Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Community Groups
Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire (VIN) has recently started to send out a GAP Analysis Survey about the VCSE sector in Northamptonshire. The link is below and I would be grateful if you could send this to any community contacts or community organisations that you know of. The more responses we get the better the picture of what the sector might look like in 12 months.
Posted: Fri, 18 Sep 2020 11:16 by Stephanie Campbell
Calling all business owners and proprietors ...
South Northamptonshire Council has created free to download materials to support the safe re-opening of businesses and community spaces.
These materials can be downloaded from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) : Support for Employers and Employees section on the Council website where you can also follow links to help and advice.
Posted: Thu, 17 Sep 2020 11:09 by Stephanie Campbell
September 13-19th is global mitochondrial disease awareness week. Mitochondrial disease is the most commonly inherited neurometabolic disease of childhood. It is incurable and life limiting to those affected.
In support, the Town Hall will be illuminated green this week. to highlight awareness.
Posted: Tue, 15 Sep 2020 13:15 by Stephanie Campbell
Brackley Neighbourhood Watch are an active group offering help, advice and strategies to help prevent burglaries, doorstep scams and other potential crimes within our residential areas.
Unexpected cold callers can be un-nerving to many, especially our most vulnerable residents. One way to help combat and prevent cold-callers is to display a NO COLD CALLER sticker. These are available by email request... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 11 Sep 2020 13:35 by Stephanie Campbell
South Northants Council backs new Green Homes Grant scheme offering up to £5,000 for home improvements
Vouchers worth up to £5,000 will be issued to eligible homeowners across South Northamptonshire to make their homes more energy efficient under a new government scheme being launched at the end of September.
South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) is encouraging eligible homeowners to apply to the Green Homes Grant scheme, which could help pay for environmentally-friendly home improvements such as... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 10 Sep 2020 11:40 by Stephanie Campbell
Northamptonshire County Council has launched a consultation on the Northampton Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan and is seeking views from the public.
The Northampton Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan supports an ambition for Northampton to become a leading centre for active travel, which fully embraces walking and cycling. The document outlines the walking and cycling measures... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 10 Sep 2020 09:47 by Stephanie Campbell
Northamptonshire County Council (NCC), and all our partners who are working together on the coronavirus pandemic, want to hear from members of our communities.
We want to gather feedback to understand your views on the spread of coronavirus in the county and to identify what might be helping or stopping people from following guidance.
We will ask you about getting tested, about social distancing (keeping... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 09 Sep 2020 09:24 by Stephanie Campbell