If you missed last year’s Scaldwell Club Treasure Hunt, it will have been a long year of regret and sorrow. But cheer up! The Treasure Hunt has returned and it’s better than ever. Meet at 5pm in your car at the Green on the 7th September for a fun-filled and challenging search for clues in the surrounding countryside. The prize will be….well come along and find out…..
Many Scaldwell residents and friends from the local area came to the Playing Field on Saturday 20th July to enjoy our annual party. Despite the threatening weather, it stayed just dry enough not dampen spirits.
We enjoyed great music from Backbeat and Unpredictable, followed by a lively disco to close out the evening. As always thanks go to the dedicated Club committee plus many other helpers who set the field up, ran the bar, and then turned up on Sunday morning to do a lot of clearing up.
We have a new library in Scaldwell but with a difference! As you enter the church you will find right by the door a great selection of fiction and non-fiction; everything from medieval romance to the SAS via a Dick Francis or two.
The difference is that we have no library cards, no due return dates or stern librarians telling you to be quiet. Help yourself to as many books as you like and, if you want to keep them, be our guest. Open every day during daylight hours. Happy Reading !
New recycling bins are being delivered to households across Daventry District in preparation for changes to the collection service this summer.
The blue-lidded wheelie bins will replace the red and blue recycling boxes from 4 June, removing the need for residents to separate their recyclables and providing extra space to recycle large cardboard.
They are being delivered to nearly 38,000 households over the course of the next five weeks ahead of the new 1-2-3+ Collection Service, which is being introduced by Daventry District Council (DDC) and its new environmental services partner Daventry Norse.
Anyone who does not receive their new bin by 31 May should contact DDC by emailing email@example.com or phoning 01327 871100. Residents who do not receive a bin within two days of their neighbours receiving theirs should also get in touch with the Council.
People should continue to use their old recycling boxes until the last collection before the new service starts on 4 June.
It is not planned to collect the boxes after the switchover. Once washed out they can be put to a range of different uses, or alternatively taken to a household waste recycling centre.
Collected fortnightly, the new blue-lidded bins will give people more space for recycling over two weeks than the current weekly box collections, and will help stop items getting wet or blowing away.
They form part of the new 1-2-3+ Collection Service, which will comprise:
More details about the new service, including information about changes to collection days, will be sent out to households in the coming weeks.
For more information, visit www.daventrydc.gov.uk/binchange