Gearing up for major bin collection changes this summer
People living in Daventry District are encouraged to find out more about major changes to their waste and recycling collections launching this summer.
The new 123+ waste and recycling collection service will start in June 2018, delivered by Daventry Norse, a new joint venture between Daventry District Council (DDC) and Norse Commercial Services Ltd.
From June 2018 households in Daventry District will receive:
The changes are being introduced as Daventry District cannot afford to carry on with its current waste and recycling service, both environmentally and financially. Changing black bin collections from fortnightly to three-weekly will help encourage more recycling and reduce the money spent on treating and disposing of rubbish.
The Council will also be improving the recycling service to help residents slim their bins, introducing a new wheelie bin for mixed recycling that provides more space over two weeks than the current recycling boxes collected weekly.
It is likely that collection days will change for households from June 2018 in order to introduce the new service arrangements across the District. Further details will be provided to all households nearer to the time, including an information pack and new calendar.
We are pleased to confirm that the NAB Mobile Unit will be operating in MARCH 2018 , located Daventry Town Centre, Near SHOPMOBILITY, New Street DAVENTRY on Wednesday March 21st 2018 between 10.00qam and 1.00pm
Funds are available to assist persons aged less than 25 years and who are resident within the parishes of Brixworth and Scaldwell.
Cash grants are available to any qualifying person for use for educational purposes.
Grants have been made to assist in the purchase of school uniform, books and course materials, musical instruments, computer equipment and may also be available towards the cost of travelling expenses linked to an educational venture including school trips.
Any person who wishes to apply for a grant should either pick up an application form from the Library in Brixworth or from the Information Service located within the library building on Spratton Road. Alternatively an application form and any further details about the Charity can be obtained from the clerk to the trustees, Ursula Morris who can be contacted on on 01604 505554 or by email email@example.com.
Trustees meetings are held in March and September where all applications received will be considered.
THE NEXT MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES IS ON 21ST MARCH 2018
The Thomas Roe Foundation
Reg. Charity no 309801
Neighbourhood Alert is the messaging service run by Northamptonshire Police and was formerly known as Community Connect. It has been re-launched under the name Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert and now has greater functionality than previously, allowing our frontline police officers to send alert messages direct from their mobile devices to thousands of local people. They will be able to do this in real-time while they are out and about policing the county.
The alert service is free and simple to activate by registering at www.northamptonshireneighbourhoodalert.co.uk and is available to anyone living or working in Northamptonshire.
After signing up to the messaging system, people will receive regular alerts from Northamptonshire Police, Neighbourhood Watch and other partner organisations, keeping them up to date and informed about crime, and issues relevant to them and the area where they live or work.
Alerts are received either by email, text message or voice message – whichever suits. People will also be given the option of what they want to receive alerts about, and how often – they will only receive messages about topics they have selected.
Many of our Neighbourhood officers and Response teams have been trained to use the alert system and are now regularly sending out messages to the public, including; crime alerts, missing person alerts, witness appeals and crime prevention advice.
This alert tool provide us with a really effective way to reach the communities we serve, improving the flow of information and therefore making a greater impact in the prevention and detection of crime and the reduction of anti-social behaviour.
There are already 10,000 local people registered with Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert.
Please visit the website and register.
You can also contact our local PCSOs via Twitter
@sgtsamdobbs (covers Daventry Sector)
@PscoKirsten (covers Daventry Town)
@PcsoPaulHarris (covers Daventry Town)
@PcsoCarlBarton (covers Woodford Halse)
@hutch472 (covers Daventry Rural North)
@PCSOSangster (covers Daventry Rural North)
Daventry District Council will be closing its offices over Christmas and New Year from 23 December until 2 January.
Essential services, such as waste and recycling collections and street cleaning, will continue over Christmas and arrangements will continue to be in place in the event of an emergency.
Daventry District Council’s offices will close as normal at 4.30pm on Friday 22 December, reopening at 9am on Tuesday, 2 January.
The offices in Lodge Road will still be open to visitors of Jobcentre Plus and Northamptonshire County Council’s Children’s and Young People’s Service, which will each operate different working hours over Christmas.
Daventry Leisure Centre, which is owned by DDC and operated by Everyone Active, is not included in the above Council closure arrangements. For centre opening times, visit everyoneactive.com/daventry or call 01327 871144
Daventry Market will take place on Friday, 22 December and Friday, 29 December. There will be no market on Tuesday, 26 December.
The Abbey Resource Centre in St John’s Square, Daventry, will be closed from Saturday 23 December. It will then re-open on Wednesday 27 December, through until Friday 29 December and will close at 5pm each day. The Abbey will also be closed on Tuesday, 2 January 2018.
Copies of the Scaldwell Calendar for 2018 can be bought (or ordered for later collection only) at the Musical Evening on Saturday 18th November at the Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul as well as the Pensioners Christmas dinner on Thursday 7th December.
To purchase please contact:
Christopher Angeloglou (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1 Douglas Meadows, Scaldwell, NN6 9JN
Sue Dodds-Smith (email@example.com)
Home Farm Barn, High Street, Scaldwell, NN6 9JS
Name of Council: Scaldwell Parish Council
Job Title: Parish Clerk
Vacancy Statement: Scaldwell Parish Council has a vacancy for a parish clerk and responsible finance officer.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons, although training will be offered and enthusiasm to learn may be seen as an alternative to formal qualifications. The parish clerk will be responsible for the administration of the business and finances of the council.
The post includes some evening work and occasional attendance at civic functions. The successful applicant would be expected to have, or be prepared to obtain, CiLCA (Certificate in Local Council Administration). He or she must be computer literate, Inc. excel, with good communication skills. Friendly and positive outlooks are essential.
Salary: Salary scale LC1, SCP 15 – 18, £17,072 – £18,070 pa, pro rata.
Hours: 25 hours per month.
Place of work: Work from home.
Please apply in writing to: –
Contact: Mr Eugene O’Leary
Position: Chair, Scaldwell Parish Council
Address: 5 Back Lane, Scaldwell, Northamptonshire, NN6 9JU
Closing date for applications:16th October 2017
Interviews To be held between 19th – 24th October 2017
Did you know that there is a local charity with funds available to persons aged up to 25 years and resident within the parishes of Brixworth and Scaldwell?
Cash grants are available to any qualifying person for use for educational purposes. Grants can be made to assist in the purchase of school uniform, books, course materials, musical instruments and computer equipment and may also be available towards the costs of travelling expenses linked to an educational venture including school trips.
Any person who wishes to apply should either pick up an application form from the Library in Brixworth. Alternatively an application form and any further details about the Charity can be obtained from the Clerk to the Trustees Ursula Morris on 505554 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings of the Trustees are held twice yearly to consider applications. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 27th September 2017
The Thomas Roe Foundation : Reg. Charity no 309801.
Scaldwell Club warmly invites you to the:
Party in the Park
Saturday August 19th
3 pm to 11pm
Location – the Scaldwell Village Park (@the playing field)
The Club will bring two bands, a DJ, a bar selling beer, wine and soft drinks, games for children and more…..
You bring a picnic or snacks (if you want), a smile and….
…some good weather!!
We look forward to seeing you there!