News published May 2018
Borough Council outlines plans for Local Government Reform
Northampton Borough Council will outline its plans for Local Government Reform at a Full Council meeting on Monday, 4 June.
Community Week of Action in St James
A week of community activities are planned in St James at the beginning of June, to bring people together and help clean up the area.
All aboard for Transport Day
Northampton Museums and Art Gallery are holding a Transport Day on Saturday, 2 June, between 1pm and 5pm at Abington Park Museum.
Commemorating Oak Apple Day in Northampton 2018
Oak Apple Day will be commemorated in Northampton with a special thanksgiving ceremony at 11.30am on Tuesday, 29 May, at All Saints’ Church.
Residents invited to meet the new waste and recycling teams
Residents are invited to find out more about the new environmental services contract during two awareness events on Wednesday 30 and Thursday 31 May.
Historic England to help grant-aid urgent repairs to Northampton’s Eleanor Cross
Historic England will contribute towards urgent conservation work on Northampton’s Eleanor Cross.
Royal wedding to be marked with tree planting
The Mayor Elect of Northampton, Councillor Tony Ansell, will be planting a tree in Abington Park on Saturday,19 May, to mark the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Make some noise to support International Day Against Homophobia
Residents are being invited to come together at the Guildhall on Thursday, 17 May to join activities in support of International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO).
Northampton’s new Mayor to be welcomed at Guildhall ceremony
A ceremony to welcome Northampton’s new Mayor into office will take place at the Guildhall on Thursday, 17 May.
Scrutiny panels decided for this year
Homelessness and rough sleepers, the relocation of the University of Northampton into the town centre and Northampton post unitary will be investigated by scrutiny panels during 2018/2019.