News published January 2019
Primary schools invited to attend a one-stop-shop for safety awareness
Northampton Community Safety Partnership are working together to host a one-stop-shop safety awareness event at The Deco Theatre on Wednesday 6 February.
Traditional Chinese entertainment to welcome in the Year of the Pig
Chinese dance, face mask changing and lion dancing are just a few of the highlights visitors can expect at this year’s Chinese New Year celebrations.
Northampton Severe Weather shelter reopened
Northampton’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) is being activated for rough sleepers again this weekend due to Met Office prediction of sub-zero temperatures.
Event to showcase local services and support
An event showcasing local community and voluntary support services will help to launch the 2019/20 Partnership Grant Fund application period.
Council agree to charge for the collection of abandoned shopping trolleys
Plans for introducing a charge for the collection and storage of abandoned shopping trolleys were agreed at a Northampton Borough Council Cabinet meeting on Wednesday 16 January.
Looking forward to the year ahead
2019 is set to be an exciting year for Northampton Borough Council, with some major projects underway and a packed events calendar.
Borough Council opens consultation to protect Derngate and Barrack Road conservation areas
Northampton residents are invited to share their views on the draft appraisals and management plans for two existing conservation areas in the town.
Northampton severe weather shelter to be launched this week
Northampton’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) is being activated this week in response to the Met Office forecast of sub-zero overnight temperatures from Thursday night.
Events to remember the Holocaust
A civic ceremony and community event are set to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in Northampton on Monday, 28 January 2019.
Eleanor Cross contract out to tender
Northampton Borough Council’s consultants are out to tender for a contract to carry out repair and conservation work on the town’s Eleanor Cross.