Author Archive: Peter Rowbotham

Parish Surgery

This Saturday (August 5th) sees our next Parish Council surgery take place at the Library & Community Centre. Why not pop along and speak to our Parish Councillors about local issues? Councillors Kevin Parker and Caitlin Nicholl will be hosting the Surgery from 10am until noon.

 

Brixworth Conservation Area

Daventry District Council is currently consulting on the Brixworth Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan.

The consultation runs until Monday 4th September 2017.

The plan sets out the special architectural and historic interest of the Brixworth Village Conservation Area and its setting, as well as providing proposals for the enhancement of the conservation area.

View the documents and find out how to comment here : www.daventrydc.gov.uk/ConservationAreas.

Our Annual Accounts

Brixworth Parish Council’s annual return needs to be reviewed by BDO, our external auditor.  Any person interested has the right to inspect the accounting records for the financial year to which the audit relates and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers, and receipts and other documents relating to those records or documents.

These documents are available on reasonable notice by application between 10:00am and 3.00 pm on working days (excluding public holidays), commencing on 3rd July 2017 until 11th August 2017.

If you wish to view these documents, please contact the Parish Clerk direct.

View the Annual Return here 

 

Next Parish Council Surgery

This Saturday (July 1st) sees our next Parish Council surgery take place at the Library & Community  Centre. Why not pop along and speak to our Parish Councillors about local issues? Councillors Kevin Parker and Stephen James will be hosting the Surgery from 10am until noon.

Contacting the Police

If you ever need to contact the Police then you can do so through a variety of routes.

It is important that you call 999 immediately if you are reporting a crime that is in progress or if someone is in immediate danger.

For non-urgent crime you can use the contact channel that is most convenient to  you.

You can call 101 to report crimes that are not an emergency. You can also call 101 to give information to the police or make an enquiry.

You can also contact Northants Police by using an online form. There is a different form for each category of crime.

If you just want information from the Police then you can use the self help web site called ‘Ask the Police’.

Help the Brixworth community keep on top of crime and anti social behaviour. If you see it – report it.