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    Tower Cottage

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    War Memorial and Flats

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    Poppies in the oilseed rape

Welcome to the East Haddon Parish Council website. The Parish Council works hard to make East Haddon a great place to live. Our website contains information about what we do and how we conduct our business. Use the search box or browse the site to find what you're looking for. If you can't see what you need then please contact us.

This website is here as a village and community site so that it can be central place for people to find out what is happening in our village. If there are any groups in the village who would like to be included in this, or you run something that benefits the village and would like to update the "Latest News" section then please contact us. Anything that you would like to be posted should be village orientated and not advertising, and will be at the website administrators' discretion.

Latest News

Say hello to WNC customer service team

WNC Customer Service Teams visit locations across West Northamptonshire on a monthly basis, offering advice and guidance to residents on a range of issues.

Sessions coming up this month include:

 Brackley Library (Manor Road, NN13 6AJ): Fri 25 Nov from 10am to midday.

 Doddridge Centre (St James Road, Northampton, NN5 5LD): Weds 7 Dec from 3pm to 5pm.

 Hunsbury Library (Overslade Close, Northampton, NN4 0RZ): Thurs 17 November 1pm to 4pm. More »

 Moulton Community Centre (Moulton Reedings, NN3 7AX): Fri 25 Nov from 10am to midday.

 Weston Favell Library (Weston Favell Centre, NN3 8JZ): Fri 11 Nov from 2.30pm to 3pm.

 Brixworth Library (Spratton Road, NN6 9DS) Tues 22 Nov from 10am to midday.

Visit our monthly Drop-in Sessions webpage to find out more. Monthly drop-in sessions | West Northamptonshire Council (westnorthants.gov.uk) » Less

Posted: Tue, 08 Nov 2022 11:35 by Emma Gibson

New cost of living support hub is launched

West Northants Council has launched new online support hub and phoneline to help residents find help during the ongoing cost of living crisis. The webpage is designed to be easy to navigate and contains lots of information on accessing grants, money and debt advice, government funding, wellbeing tips and links to local community organisations. The drop-down options are tailored to specific users and aim to make the information quick to find and easily accessible, without the need to scroll for a long period of time. Residents can also find tips to help keep daily costs down, and a directory of Warm Welcoming Spaces –community buildings offering people in need a comforting place to keep warm and enjoy a little company. For those who prefer to talk to someone on the phone, our customer services team is available between the hours of 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday to offer support and advice. We understand it can be difficult for people to find out what support is available, so we have worked closely with partners to create a central hub of information to help with this. If you aware of someone who is struggling - we are here to help. Please ask them to pick up the phone or get in touch so we can help them through this. Visit the Cost of Living Support Hub online or phone 0300 126 7000.

Posted: Tue, 08 Nov 2022 11:33 by Emma Gibson

Christmas waste and recycling arrangements

With the festive season fast approaching, our WNC is advising residents of the arrangements for waste and recycling collections over the Christmas and New Year period. Waste and recycling collection crews will be working throughout the festive season to make sure services are delivered on time and with no delays.

Here are some of the key messages for residents:

 Waste and recycling collection days in the South Northamptonshire and Northampton areas will not change over Christmas and New Year. More »

 Collections in the Daventry area which are due to take place on Monday 26 December, will be collected on Saturday 24 December instead.

 Garden waste collections will be suspended from 24 December until 6 January across West Northants. Real tree collections Crews will collect real Christmas trees on the weeks beginning 9 and 20 January. Residents in the Daventry and South Northants areas should put real Christmas trees on day that garden waste is due to be collected in their area. You do not need a garden waste subscription. In the Northampton area real trees should be put out next to recycling bins, and those on sack collections can present trees beside their recycling boxes and green sacks on their collection day. Please ensure any trees over 6ft tall are cut in a half, so they will fit into our lorries safely.

Additional recycling: Additional recycling can be put out in clear or plastic bags alongside recycling bins and boxes, or can also be taken to the nearest Household Waste Recycling Centre. These are open as usual throughout the festive period except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, when they will be closed. Centres will also close early on Christmas Eve, at 2pm.

Find out more People can find out more information about waste and recycling collections here Bins, recycling and waste | West Northamptonshire Council (westnorthants.gov.uk) » Less

Posted: Tue, 08 Nov 2022 11:31 by Emma Gibson