War Memorial and Flats
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.
Neighbourhood Watch have had reports that there are people going door to door selling cloths and other sundry items, and some have claimed that this is on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch.
Neighbourhood Watch in Northants do not do this, and do not support any organisations doing this on our behalf.
This is a tactic often used in Distraction Burglary. and Neighbourhood Watch have reports of these people also gaining access to property. More »
These incidents have been reported to the Police.
If you believe that a cold caller is not genuine, then please call the police on 999 as this is a potential crime in progress.
Please warn your neighbours, especially the more vulnerable members of your community.
If you see something suspicious then call 101
Posted: Tue, 14 Sep 2021 11:10 by Emma Gibson
Last Night at the Proms
On Saturday 25 September 2021 at 7.30pm the award-winning Northampton Male Voice Choir (NMVC) together with the GUS Band and special guest soprano soloist Emily Haig will present its annual concert "The Last Night of the Proms" conducted by its charismatic musical director, Stephen Bell. Watch out! When Stephen's about - absolutely anything can (and often does) happen!
With a mixture of Last Night favourites for you to sing along to we bring you a fantastic range of music from Ron Goodwin's 633 Squadron to a rousing selection of songs from NMVC and a Last Night sing-a-long with Emily Haig including favourites such as Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory. Audience participation will be essential. More »
A night simply bursting with music. Not to be missed!!
The concert venue is the Spinney Theatre, Spinney Hill Road, Northampton, NN3 6DG
Tickets are available from choir members, online from www.ticketsource.co.uk/nmvc/t-gqlllk
or from David Walsh on 01604 831455
NMVC website: https://www.nmvc.co.uk
NMVC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWCKnjss8p1LrO1NonSf0KQ
Follow NMVC on FaceBook, Twitter and Instagram
For Emily Haig see www.emilyhaigsoprano.co.uk
Posted: Fri, 10 Sep 2021 10:19 by Emma Gibson
Overview and Scrutiny Work Programmes – Suggestions for Review
West Northamptonshire Council's Overview and Scrutiny Committees are asking for people to submit their ideas about what the Committees should investigate over the next twelve months. The Council has three Overview and Scrutiny Committees: Corporate Scrutiny Committee which scrutinises strategic priorities, the budget and customer services; People Scrutiny Committee which scrutinises social care, health and wellbeing, education, housing and communities; and Place Scrutiny Committee which scrutinises the environment, transport and highways, the local economy and community safety. The Committees can look into any issue affecting residents or the area of West Northamptonshire, and ideas do not need to be related to Council services. More »
Overview and Scrutiny Councillors welcome and encourage members of the public who live or work in the West Northamptonshire to get involved in Scrutiny. To take part : click here , visit https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WNCscrutiny or email us by 5pm on Monday 27 September 2021.
Any topics that the Committees decide to include in their work programmes might be subject to an investigation, called a 'scrutiny review'. The outcome of any review will be contained in a final report with recommendations for the appropriate organisation(s).
The outcome of any review will be contained in a final report with recommendations for the appropriate organisation(s).
Issues that Overview and Scrutiny within West Northamptonshire have previously looked include:
- Health provisions in relation to Section 106 Agreement
- Transport in relation to Section 106 Agreement
- Western Power
- The external perception of delegated authority to refuse planning permission
- Protecting Daventry's vision
- The Council's response to Covid-19
- Food Poverty
- Gangs and Knife Crime
- Development and delivery of the Council budget
- Children's social worker recruitment and retention
- Operation of highway services
Suggestions for review must meet the following criteria:
- Affect a group or community of people (Scrutiny will not usually look at individual service complaints)
- Relate to a service, event or issue in which the Council has a significant stake
- Not be an issue which Overview and Scrutiny has considered during the last 12 months. However, West Northamptonshire Council was newly formed on 1 April 2021 therefore, for the inaugural Work Programmes this does not apply
- Not be a planning issue or other matter dealt with by another Council Committee, except where the issue relates to a process.
Overview and Scrutiny supports the Council's priorities and underpinning commitments and a lot of scrutiny work is developed around these priorities. The work of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee and its Task and Finish Groups have no decision making powers but make recommendations for consideration by Cabinet or full Council. Their work means that they:-
- Contribute to policy development and help develop major plans and strategies for West Northamptonshire
- Hold the Cabinet to account for its decisions
- Examine matters of wider public interest
- Conduct reviews of public bodies that are external to the Council
- Review services of the Council
- Ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the Council
- Carry out joint work with partners during the same review process
If you have any queries or need any help, please contact Democratic Services democraticservices.westnorthant.gov.uk.
We very much look forward to receiving your suggestions for topics for the Scrutiny Committees to consider including within their Work Programmes.
We can confirm that you will be notified of what the Work Programmes consist of when they are finalised.
Councillor Dermot Bambridge Councillor Rosie Herring Councillor Danielle Stone
Chair, Place Scrutiny Committee Chair, People Scrutiny Committee Chair, Corporate Scrutiny Committee » Less
Posted: Fri, 10 Sep 2021 10:15 by Emma Gibson