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27 November 2020Online exhibitions will showcase conservation plans

Online exhibitions will showcase conservation plans  

People can learn about plans to protect the historic interest of a number of parishes across Daventry District during a series of online exhibitions.  

The sessions are being held as part of reviews of the conservation areas in Badby, Creaton, Great Brington, Preston Capes and Hellidon. There will also be exhibitions on proposals to designate new conservation areas in Clipston and Long Buckby.  

Residents of the parishes involved, or anyone else with an interest in their history and heritage, are welcome to join the exhibitions, which will be held over the online video conferencing facility Zoom.  

All of the sessions listed below run from 6.30pm until 7.30pm:  

Wednesday 2 December: Badby  

Monday 7 December: Creaton  

Tuesday 8 December: Great Brington  

Wednesday 9 December: Preston Capes  

Monday 14 December: Hellidon  

Tuesday 15 December: Clipston  

Wednesday 16 December: Long Buckby  

More information about the proposals for each parish, together with details of how to join the meetings can be found at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/conservationareas  

The page also includes instructions for submitting questions to the exhibitions, which must be done in advance.   

People can also submit their views on the proposals by emailing heritage@daventrydc.gov.uk or by writing to Rhian Morgan, Heritage Policy Officer, Local Strategy Service, Daventry District Council, Lodge Road, Daventry, NN11 4FP.  

Paper copies of the proposals for a specific parish can be obtained by emailing heritage@daventrydc.gov.uk or phoning 01327 871100.  

The deadline for comments is 5pm on Monday 18 January.  

The consultations for Badby and Creaton are being run for a second time after being disrupted by the lockdown in March. Comments from that consultation are being carried forward, so anyone who submitted views last time does not need to do so again.  

The consultations have been launched by DDC as part of a wider review of the District’s conservation areas - places considered worthy of preservation or enhancement because of their special architectural or historic interest. 

Designation as a conservation area puts in place tighter planning controls for anyone seeking permission to alter or demolish a building, or carry out work to trees, in order to maintain the special interest of the area.  

The review aims to ensure that the District’s conservation areas are fit for purpose. It looks at whether their boundaries should be changed and whether further controls should be introduced within them.  

More information is available at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/conservationareas  

18 November 2020Road Closure - Three Bridges Road, Long Buckby Wharf

Northamptonshire Highways are requiring to carry out structure repairs to Surney Bridge on Three Bridges Road in Long Buckby Wharf.  To undertake these works safely will require that the road is closed for one day on the 18th December 2020.

The diversion route can be shown by clicking on the link below:

17 November 2020Message from Lucy Wightman, Director of Public Health, Northamptonshire County Council

Dear Residents,

I am writing to you directly, as we enter the winter period, to inform you of the current situation relating to Coronavirus in Northamptonshire and specifically the areas in which you live. I’m also hoping to share some key tips to help you and your families stay safe during the winter period and how to access support if you need to self-isolate, if you become unwell, or if you require help with shopping, medication or loneliness.

We are currently seeing the largest rise in cases in Northamptonshire since the first national lockdown. Positive cases range across all age groups, but significantly are largest in the age groups from 10-59. We know that these age groups are amongst the most sociable, go to school, university or work, and may be involved in the care of others, children and/or older people.

Worryingly, we are also seeing a rise in cases amongst those aged over 60. This age group is the group that are most likely to become severely unwell should they get Coronavirus, they may need to stay in hospital and sadly, as we are starting to see once again, more of this age group are likely to die from the virus.

Transmission can easily spread within families, especially where children and parents mix with grandparents and particularly in indoor settings. Whilst we recognise the importance of social interaction, we would recommend that if you have to work with or care for someone who is older or more vulnerable, or if you ordinarily mix with grandparents, that you consider reducing your social contacts elsewhere, or move your interactions with those older, more vulnerable contacts to an online format where possible during the winter period.

The introduction of recent national lockdown guidance will help us to reduce community transmission of the virus. Community transmission is where the virus spreads in households with people mixing in indoor spaces in particular. We would recommend that where anyone enters your home, or you theirs, for example for childcare purposes, that everyone wears a face covering, maintains a two metre social distance, and keeps interactions as short as possible.  Continue to wash your hands regularly and clean any surfaces or contact points such as door handles, cupboard handles and taps.

If you have any concerns about whether you may have COVID-19, how to get a test, how to get more support for someone who is vulnerable or the current guidance and what you can and cannot do, visit the County Council website. The link to the website is below.

We all need to work hard to ensure that case numbers reduce in our local area, to ensure that we keep the people we love safe, and so that we can return to a more normal way of living as soon as possible when the national measures come to an end. We are all in this together and all of our actions contribute to the outcomes we face. Let’s continue to work together, to wash our hands regularly, to wear our face coverings and to keep two metres from others.

Lucy Wightman

Director of Public Health, Northamptonshire County Council

17 November 2020Parish Council Meeting - Monday 23rd November 2020

The next Meeting of Long Buckby Parish Council will be held on Monday 23rd November 2020 at 7:30pm on Zoom.

Meeting ID: 872 9816 7791           Password: 206124

For those without the internet, you can dial in from any phone 0203 481 5240 

The link to the meeting can be accessed below.

Please be advised that members of the public attending the meeting will have the audio muted during the meeting.  If you wish to speak during public time, please contact the Clerk, Sue Porter, in advance of the meeting.

A copy of the Agenda for the Planning Meeting is available to view here

A copy of the Agenda for the Precept Meeting is available to view here

Everyone welcome to attend.

12 November 2020Grass Verges Mowing Contract

LONG BUCKBY PARISH COUNCIL

Tenders are invited for the contract for work of

GRASS VERGES MOWING

Contractors are invited to quote for the grass-mowing of the verges within Long Buckby Parish, together with Long Buckby Wharf, for a three year contract commencing 1st January 2021.

For details apply to: -

Clerk to the Council, 3 Packwood Close, Middlemore, Daventry, Northants, NN11 8AJ

Or

Telephone: 01327 301570

Email: longbuckbyparishcouncil@yahoo.com

Closing date for all tenders to be received Monday 7th December 2020

11 November 2020Job Vacancy - Clarecroft Day Nursery

Nursery Nurse/ Nursery Assistant required for Busy Village Day Nursery

Monday to Friday for 40 hours per week,

Applicants must have an understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage and how to implement this

Work effectively as part of a team

A qualification in Early Years and at least a year experience working in early years in preferred

We are committed to safeguarding and successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

For more information please contact us on 01327 844474 or email CV to admin@clarecroft.co.uk

10 November 2020Daventry Volunteer Centre - Update

*COVID-19 Update – November 2020*

In response to the new, national COVID-19 restrictions that begin this month, Daventry Volunteer Centre will continue to provide emergency response and support to people isolating and those vulnerable to the effects of the pandemic. With our fantastic team of COVID-19 volunteers, we are available to help people without a support network in our area with prescription delivery, shopping trips, telephone befriending and other ad-hoc tasks that will help them live safely and feel connected to their community.

To enquire about emergency response support please contact us on 01327 300614 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm).

Unfortunately, many of our projects are having to pause again or change their working, including:

The New Street Café, our community Café for older people, will be paused for the duration of the new restrictions.

The New Street Centre meeting hall will be closed to groups for the duration.

Our Happy@Home project will continue to offer telephone befriending and support as part of our COVID-19 emergency response. Home visits remain paused.

Our Building Better Opportunities programme will continue to offer support to existing participants and be open for new enquiries regarding employment support.

The Daventry District Timebank will be co-ordinated at distance with regular contact made between Timebank members.

We will continue to be here for our community through this time of uncertainty.

If you would like to volunteer as part of our COVID-19 response, please do get in touch by telephone or via the website: www.daventryvolunteers.org.uk.

 

09 November 2020Survey on proposed Armed Forces Community Hubs across Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire County Council is working with local partners to develop ‘Armed Forces Community Hubs’ across Northamptonshire for members of the Armed Forces community (those currently serving, Reservists, Veterans and family members).

The proposed Armed Forces Community Hubs would provide a warm and welcoming place where any member of the Armed Forces community could for advice, help and comradeship - all free to access and attend. The Hubs would also offer activities such as walking groups and of course refreshments.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we would also like to develop interactive virtual Hubs that would offer the next best thing. The virtual Hubs will allow people to chat to each other and with local community groups. Plus, we are teaming up with Adult Learning to offer online training courses such as Healthy Eating on a Budget for Families and Emotional Resilience as well as links to partner organisations. We intend to offer support and training in order for people to develop their digital skills and thus be able to access the virtual Hubs.

We would like to request your help by asking if you could complete the Armed Forces Community Hubs survey.

Give Us Your Views

Please give us your views by completing our online survey.

We are keen to hear from members of the Armed Forces community, but welcome views from those in the wider community.

This survey closes at midnight on Friday 20 November 2020.

09 November 2020Public consultation on proposed changes to Local Council Tax Reduction Schemes in West Northamptonshire

Public consultation on proposed changes to Local Council Tax Reduction Schemes in West Northamptonshire 

Public consultation on the proposals for the new Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme (LCTRS) for West Northamptonshire will go live for a six-week period, beginning on Monday 2nd November, until midnight on Sunday 13th December 2020. The final scheme will be agreed by the West Shadow Executive Committee on 26th January 2021.

Residents and stakeholders across Daventry, Northampton and South Northamptonshire, along with countywide stakeholders, will be invited to have their say on the proposed changes to the LCTRS.
The schemes provide a reduction for working-age people and households on low incomes, to help them pay their council tax bill. There are individual schemes in place for Daventry, Northampton and South Northamptonshire, which are administered by the councils in each area. 

Each council currently offers a different level of support through their LCTRS, but on 1st April 2021, the formation of West Northamptonshire Council means that the existing three schemes need to be brought together into one schemewhich is affordable, consistent and fair to all residents wherever they live; not only for those that receive support but also for those who depend on wider services.   
Currently, the minimum Council Tax contribution that working age people must pay ranges from 8.5% to 31% across the three Councils. One proposal to bring the schemes together is for the minimum contribution to be set at 26.5%, meaning a maximum discount of 73.5% would be offered through the new scheme.

This proposal would make the scheme is broadly cost neutral to the new authority and place no additional cost on the wider taxpayer.  There are also another five proposals outlined in the consultation document. 

Those of pensionable age are protected by the prescribed regulations set out by central government therefore will not be affected by the changes proposed to the LCTRS in West Northamptonshire, and will continue to receive the same level of support that they have been used to getting from their current council.

Full details about the scheme, how the proposals were developed and the other options considered, along with the consultation questionnaire, are available online at the following link:
 

03 November 2020Parish Council Meeting - Monday 9th November 2020

The next Meeting of Long Buckby Parish Council will be held on Monday 9th November 2020 at 7:30pm on Zoom.

Meeting ID: 851 3028 9049            Password: 593404

For those without the internet, you can dial in from any phone 0203 481 5240 

The link to the meeting can be accessed below.

Please be advised that members of the public attending the meeting will have the audio muted during the meeting.  If you wish to speak during public time, please contact the Clerk, Sue Porter, in advance of the meeting.

A copy of the Agenda is available to view here

Everyone welcome to attend.

03 November 2020Remembrance Sunday - 2020

Remembrance Sunday 2020

8th November 10.30am on YouTube

A UNITED REMEMBRANCE SERVICE FOR THE LONG BUCKBY, WATFORD, WEST HADDON AND WINWICK COMMUNITIES

Join our Remembrance Sunday service at 10.30am on YouTube - link below.

(Find link on Facebook / church website: www.stlawrences.org.uk/ ; search for St Lawrence Long Buckby)

Service broadcast live from St Lawrence Long Buckby at 10.30am

Roll of Honour for each village read by a local representative. Wreaths laid on the altar table.

Due to Covid rules, churches are closed for public worship but broadcasting a service is permitted

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

02 November 2020Theft from Motor Vehicle - Long Buckby

Northamptonshire Police are appealing for information regarding a Theft from motor vehicle of a catalytic converter from a Honda Jazz in Silver, 41-51 Spencer Road, Long Buckby
 
This happened on Saturday 31st October 2020 between 5:20pm-5:35pm
 
Did you witness anything?
 
Did you see any person(s) in the area that looked suspicious?
 
Did you see any vehicle(s) that you were suspicious of?
 
If you have evidential CCTV relating to this occurrence please send to
CCTVStills.DBIT@northants.pnn.police.uk quoting the reference number
Call 101 Reference: 20000575459
 
In an emergency, when there is a crime in progress or a life at risk, always call 999.
                   
To report a crime or incident, provide information or for advice, call 101 or visit www.northants.police.uk
 
To contact your Neighbourhood Team covering Daventry Town and surrounding villages they can be contacted on the following email: 
NeighbourhoodTeamDaventry@northants.pnn.police.uk
 
You can also provide confidential information should you wish to remain anonymous.  These calls can be made to the Independent Charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org
 
Have Your Say on Local Identified Priorities
Have your say on community policing where you live by completing this short survey.
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NorthamptonshireLocallyIdentifiedPriorities
 
Follow us on Facebook, Daventry and South Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Policing Team.

16 October 2020Parish Council Meeting - Monday 26th October 2020

The next Meeting of Long Buckby Parish Council will be held on Monday 26th October 2020 at 7:30pm on Zoom.

Meeting ID:  871 4107 8414     Password: 635693

For those without the internet, you can dial in from any phone 0203 481 5240 

The link to the meeting can be accessed below.

Please be advised that members of the public attending the meeting will have the audio muted during the meeting.  If you wish to speak during public time, please contact the Clerk, Sue Porter, in advance of the meeting.

A copy of the Agenda is available to view here

Everyone welcome to attend.

14 October 2020Long Buckby CCTV System

Long Buckby Parish Council have recently installed a new CCTV System to monitor the centre of the village.  For your information, please find listed the following guidance:

Long Buckby Parish CCTV System Guidance Notes

1. Routinely, CCTV monitors public space (not individuals) 24hrs a day for 365 days a year

2. The system’s operation conforms fully to the UK CCTV Commissioner’s code of practice.

3. The remote Control Centre is staffed by fully trained & qualified CCTV surveillance officers

4. Images are securely stored in accordance with the Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation.

5. Data is retained for 30 days after which time it is automatically deleted

6. Long Buckby Parish Officers and Councillors have no access to the data

7. Under the terms of the scheme images may only be viewed for the following purposes:

a) Crime prevention & detection

b)Maintenance of public order

8. The data can normally only be used for evidence gathering purposes by requestors, such as:

a) Police

b) Statutory Authorities with powers to prosecute (e.g. Customs & Excise, Trading Standards)

c) Solicitors

d) Accused persons or defendants in criminal proceedings

e) Claimants in civil proceedings

9. Individuals have the right to request access to information on the system regarding themselves - but no one else.

N.B. By law, data access requests must be for a reason that accords with the purposes of the scheme (see point 7 above) and they must provide the operator sufficient information to easily locate the data (e.g. accurate descriptions and a limited time window). A fee will normally be payable for this service and each request must be accompanied by a full-face picture of the subject & two original documents confirming his/her address.

Full details of the Subject Access process can be found in the document ‘Procedure for the Release of Evidence’ on the Parish Council website, available to view here

Questions about the scheme should be addressed to the Parish Clerk either in writing or email - Sue Porter, 3 Packwood Close, Daventry, Northants, NN11 8AJ. E-Mail: longbuckbyparishcouncil@yahoo.com

 

06 October 2020Parish Council Meeting - Monday 12th October 2020

The next Meeting of Long Buckby Parish Council will be held on Monday 12th October 2020 at 7:30pm on Zoom.

Meeting ID:  857 9197 9583     Password: 327944

For those without the internet, you can dial in from any phone 0203 481 5240 

The link to the meeting can be accessed below.

Please be advised that members of the public attending the meeting will have the audio muted during the meeting.  If you wish to speak during public time, please contact the Clerk, Sue Porter, in advance of the meeting.

A copy of the Agenda is available to view here

Everyone welcome to attend.

29 September 2020Community Group Funding Available

Here are some funds which might be useful to know about:

 

Yelvertoft Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund - benefit residents in the parishes of Clay Coton, Crick, Lilbourne or Yelvertoft. The fund will support a range of charitable, educational, environmental and general community amenity projects to benefit residents in the local community around the wind farm site. Groups are able to apply for up to £7,000 or up to £20,000 for an exceptional project. For more information please go to - http://www.ncf.uk.com/grants/grant-finder/yelvertoft-wind-farm-community-benefit-fund Deadline for applications - 2nd October and then 4th December

The Winwick Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund - benefit residents in the parishes of Winwick, Cold Ashby, West Haddon and Guilsborough. Groups are able to apply for grants of up to £5,000. http://www.ncf.uk.com/grants/grant-finder/winwick-wind-farm-community-benefit-fund Deadline for applications - 2nd October and then 4th December

The Compton Fund - support arts, culture and heritage projects across Northamptonshire. The fund will offer awards between £500 and £5000. http://www.ncf.uk.com/grants/grant-finder/compton-fund Deadline for applications - 2nd October and then 4th December

Northamptonshire Federation of Disability Sport Fund - bursary scheme designed to support the county’s sports clubs, groups and non-profit organisations. The fund will offer grants of up to £1,000 for sport activities catering for any disability, sensory impairment and/or mental health problem. http://www.ncf.uk.com/grants/grant-finder/nfdsfund Deadline for applications - 2nd October and then 4th December

Winter Well-being - activities to protect and help older and vulnerable people in supported environments during the winter months, £250 and £5,000. http://www.ncf.uk.com/grants/grant-finder/winterwellbeingfund Deadline for applications - 2nd October and then 4th December

Coronavirus phase 3 funding – this will be funding for recovery and response activities. The fund will be open from the 12th October. This will be awarded on a rolling deadline.

22 September 2020Parish Council Meeting - Monday 28th September 2020

The next Meeting of Long Buckby Parish Council will be held on Monday 28th September 2020 at 7:30pm on Zoom.

Meeting ID:  868 4519 5129    Password: 750975

For those without the internet, you can dial in from any phone 0203 481 5240 

The link to the meeting can be accessed below.

Please be advised that members of the public attending the meeting will have the audio muted during the meeting.  If you wish to speak during public time, please contact the Clerk, Sue Porter, in advance of the meeting.

A copy of the Agenda is available to view here

Everyone welcome to attend.

17 September 2020Tackling Inequalities Funding - Physical Activity

Northamptonshire Sport have been allocated funding from the National Lottery and Sport England, to work with local organisations and groups who have strong links and relationships with the community to ensure that all residents of Northamptonshire have access to physical activity opportunities that may have been reduced or affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The funding allocated to Northamptonshire Sport aims to support 4 main priority groups.

Organisations based in or serving Lower Socio - Economic communities.

Organisations supporting participants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities.

Organisations supporting people with a disability and / or people with a long term or life limiting health conditions.

Further localised priority will be given to organisations supporting women and girls and LGBTQ+ residents.

In phase 1 we funded 25 organisations including Breast Friends Northamptonshire, Community Courtyard, Dostiyo Asian Women and Girls Association, Rush2TheDen, Northampton Home start, Brewin Stroke Group, Academy for Dementia Research, Shudan CIC.

Applications must show a here and now need for funding as a direct result of COVID-19.

We have attached a copy of the accompanying information and some of the questions you will be asked as part of the application process.  All applications that progress through the first round will proceed to a telephone conversation to gain further information before going to a panel for final decision.

TO APPLY PLEASE VISIT THE LINK BELOW 

Deadline Extended until 17:00pm on the 21st September.

17 September 2020Officers Listen To Community Concerns Around Speeding

Twenty-eight motorists were caught speeding during a special operation organised by Northamptonshire Police in response to community concerns.

Members of the East Northants Neighbourhood Policing and Safer Roads Teams, carried out the speed checks on the B645 between Higham Ferrers and St Neots in Bedfordshire last week (September 5/6).

In total, 40 motoring offences were detected on the county’s section of the road, including a motorcyclist who was clocked riding at 101mph in a 60mph national speed limit zone.

While five drivers were caught exceeding a restricted speed zone limit of 30mph, with the highest speed recorded at 46mph, and one motorist was reported for failing to stop for police, careless driving and had their vehicle recovered.

One driver received a Section 59 warning for driving in an anti-social manner, and a further four were reported for not wearing a seat belt, four for other minor traffic offences and two for driving a car without a valid MOT.

Speeding, along with drink/drug driving, not wearing a seatbelt and using a mobile phone at the wheel, makes up the fatal four offences, which are often recorded as a contributory factors in road collisions. 

East Northants Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant, Leigh Francoise Goodwin, said: 
“This operation was set up after concerns were raised by the local community that the B645 was becoming a race track, after the road had been advertised on some motorcycle websites as a good stretch of road to ride.

“Knowing sections of the road between Higham Ferrers and St Neots are listed as red routes after a number of fatal road collisions, we carried out the speed checks in partnership with our colleagues in Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.

“Speed is often recorded as a contributory factor in road collisions and anything we can do to reduce the likelihood or severity of one occurring is of an obvious benefit to all road users.

“The message is simple – slow down and save lives! The faster you drive or ride the less time you have to react and you are putting not only your life at risk, but also the lives of other road users.”

Reducing the number of people who are killed or seriously injured on the county’s road is one of the Force’s policing priorities. Last year in Northamptonshire, 42 people were killed, and a further 347 were seriously injured.
 

09 September 2020Safer Streets Northamptonshire update: Views sought on the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan for Northampton

A consultation has been launched today seeking views on the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan for Northampton.

The Northampton Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan supports an ambition for Northampton to become a leading centre for active travel, which fully embraces walking and cycling. The document outlines the walking and cycling measures that could be introduced to transform levels of walking and cycling in the town.

We are looking for people’s views on the scope of the document, its approach and whether any changes are needed to the schemes proposed to ensure that they meet the new cycling design guidance LTN 1/20 Cycling Infrastructure Design.

For details of how to comment and to read the document please go to the consultation hub (link below). People have until Friday 23 October 2020 to submit their comments.

09 September 2020Community Health and Wellbeing Services 2020

Community Health and Wellbeing Services 2020

Public Health want to understand what services are needed to support people to improve their health and wellbeing, and in particular to meet the needs of those who are most vulnerable, to see if they have access to the right types of services and if services need to be delivered in different ways to address these needs.

Have your say - you can give your views in a number of ways, visit their web site for all of the different ways you can give your feedback, including their online questionnaire (link below).  The consultation closes at midnight on 6 October 2020.

08 September 2020COVID-19 in Northamptonshire - Community Engagement

Northamptonshire County Council (NCC), and all our partners who are working together on the coronavirus pandemic, want to hear from members of our communities.

We want to gather feedback to understand your views on the spread of coronavirus in the county and to identify what might be helping or stopping people from following guidance.

We will ask you about getting tested, about social distancing (keeping 2 metres apart) and self-isolation (staying at home if you have symptoms or a positive test) so that we can identify ways of making all of these things easier for our residents.

Please note that your answers to this survey are anonymous and the results of all responses will be analysed by NCC public health and engagement teams with the overall findings being shared with our incident response team and Oversight and Engagement Board.

Have your say

Please give us your views by completing our online questionnaire (link below)

The consultation closes at midnight on 5 October 2020.

08 September 2020Have your say on proposals to remove payphones

Have your say on proposals to remove payphones

People are invited to have their say on plans by BT to remove payphones in Daventry District.

BT has contacted Daventry District Council (DDC) with proposals to remove nine payphones from around Daventry District, one of which is a traditional red ‘K6’ telephone box.

DDC has published a draft response to BT’s proposals and is encouraging residents, parish councils and other interested groups to give their views on it.

The Council is proposing to object to the removal of eight modern payphones in Byfield, Brixworth, Creaton, Whilton Locks, Station Road and Market Place in Long Buckby, and at The Cherwell and Trafalgar Way in Daventry.

It will agree to proposals to remove the telephony equipment from the red K6 box on Main Street in Cottesbrooke – but only if the local community goes ahead with plans to adopt the box to use it for other purposes.

People have until 5pm on Monday 28 September to give their feedback on the draft response. Councillors will then consider a final response to BT.

The draft response and details of how to respond can be found on DDC’s website at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/consultation

08 September 2020Parish Council Meeting - Monday 14th September 2020

The next Meeting of Long Buckby Parish Council will be held on Monday 14th September 2020 at 7:30pm on Zoom.

Meeting ID:   835 7313 6620    Password: 711661

For those without the internet, you can dial in from any phone 0203 481 5240 

The link to the meeting can be accessed below.

Please be advised that members of the public attending the meeting will have the audio muted during the meeting.  If you wish to speak during public time, please contact the Clerk, Sue Porter, in advance of the meeting.

A copy of the Agenda is available to view here

Everyone welcome to attend.

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