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Speedwatch Program 2019

Speedwatch Program 2019

Shutlanger will join in the Speedwatch program again this year and we are looking for volunteers and a lead coordinator.

This year we will share the equipment with Stoke Bruerne and the program will run between 3 August and 14 September, each village having the equipment for 1 week on an alternate weekly basis, Shutlanger will start on 3 August.

A training session will be held on 27 July 09:30 to 12:15 at Caroline Chisolm School in Northampton. More »

Anyone interested in helping keep the village safe should advise the Clerk@shutlangerparishcouncil.org.uk or telephone 07738-760618 » Less

Posted: Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:38 by John Scott

July GRASS Magazine

July GRASS Magazine

July edition of GRASS magazine

Posted: Sat, 22 Jun 2019 12:41 by John Scott

Safety Fun Day

Safety Fun Day

Community Safety Fun Day in Towcester

South Northants Council (SNC), in partnership with the emergency services, is hosting a 'Community Safety Fun Day' on Sunday, 23 June at the Towcester Recreation Ground on Islington Road.

Running from 10am – 4pm, this free event will feature live demonstrations from the emergency services and displays by police investigation dogs; fire engines and rescue vehicles, plus local neighbourhood teams. More »

There will also be information stands promoting activities and clubs for young people, stalls and refreshments.

Cllr Karen Cooper, Portfolio Holder for Wellbeing at SNC said: "We are really looking forward to bringing people together for this event and sharing important safety messages, whilst also having some fun in the sunshine (fingers crossed!).

"The day is part of our ongoing initiative to encourage our communities to work as one to solve issues and educate our young people to make South Northants a safe place for everyone."

SNC's Community Safety Officer Gary Crook is chief organiser, he said: "We hope this event will help bring the whole community together for some fun. As well as exciting emergency service demonstrations, including displays from the police dogs throughout the day, we will be showcasing just how many great organisations there are in South Northants for young people to get involved with."

Organisations taking part include:

  • Sea Cadets
  • Air Cadets
  • St Johns Ambulance
  • Towcester Rugby Club
  • Towcester Football Club
  • The Scouts/Guides/Brownies
  • Towcester Boxing Club
  • Voice for Young People
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Posted: Mon, 17 Jun 2019 12:49 by John Scott