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SALE OF ASSET OF COMMUNITY VALUE King’s Head Pub

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 13:48 by Samantha Hosking

The King's Head pub in Syresham is on the South Northamptonshire Council register as an Asset of Community Value. The district council has received notification from the owner of its intention to sell the pub. More »

Would you be interested in setting up or being part of a Community Interest Group, which could be treated as a potential bidder for the asset for the benefit of the Community?

If you would like more information or would like to express an interest, please contact the Parish Clerk on 01280 851178 as soon as possible. Time is short, while the Parish Council have triggered the full moratorium period to allow time for interest groups to come forward and prepare business plans and finance, the village has until 22 May 2018 to make a bid. » Less

Notice of Vacancy in Office of Parish Councillor, Syresham

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 11:09 by Samantha Hosking

Syresham Parish Council have vacancies for 3 Councillors. Please see the Vacancy Notices (below) for information regarding Local Elections Rules and deadlines for a request for an election.

Could you be a Syresham Parish Councillor? As a councillor you could become a voice for your community and affect real change. Parish Councillors are the most local part of our demographic system and are closest to the public. More »

If you would be interested in becoming a Councillor please contact the Clerk for more information.

Christmas Bin Collections

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 11:36 by Samantha Hosking

CORRECTION - Please note garden waste collection will start again week commencing Monday, 8 January or Monday, 15 January 2018

Householders in South Northamptonshire should make sure they put their bins out on time in the build-up to Christmas as the Boxing Day collections will be moved to the following Saturday. More »

Any household which is due to have a collection on Tuesday, 26 December should put their bins out on Saturday, 30 December instead.

Cllr Dermot Bambridge, South Northamptonshire Council's portfolio holder for environmental services, said: "We've escaped any changes to Christmas bin collections for a number of years, but Bank Holiday dates will have an impact on services this year.

"Thanks to residents we have one of the best recycling rates in the country, but it can be challenging for households, especially around Christmas, so we will be sympathetic to anyone having problems.

"But if households can keep on top of their recycling in the build-up to Christmas, it will make it easier when the annual peak in volume of waste and recycling arrives."

Reminders of the change in collection dates will be attached to the bins belonging to affected households on Tuesday, 12 December.

Collections on other days will not be affected by the Bank Holidays and residents should put their bins out on their normal day.

However, due to the rise in volume, collection crews may arrive at different times and householders should ensure their bins are out by 7am.

As normal, garden waste collections will be suspended for two weeks from Monday, 25 December before starting again the week commencing Monday, 8 January or Monday, 18 January 2018 depending on where you live in the district.

When garden waste collections resume residents are reminded they can put real Christmas trees out for collection in or next to their green bin, making sure all decorations are removed.

Bulky waste collections and deliveries will also be suspended for one week from Monday, 25 December, starting again in the first week of January 2018.

For more information on SNC's waste and recycling service, including collection calendars, visit - http://www.southnorthants.gov.uk/wasteandrecycling.htm. » Less