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Syresham Annual Parish Assembly 16th May 2018

Wed, 09 May 2018 13:50 by Samantha Hosking


GUEST SPEAKERS from Silverstone Circuit & HS2

Stuart Pringle from Silverstone Circuit - to discuss current season and further development plans for the circuit. More »

Nisha Mejer (HS2 Community Engagement Manager)
and a representative from Kier and Eiffage (HS2 Construction Team)

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the HS2 project (due to start work soon), this will be a good opportunity to speak with the HS2 team.

Village Hall at 7.30pm on
Wednesday 16th May 2018

Written Reports from:-

Bowls Club, Brownies, Chapel, Friends of St. James, Syresham School, Footpath Warden, Friendship Club, Neighbourhood Watch, Parish Council, Mothers and Toddlers History Society Gardening Club, St. James Church, Syresham Times, Police
Take your Seat, Sports and Social Club, Gems,
Village Hall Management Committee » Less

Results of 2017 Street Light Survey

Wed, 11 Apr 2018 13:48 by Samantha Hosking

Results of street light survey conducted late 2017.

Immediate withdrawal of mobile library service

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 19:23 by Samantha Hosking

LibraryPlus Mobile Library Service – immediate withdrawal of service

The public consultation around the future of the Library Service has included the deletion of the Mobile Library Service and the service has been running as normal pending the final Council decision. More »

However, due to the age and the condition of the vehicle, there is a risk of incurring expensive repair work each time it goes out and the recent spending controls imposed by the Director of Finance under Section 114 mean that we have had to withdraw the service with immediate effect.

We will be contacting all existing Mobile Library customers individually to explain the situation.

We have also made arrangements for our Mobile Library Driver to continue to visit the mobile library stops for one last visit to see as many customers as possible. He will be stopping at the normal place at the normal time, but in a different vehicle, to collect stock from customers.

If customers are not able to attend the last mobile library visit they can return any items to any of our libraries. All overdue charges will be waived.

Any residents who would like to continue to use the library service, but are unable to visit their nearest library, can be considered for home delivery through our Library to You service. They can either speak to our mobile van driver at his last visit, or contact their nearest library for further details.

More information on a planned expansion of the Library to You service will be announced in due course.

If you have any further questions relating to the Mobile Library Service, please contact NLIS Feedback at NLISfeedback@firstforwellbeing.co.uk

Yours sincerely

Anne Lovely

Strategic Development and Income Generation ManagerNorthamptonshire Library & information Services » Less