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Clerk: Mrs Samantha Hosking
2 The Terrace, Biddlesden
Brackley, Northamptonshire
NN13 5TR

Tel: 01280 851178

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Coronavirus - Additional Support available for residents

Posted: Mon, 09 Nov 2020 11:55 by Samantha Hosking

Northamptonshire's Community Resilience hub continues to provide support for the most vulnerable.

The countywide Community Resilience hub was set up at the start of April to help those needing support or assistance during periods of isolation or for those who are vulnerable. As we enter a second national lockdown period, the Local Resilience Forum wants to reassure residents that support is available for anyone who needs it. More »

The local Coronavirus support line which is run by Northamptonshire County Council continues to provide support for anyone who requires help with accessing food, medication or for those who are lonely.

District and Borough Council teams continue to provide localised support in communities, working together with the County Council to ensure that those in all areas of the county can access the help they need.

Although shielding has been paused, people on the new Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV) list will be written to shortly. This letter will confirm that they are on the CEV list. Residents who don't receive a letter but believe that they should be on the list can register here

Northamptonshire County Council's Community Resilience team plan to phone individuals on the CEV list to make sure that they are aware of the ongoing support that is available.
Those that are self-isolating or have been told to through the local test and trace system can also use the service to get support.

Self-isolation can be a challenging time and many residents will have their own support networks; friends, family and neighbours. We would encourage residents to use those local networks where possible so that the support on offer from the Community Resilience hub can go to those who are most in need or those without their own support networks.

The Community Resilience hub continues to work on plans to escalate support if required. Voluntary organisations connected through the Northamptonshire Emergency Response Corps are also ready to step back up if required.
Volunteers and voluntary groups that were set up at the start of the pandemic, have continued to work tirelessly in supporting and engaging with their communities. They will be supported with more regular communications throughout the lockdown period.

Residents who require additional support can call the coronavirus helpline on 0300 126 1000 option 5 from Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. » Less


Posted: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 14:48 by Samantha Hosking

A vacancy exists on Syresham Parish Council, due to a recent resignation, which is to be filled by co-option. The term of office will run until May 2021.

If you would like to serve as a Councillor please contact the Parish Clerk (01280 851178,, who will provide you with further information about the role of a Councillor and an application form. More »

Deadline for applications: 10am, 24th November 2020

To qualify, a person must be a UK or Commonwealth citizen, citizen of the Irish Republic or member state of the EU. In addition you must also have lived, worked or been registered in the parish of Syresham or lived within 3 miles of the boundary for the whole of the previous 12 months.

You're not allowed to stand as a candidate if:

  • you already work for the parish council
  • are subject to bankruptcy restrictions
  • have within the last five years been sentenced to a prison term of three months
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Posted: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 11:51 by Samantha Hosking

At the Syresham Parish Council meeting of 14th October 2020, it was RESOLVED to seek the approval of the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government to apply for a Public Works Loan Board loan of £13,000 over the borrowing term of 3 years for part funding of the upgrade of streetlighting in the parish. The annual loan repayments will come to around £4,483. More »

It is not intended to increase the council tax precept for the purpose of the loan repayments.

If you have any views or opinions you wish to feed in, please contact the parish council direct. » Less