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– 2018 –

Harlestone Parish Council

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LATEST NEWS

28/9/18 – New report from Althorp Estate – View here

24/7/18 – A useful presentation to explain LGR – View Here

15/6/18 – Parishioners wanting to volunteer to be committee members – please refer to this post


MEETINGS

Council Meetings Guidance  –  If you are planning to attend a council meeting please read these guidance notes 1st.
View or download the Guidance notes.

Meeting Dates for 2018 > Click Here

Full Council Agendas, Minutes and Petty Cash Schedules for HPC

Petty Cash Schedules please refer to >  This Page.

 

HPC Agenda for October 2018 – HPC Agenda October 2018 001

Please view this document as part of the October HPC Agenda – Adopt-a-Kiosk-Brochure

 

HPC Ex-Ord Minutes for September 2018 – HPC Ex-Ord Minutes September 2018 001

HPC Minutes for September 2018 – HPC Minutes September 2018 001


Environment and Management Executive Committee

To view meeting agendas and minutes click > here

Safety & Protection Committee

To view meeting Agendas and Minutes click > here


NEW RESIDENTS WELCOME PACK FROM DDC

Please see below a link to a new ‘Resident Welcome Pack’ on the DDC website:   The aim is to provide new residents in our district with an initial information point signposting to basic information

RURAL SERVICES NETWORK

Includes Rural Broadband Vulnerability

To View > Click Here

http://www.rsnonline.org.uk/

The 2018 edition of the Daventry District Guide

The Love Daventry guide features information on our beautiful villages, historic stately homes, fantastic days out and more.

Citizens Advice Daventry and District

WEBSITE <

The Abbey Market Square
DAVENTRY
Northamptonshire
NN11 4XG

Advice 03444 889629
Admin 01327 701644

 

Find a Job Centre near you

Jobcentre Plus


THE FRIENDS OF MOULTON LIBRARY


DID YOU KNOW?

Historical information regarding Harlestone Village.

The chestnut tree at Cross Hill, Upper Harlestone, was planted in 1897 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee

 sourced by Jenny Cross

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