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– 2018 –

Harlestone Parish Council

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LATEST NEWS

11/7/18 – No Bus Service -Important please read – View here

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

26/5/18 – Northamptonshire Association for the Blind – View Here

24/5/18 – GDPR Compliant Privacy Policy – View Here

23/5/18 – Post Offices Near Me – View here

14/5/18 – Who are your newly elected Councillors – view here


 Agendas, Minutes and Petty Cash Schedules for HPC

Petty Cash Schedules please refer to >  This Page.

HPC Agenda for July 2018 > HPC Agenda July 2018 003 

July Meeting discussion document –  Community Governance Review Harlestone Parish 2

HPC Minutes for the Extraordinary Meeting > HPC Minutes June Ex Ord 2018 001

HPC Agenda for an Extraordinary Meeting June 2018 > HPC Agenda June Ex Ord 2018 001

HPC Agenda for June 2018  Click Here > HPC Agenda June 2018 001

 

Environment and Management Executive Committee

To view meeting agendas and minutes click > here

MEETINGS

Meeting Dates for 2018 > Click Here

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

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/

Citizens Advice Daventry and District

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The Abbey Market Square
DAVENTRY
Northamptonshire
NN11 4XG

Advice 03444 889629  –         Admin 01327 701644

 

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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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