WEST HADDON JUBILEE BEACON 2ND JUNE 2022
2ND JUNE 2022
The recently refurbished and refreshed WHPC Community & Sports Pavilion is available for use and hire when not in use by sports clubs and teams.
Welcome to the West Haddon Parish Council website..
West Haddon Parish Council provides many of your local services. We are constantly striving to make West Haddon a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do but we need your input to make it your website - please forward event information; group and organisation contact details - anything that you feel would interest members of our community.
If you can't find what you are looking for, or would like to recommend improvements to our website, or if you want to add your details to our Community Directory, then please contact Gill, Executive Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, if you don't tell us we may not know!.
Posted: Mon, 15 Aug 2022 08:08 by Gill Wells
POLICE, FIRE & CRIME COMMISSIONER NEWSLETTER
Posted: Fri, 12 Aug 2022 10:02 by Gill Wells
West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) will be providing further financial support to pensioners and vulnerable residents as part of the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) extended Household Support Fund.
Eligible pensioners will receive a one-off payment of £100.00 in the form of a Post Office Payout voucher (similar to a store voucher) which may be cashed, paid directly into a bank account, or used to pay a utility bill. More »
Pensioners who receive the Pension Credit payment and also are already in receipt of disability payments from the DWP will be able to apply for a top up payment £50 food voucher.
Those pensioners eligible for the voucher will receive a letter enabling them to claim the payment from any Post Office branch. To receive the funds all they will need to do is take their letter to their local Post Office, along with official form of identification (further details will be provided in their letter).
Councillor Matt Golby, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care & Public Health at West Northamptonshire Council, said: "We understand how the cost-of-living crisis is affecting people's lives so it's really important this second round of government funding goes to those who need it most and it's great to see these arrangements are in full swing.
"Partnering up with the Post Office also enables us to provide pensioners with a flexible form of payment which they can either use towards paying their bills or spending on essentials to help support them this summer. We are working closely with local community and voluntary organisations to ensure we reach households suffering severe financial hardship who may otherwise slip through the net.
"Residents do not need to contact the council to apply for this funding unless they are claiming their disability top up payment – all eligible households will instead be contacted and offered support. Residents facing financial difficulties should visit our Cost of Living Support webpage for details of the other support available."» Less
Volunteer Recruitment Citizens Advice Daventry and District/Age UK Northamptonshire Tea Dance & Electric Blanket Free Testing/Daventry Museum/Daventry Town Council’s Litter Campaign/DSLV Community Safety Event/Southbrook Community Centre
Posted: Tue, 09 Aug 2022 09:36 by Gill Wells
Please find attached community information and updates:-
- Volunteer Recruitment Citizens Advice Daventry and District
- Age UK Northamptonshire Tea Dance & Electric Blanket Free Testing
- Daventry Museum Doctor Who memorabilia needed for Daventry Museum display - Sept 2022
- Daventry Town Council's Litter Campaign
- DSLV Danetre and Southbrook Learning Village Daventry 10th August 2022 10am -2pm
- Southbrook Community Centre