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Posted: Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:20 by Sally Willis
Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is updating his Police and Crime Plan and launching a new Fire & Rescue Plan – his first since taking responsibility for Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service in January 2019. More »
In both plans, Stephen has outlined his priorities for actions that will help create a safer county, along with the activities that will help to achieve them.
We are now asking people to tell us what they think about the priorities that Stephen has set out. This consultation also includes asking for your views on the Fire & Rescue's Integrated Risk Management Plan which identities potential fire and safety risks and addresses how they will be responded to.
Anyone who lives or works in Northamptonshire can have their say, so please pass these details onto your parish members and the wider community where you live.
The consultation begins on Monday 4 February 2019 and closes on Monday 4 March.
By completing the survey people can win one of three £25 vouchers.
Your feedback will help inform the future direction of police and fire & rescue services in Northamptonshire » Less
Posted: Thu, 07 Feb 2019 10:24 by Sally Willis
This will be the new magazine just for Hardingstone, popping through your letter box sometime in the spring.
Hardingstone Parish council have agreed to support this venture, for six editions over an initial trial period of a year. More »
'HP Source' will only be a useful source of information if we get lots of community content – so news, posters, reports, photos, whatever you'd like to read, we need to know.
And if you are looking to recruit members for your local club, seeking experience for a qualification or CV, or keen to contribute to your local community, volunteering to join our friendly team could be the answer. We need writers, designers, co-ordinators and deliverers; just get in touch to find out more.
The Forum – which has been Hardingstone's newsletter since 1976 – is a hard act to follow, and we sincerely thank everyone who has been involved over the years. » Less