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Posted: Thu, 03 Jan 2019 10:11 by Sally Willis
There have been intruders in several gardens of the low even numbers in Martins Lane. To date we know of one chain saw stolen from a shed at the bottom of a garden. There has been garden hopping and maybe the school field may have been one means of access or the mound.Please check your out building and report theft or interference to Police on 101. Police always advise not to leave any items of value such as expensive tools or bikes in sheds but instead leave them in a locked garage if poss.The crime number given by police is 18000631855 and you should use this to link an other similar matters.We estimate that the crime was probably between 4 & 5pm on Sunday 30th Dec 2018 because residents from 3 properties at the low end definitely went out at that time, including dogs!) It was just getting dark.We think there has been a shed door opened towards the middle of even nos in Martins Lane.If you see anyone in a car or on foot hanging about be alert. Thieves watch to see when people go out (and who knows if they communicate to another by mobile phone).Please warn your neighbours and encourage them to look outside. They should ring in even if nothing was stolen but there was evidence of interference.
Posted: Thu, 03 Jan 2019 10:00 by Sally Willis
An opportunity has arisen for a proactive individual to join Northampton Borough Council's Standards Committee.
The Committee is looking to recruit a new independent member, with no connections to a political party, councillors, parish councillors within the borough or Council staff. More »
The post, which will be for the next 18 months to two years, will focus on helping the Committee promote and maintain high standards of conduct by elected and co-opted councillors.
As part of the role, the individual will gain valuable experience of a local government organisation and the ethical framework within which it operates.
They will get the chance to use their keen analytical skills to help update the Council's whistleblowing policy, develop a training programme for councillors, review the code of conduct and improve procedures for registering areas of interest, gifts and hospitality.
In addition, they will have the opportunity to work with the Council's monitoring officer to provide objective and impartial views on complaints about councillor behaviour.
If appointed to the Committee the individual will need to attend quarterly committee meetings at the Guildhall as well as any ad hoc meetings, needed to deal with case work.
The annual allowance for this role is £505.
For more information or to apply for this opportunity, please visit www.northampton.gov.uk/downloads/download/3362/standards-committee-application-form or contact Tracy Tiff on 01604 837408.
The closing date for applications is noon on 6 February 2019. Interviews will be held on 26 February from 5pm at the Guildhall. » Less
Posted: Thu, 13 Dec 2018 12:26 by Sally Willis
The Parish Council phone is now working again.
Apologies for any inconvenience this has caused