Northants C C have issued the latest edition of Trading Standards News – it includes details of recent work that has been concluded and advice on how our community can better protect themselves. To read it, click here. Incidentally, there are many County Council services now available online - see here for details. Their January newsletter (In Northamptonshire) can be found .
has a brilliant WW1 exhibition including two WW1 specialists on hand and able to carry out both local and nationwide genealogy searches for anyone wanting more information of lost loved ones. More detail The Daventry Museumhere. The museum website is here.
DACT (Daventry Area Community Transport) - is a charitable organisation wholly supported by grants, donations and the dedication of volunteers. Consequently, they are able to provide transport services at costs substantially less than most alternative forms of fare paying transport. They can provide door-to-door transport to individuals or groups in local communities who can't use mainstream public transport allowing them to access work, training and social activities. See here for their website. They also provide excursion trips and their brochure for January - April 2016 is here.
The Whilton Bake Off - was held on 3rd August last year and was very successful. There were lots of entries and £185 was raised for the Air Ambulance Service. For Lucy's full write-up of the occasion, click here. To see Richard Oliver's photos, see here.
- are now running the Lifetime Prevention Development Project. The aim of this Project is to provide a service to the older people of Northamptonshire to help them look after themselves, participate fully as active members of their local communities, choose and receive the type of help they need, when they need it and remain safe and secure while enjoying a good quality life. They can come out to talk and engage with various groups, arrange lunch clubs and so on to see what people want in South Northamptonshire and how they are able to deliver it. As you will see from their Age UK website they can offer a wide range of varied and stimulating courses and activities.