Cold Higham Parish Council

Serving the people of Cold Higham, Grimscote, Fosters Booth (W) and Potcote

Author: Site Editor

Gigaclear Works Update 4 Jul 20

"Church Lane in Cold Higham is now complete there is however some tarmac reinstatement to take place which will be done early next week, but the village is mainly complete now.

We are also looking to get back onto Mill Lane and Penthorne close from the 13th July providing NCC highways allow us the road space this shouldn't be an issue, but I will let you know again once I have a confirmed date."

Posted: Sun, 05 Jul 2020 10:48 by Site Editor

Tags: Roadworks

Emergency Works on the A5 TONIGHT (2 Jul)

There will be emergency works on the A5 tonight.

Although the crossroads will remain open to local traffic during these works, this traffic will be controlled by the use of temporary 4-way traffic signals.

For the full message see 'A5 Roadworks' page.

Posted: Thu, 02 Jul 2020 14:07 by Site Editor

Tags: Roadworks

Notice of Public Rights FY 2019-20

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN (EXEMPT AUTHORITY)

Posted: Fri, 26 Jun 2020 09:51 by Site Editor

Tags: Parish Council

A5 Roadworks - Update 25 Jun 20

There is a lengthy update from Forkers on the web site. I have summarised some significant points below.

8pm Friday 26th to 6am Monday 29th June

There will be times between 8am and 11pm on both Saturday and Sunday when access across the Banbury Lane/Butchers Lane cross roads will not be possible.

8 pm Friday 10th to 6 am Monday 13th July

During this weekend access across the Butchers Lane Crossroads... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 25 Jun 2020 15:53 by Site Editor

Tags: Roadworks

Gigaclear Activity

At the minute everything is closed up in Grimscote, it took our contractors a little longer then expected to complete all the works in village, but we are hoping to be back in Grimscote within the next 2-3weeks depending on road space notices being granted with NCC next week.This will include penthrorne close and the rest of mill lane.Church lane has been progressing really well, and all the residents... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 20 Jun 2020 14:56 by Site Editor

Tags: Computer, Roadworks

Scams Awareness

Scams Awareness

COULD IT BE A SCAM?

Be more aware during this period of increased activity.

Posted: Sat, 20 Jun 2020 11:14 by Site Editor

Tags: Computer, Coronavirus

Financial Support during Covid 19

See SNC's latest update showing what financial support is available during the current crisis.

coronavirus.html

Posted: Mon, 15 Jun 2020 17:31 by Site Editor

Tags: Coronavirus

Local Government Reorganisation

In April next year local government within Northamptonshire will change. A new page on this web site has been created to cover the subject (see left hand panel menu). There is now an "Idiots' Guide" on the page, summarising how this will affect Cold Higham Parish. See

https://www.coldhigham-pc.gov.uk/local-government-reorganisation.html

Posted: Fri, 12 Jun 2020 10:04 by Site Editor

Tags: Local Government

Have your say on cycling and walking in Northamptonshire

Have your say on cycling and walking in Northamptonshire

A Message from Northampton Highways

We want to hear YOUR ideas for making Northants a better place for cycling, walking & maintaining social distancing.

Use our interactive map to log your suggestions for cycle routes, cycle parking, improved footway space and quieter streets

Click here to make cycling and walking safer in Northamptonshire

As Government Covid-19 lockdown procedures are adjusted, we... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 08 Jun 2020 16:59 by Site Editor

Tags: Leisure, Recreation

Library Services Still Available

Towcester Library has a number of e-books and audio books available for members for free. There is something for all ages. If you are not a library member, you can register online and become one.

See

https://www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/councilservices/library-service/visiting-your-library/list-of-libraries/Pages/towcester-library.aspx

Posted: Thu, 04 Jun 2020 11:47 by Site Editor

Tags: Coronavirus, Leisure