For Daily Newspapers including Sunday delivery can be ordered from Gary Greet, 78 Willowview, Kislingbury, 01604 830783.
These services have been recommended by a number of villagers.
If you’re looking for walks from the village take a look at the leaflet produced by Northamptonshire County Council. Click here…
South Northants council can deal with most pests for you, and can also offer professional advice. Here is some general information on some of the more common pests that we can provide you with information on:
Charges – There is a reasonable charge for the service which includes visits for pest identification, advice and treatments. Treatments are charged for at a standard fixed price and if you would like a quotation please complete the online form. Payment is prefered at the time you book for a treatment and can be made using a debit or credit card by telephone.
Mobile Library Times
The Mobile Library visits every second Friday of the month from 4.30pm – 4.55pm in Church Street.
Please make the most of this facility where you can make local enquiries, council enquiries, bus pass registrations, large print books, children’s books and audio books. Join free without ID!
Do you use heating oil? Have you found a dramatic increase in the cost? Would you be interested in hearing about ways to reduce your heating bills?
If so Northamptonshire ACRE would like to hear from you as they are looking into a scheme to organise bulk purchase of heating oil that could save you money. If you are interested in finding out more please contact the Rural Officer on 01604 825889 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For several months I’ve been driving along Church Street banging into potholes and assuming that someone else had reported them. This week I went onto the council’s web site to report the problems and within two days the holes had been filled. So why didn’t I do this ages ago? Why didn’t someone else report them? No matter, it’s done and I feel good about it, next time I won’t leave it to someone else. What will you do?
The Memorial Garden continues to develop with the addition of the benches and there are more and more people using it. The information board gives details of the significant buildings in the village and a timeline of events.
The Parish Council wish to remind all users that the area is a memorial area and it should not be used for ball games.