The poster below is an invitation from the mental health charity MIND to a Peer support event on 17 May.
A message from Mary Doyle Continue reading “MIND – interested in Peer support in Mental Health?”
Contributions for the May village newsletter need to be with Jackie and Naomi by Saturday.
Email your contributions to;
You may have seen from the minutes of April’s Parish Council meeting that Roger Gunnett has decided to retire as Chair of the Council at May’s Annual Meeting. He will remain as a Councillor.
I am sure that everyone will join me in thanking him for his commitment and continuing fantastic work for our village.
This year’s Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Sunday 5 June at 2:30pm in the Village Hall.
Similar to previous year’s, the Meeting will be a village social event as well as featuring the annual Parish Council business necessary to fulfil the statutory requirements.
Please keep the afternoon free. Further details will be provided nearer the date.
The Church now has it’s own website – visit it here www.holcot-church.org.uk
The webpage on www.holcotvillage.co.uk will be maintained as usual.
There are still a few places available for the Walgrave Wellbeing Centre day trip to Milton Keynes.
When: Thursday 5 May 2016
Pick Up: 10:15am at the War Memorial
Depart: 4pm from John Lewis Car Park, MK Centre
Drop off: Approximately 4:45pm at the War Memorial
The day costs £8.50 – contact Kimberley on 07702925542 to book or for further information. Here is the poster.
The Northampton Yellow Pages directory is due to start being delivered from 25 April over 2-3 weeks. The delivery company DEYA have asked that we make villagers aware of the delivery, and the action they take to avoid it being apparent where properties are unoccupied.
On behalf of Yell, the publisher of Yellow Pages directories, we take a very responsible approach to delivering the directories and make every effort to ensure there is as minimum inconvenience to householders as possible.
Our delivery agents undergo thorough training before delivery commences and we closely monitor householders’ satisfaction with each delivery. Ideally, the directories are put through the letterbox or handed over to each householder, but when that is not possible we aim to leave it in a dry, secure place out of sight from passers by or with a neighbour, and with a card through the door saying where or with whom it has been left. Alternatively, a card may be left with a number to call to arrange re-delivery.