A planning application has been received for 12 Moulton Road.
See the Planning Applications page for the code to access details on DDC’s website and the short description.
Comments are due to be with DDC by 10 November. The Parish Council will consider the application at their meeting on 20 November.
The Boundaries Commission are proposing that our parliamentary constituency is “Daventry and Lutterworth”. View the consultation details here and have your say.
The consultation ends on 11 December.
Information posted on Walgrave Neighbourhood Watch Facebook page.
Message received from Moulton School, I have no further information but worth being aware and reminding our children to stay safe……
We have had a report from a parent of an incident which took place last week. Two of our Year 9 pupils were walking home after getting off the school bus in the Holcot area and were approached by a women in a light blue fiat 500 car who offered to give them a lift home – they refused. As always, we ask that you remind your children of “stranger danger” and to stay safe.
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Northamptonshire Highways have issued a summary of the progress with the A43 works, including the new junctions at Moulton and the road closures for October and November. See this document.
The road closures are…..
|What is the traffic management
||What works are being carried out and alternative routes
|4 way lights.
A43 Moulton Roundabout.
|16th October to 18th October
||09.30 – 15.30
||To facilitate the opening of Park View
|Weekend road closure in November.
A43 Kettering Rd
From the junction with Ashley Lane/The Avenue to Sywell roundabout, and including Overstone Lane and Overstone Road
|03/11/17 to 6/11/17
10/11/17 to 13/11/17
|20.00hrs Friday through to 06.00hrs Monday
A43 northbound through traffic alternative route at Round Spinney roundabout. Take the exit for the A5067 to the junction with A508 and turn right, follow the A508 to the A14, take the A14 eastbound to the junction for the A43, follow the A43 to Sywell roundabout. Alternative route for through traffic on the A43 southbound will be the reverse.
Local traffic for Moulton or Overstone will use Ashley Road or The Avenue. There is a 7.5ton weight limit restriction on Ashley Lane which will need temporary suspension whilst this road is used as an alternative route.
Additionally temporary parking restriction will be required on these roads.
Provision will be made to allow access for residents on Park View during the times this road closure will be in place.
Diversions are in place for road closures.
The NCC website page has been updated describing the scheme and the status of the compulsory land purchase for the Moulton element.
Our FUNd Raiser of Saturday 7 October
We are delighted to announce that the Eighth Banter & Batter Quiz held in the Village Hall on the evening of 7 October was a great success, raising £580 for the Holcot Village Hall Association. This was despite a late fall in numbers by two teams, due to illness etc. An excellent result, raising around £50 more than last year’s event despite missing those other regular teams who we hope to see again next year. Some of you may have noticed the smart new tables which were bought with funds raised at our previous quizzes.
Special thanks to those quizzers who were unable to attend at the time who kindly donated their £10 ticket cost or were quizzers who did not have a meal but gave their £5 meal cost, raising £105 toward the total. This kindness was most appreciated.
The next Banter & Batter Quiz is planned for Saturday 10 March 2018 so please make a note of the date and reserve your place with Jackie & Deryck on 01604 781131. The quizzes are usually a sell-out with places being limited to 14 tables of 6 quizzers, so don’t delay and get your names down today. This is something to put in your traditional diary, calendar or handy ‘iPlanner’ to look forward to at the end of the winter ahead!
The ‘Friends of Holcot Playing Field’ charity will benefit from next spring’s Ninth Banter & Batter Quiz. The Friends are raising funds to replace the old play equipment removed from the village playground area with new (expensive) modern play equipment to benefit our village’s children into the future,
Finally, thank you to all who came along to help put the FUN back into FUNd raising. SEE YOU IN THE SPRING! YOU BET!
(Personally, I liked the Cryptic Phrases Picture Round which was ‘downright ‘ excellent and who knew that the Hickory tree grew Pecan Nuts anyway?…… Deryck)
Jackie & Deryck Watson
Daventry Rural and Town neighbourhood team has set its priorities for the next three months. These have been identified by taking into account the social media survey results and recent community engagement.
1) Police presence
1) Police presence
3) Drug abuse/dealing
For more information on the area that you live, please follow the link below:
If you are aware of street lights that have failed, please report them to the Parish Clerk, Lisa Callan. Her contact details are on the Parish Council page.