This month’s meeting of the Saturday Group is this Saturday 7 March. The plan is to start tidying the entrance to the village on the Walgrave Road (near to the village entrance signs) – meet at the Green on Poplars Lane/Walgrave Rd at 10am please – bring gloves, loppers, secateurs, spades and the like. And wellies…
Please come along – there is no long term commitment and everyone is welcome.
If you want to know more about the ‘Friends of Holcot” initiative please contact Philip Pomeroy on 781246 or take a look here.
As you will know, there is a lot of time and effort being put into village projects through the “Friends of Holcot” initiative. A page has been added to the website to provide all the information about this initiative including how to get involved, as well as the current list of completed, ongoing, and potential projects.
Click here for more.
The Police are reporting a spate of break-ins to barns and similar properties.
The Group of village people who are offering their services to back-up your usual support routines are ready to begin operating.
The ‘Help for Holcot” group will offer help where it is needed – for example, where the person who usually collects your prescriptions is not available, someone from the Group will help you out. The objective is not to replace any regular arrangements but to be a helping hand when needed.
If such a situation happens to you, ring Lesley on 781246 and the “Help for Holcot” group will do their best to help.
The Holcot Bowls Club meets on Wednesday afternoons from 2-4pm in the Village Hall.
You only need some suitable shoes – all other equipment is provided.
Please come along!
Contact Pat McGlasson on 781215 for further information.
Every Monday evening during term time the Holcot Hub meets in the Village Hall youth wing. Children in school years 6-13 play pool, darts and table tennis from 7-8:30pm. And eat tuck!
On Thursday evenings, a table tennis club is held for school years 6-11 children from 7-8:30pm.
More information can be found on the Holcot Hub page
Please come along!
Another update from Northamptonshire Police on the Neighbourhood Watch page – a spate of incidents where a man flags down motorists.