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    The County Councillor with responsibility for Holcot is :

    Cllr Judy Shephard;
    Windbreck, Butchers Lane
    Boughton, Northampton, NN2 8SL
    Tel: 01604 843275, M: 07889123039
    e-mail: jshephard@northamptonshire.gov.uk

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    Adult learning
    Adult learning courses are available for booking on this website. The brochure is only available on the website.

    Courses are bookable via the website or by calling 0300 126 1000.

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    Household Recycling Centres – Brixworth – from 1 February 2015

    All sites will now be open for 5 days, with opening hours changing to 10am to 6pm all year round.

    The Brixworth Centre will be open Thursday to Monday (i.e.; closed Tuesday and Wednesday)

    A downloadable list of opening days is available here.

    You can also see how busy your centre is by looking at its webcam!

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    ClickNorthamptonshire County Council are promoting using the internet to gain access to services. Did you know you can renew a library book, report a pothole and apply for a school place on the Northamptonshire County Council website? Possibly. But you can also pay parking fines (!), arrange a blue badge, access adult learning, and organise a bus pass? Click on the image more information.

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    Registration has opened for residents wishing to receive garden waste collections for another year.

    Chargeable garden waste service was introduced in June last year and the current annual subscription runs out at the end of May.

    The charge for the 2019/20 fortnightly service from 1 June 2019 to 31 May 2020 is £36 per bin and people must renew their subscription if they wish to continue.

    You can renew and pay the annual charge online at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/living/waste-and-recycling/garden-waste/
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    We are looking for experienced permanent social workers to come and join our teams so that children and families only have to tell their story once.

    We are committed to improving the outcomes for children and young people but also developing structured career pathways for our social workers.

    Find out more and apply to join us:

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    The Disabled Children’s team (DCT) works with Northamptonshire families to enable children and young people with complex additional needs to have the same opportunities and experiences as other children and young people. Hear what team manager Jane and social worker Tess have to say about working in the DCT team in Northamptonshire.

    Help us spread the word and apply today: www.childrenfirstjobs.co.uk

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    Callum Lynch from the ‘Who Cares Scotland Collective’ talks to Rory Truell on 2019 World Social Work Day about the Right for Every Child to be Loved and what social workers can do to support children and young people in care.
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    #WSWD19 Cllr Sandra Naden-Horely, county council cabinet member for adult social care thank social workers on World Social Work Day ... See MoreSee Less

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    To mark World Social Work Day, Councillor Fiona Baker said: “This event is a fantastic occasion to show our appreciation for the work of our dedicated social workers who are committed to providing the best possible support for vulnerable families in Northamptonshire.

    “Social work can be a challenging career. Our staff work with some very troubled families and can sometimes have to make difficult decisions in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for children and families.

    “I would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to our dedicated social workers and let them know that their hard work and commitment is highly valued.”

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