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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




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.


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!


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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Consultation on the future of the Evelyn Wright House Older People's Care Home

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Northamptonshire County Council

Are you looking for a job in adult social care in Northamptonshire? Do you have what it takes to be a carer?

Join us at the jobs fair at Guildhall Northampton on Friday 13th September between 10 am and 1pm and meet the friendly recruitment team.

For more infomation about the jobs available or to apply online visit or call the recruitment team on 01604 363692
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When children are no longer able to live with their families and are taken into care they feel scared and anxious. But having a sibling with them can make this experience a lot less traumatic.

For many children in foster care, their brother or sister has been the only constant presence in their lives. Their bond is often deeper than we would imagine as they have been together through some of the most challenging times in their lives.

Keeping siblings together in foster care means that they can support each other to understand and shares their experiences and can help each other to make sense of their new lives.

If you, or anybody you know, could provide a loving home to siblings and help keep them together, we’d love to hear from you.
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