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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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    You can give a child or children a loving supportive home, so please don’t rule yourself out of adopting. You’d be surprised at the diversity of our adoptive parents and at the diversity of our children. We need parents from all kinds of backgrounds, to match with our children from all kinds of backgrounds.

    If you are interested in adoption please come along to our next open evening where you can hear from some of our adoptive parents, who are as unique as you are. We would love to see you. Join us on Wednesday 7th November, you can drop in anytime between 6:30pm and 8:30pm at One Angel Square in Northampton.

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    If you're LGBT and thinking about adoption, please don't rule yourself out. There's no typical adoptive family! Martin is in a same sex couple and he's loving every minute of being a dad. He shared his story with us:

    “Our party days were long behind us and we felt like we were ready for the next stage in our life. Being a gay couple the decision to start a family felt a little more complicated for us, although in reality it was much easier than we thought. We didn’t want to go down the surrogate route so we knew adoption was the answer for us.

    "We presumed we’d be up against prejudice, but we haven’t felt any. The council were very supportive and guided us through the process. We learnt so much by talking to another LGBT family who reassured us that the children wouldn’t care about the fact that they would have two dads rather than the traditional family set up. All Afia and Keyon wanted was to feel safe, secure, and loved.

    "Keyon in particular took a while to settle, he is very protective of his sister. We were supported by the adoption team throughout, and we have worked through any issues. I see it as all part of being a parent, there will always be new challenges, but as a dad it’s my job to help us come through them together as a family.

    "Our house is always full of laughter now, Afia and Keyon have really made our house a home. I love coming home from work to all the noise and fun of my family.

    "I would encourage anyone interested in adoption to take that first step and get in touch with the adoption team. Adoption really has been the most incredible experience for us and it could be for you too.”

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    If you are considering adoption, could you adopt siblings? Keeping brothers and sisters together gives the children a constant in their lives. They always have someone who has been through the same experience as them, and often they have an extremely close bond. Their only wish is to stay together.

    For you, this can mean that you complete your family. You only go through the adoption process once, and you can settle together as a family. You don’t have to worry about introducing a second or third adopted child in future years.

    In Northamptonshire, there are twelve sibling groups looking for a loving, adoptive family. Could you be the one to give them the life they deserve?

    If you are considering adoption come along to our next open evening where you can hear from some families who have been through the adoption process. We would love to meet you! Join us between 6:30pm and 8:30pm on Wednesday 7th November at One Angel Square in Northampton.

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