Greens Norton Parish Council

Serving the people of Greens Norton

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Clerk: Mrs Linda Paice
9 Bradden Way, Greens Norton
Northamptonshire NN12 8BY

Tel: 01327 353622

Greens Norton Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Greens Norton a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require, then please contact us.

Please click here for a brief introduction to all of the Parish Council Members and the Clerk.

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Latest News

2022-23 COUNCIL BUDGET

The Councils' Budget for 2022-23 is now available in the documents management system.

Follow About the Council - Documents - Finance and Audit in the drop down box.

Posted: Fri, 14 Jan 2022 09:05 by Linda Paice

Do you or anyone you know need help with Arthritis?

Do you or anyone you know need help with Arthritis?

Perhaps Arthritis Action can help?

They have a number of new groups starting this year that have been devised to try and help as many people living with arthritis as possible.

Face to Face groups will be on hold for a while longer, but there will be a number of new online sessions starting this month, with a range of dates and times providing the opportunity to learn from as many different people as possible about how to best manage arthritis. More »

The sessions will be held via zoom or in conference call format for those that may not have access to the internet, all sessions are free to attend and do not require any membership or subscriptions.

You can join the sessions by either contacting the main Arthritis Action office email info@arthritisaction.org.uk or by calling 020 3781 7120 (manned Mon-Fri 09:00 – 17:30)

The sessions for January and February are outlined below:

January

07/01/2021 - Conference Call @2pm

10/01/2021 - Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Planning Your Year @2pm

14/01/2021 - Online Coffee Morning @11am

17/01/2021 - Evening Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Planning Your Year @6pm

18/01/2021 - Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Planning Your Year @2pm

26/01/2021 - Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Planning Your Year @2pm

February

03/02/2021 - Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Eating Well @2pm

04/02/2021 - Conference Call @2pm

11/02/2021 - Online Coffee Morning @11am

14/02/2021 - Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Eating Well @2pm

15/02/2021 - Evening Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Eating Well @6pm

23/02/2021 - Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Eating Well @2pm

28/02/2021 - Evening Online Arthritis Action Group – Topic: Eating Well @6pm

Find out more about Arthritis Action » Less

Posted: Wed, 05 Jan 2022 10:17 by LEIGH BAILLIE

A MESSAGE FROM WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL

A MESSAGE FROM WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL

Think Local and Support Small Businesses in West Northamptonshire - All Year Round

West Northamptonshire is a unique place for everyone to enjoy and provides a high quality of life and a vibrant offer for residents, visitors and the whole family to enjoy.

West Northants Council are asking everyone to think local and support West Northamptonshire small businesses all year round.

Eight reasons to shop local: More »

✅ Help the high street and support the local economy

✅ Save jobs – and create even more

✅ Great deals

✅ A safe way to shop

✅ Preserving the heart of the community

✅ Spoilt for choice

✅ A better shopping experience

✅ Help the environment

There are a number of ways residents can support local businesses, without even spending a penny!

Follow them on social media, leave helpful reviews, promote to your friends and family and through effective word of mouth, you are offering essential lifelines to support local employers and the local economy.

Visit the West Northants Council website for information on why it's smart to Think Local » Less

Posted: Wed, 15 Dec 2021 12:26 by LEIGH BAILLIE

Greens Norton Parish Council on behalf of the village offers its sincere condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her family on the announcement of the sad death of her beloved husband the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on Friday 9th April 2021 at the age of 99 years