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Have your say on where you cast your vote

Have your say on where you cast your vote

The public is invited to comment on existing polling stations and locations, ahead of a review by East Northamptonshire Council.

Every four years, the council must by law complete a review of all current stations, districts and places to ensure that the existing arrangements are suitable. ENC is required by law to divide the area into polling stations for the purpose of Parliamentary elections and to designate polling places for each of those districts. More »

Anyone wishing to submit comments or observations before any new arrangements are agreed by the council can contact elections@east-northamptonshire.gov.uk or 01832 742113. » Less

Posted: Fri, 21 Jun 2019 10:33 by Hanneke Soans

Summer Fair - 22nd June - Parsons Green

Summer Fair - 22nd June - Parsons Green

Join the Town Council on Parsons Green on Saturday 22nd June to celebrate Summer.

2pm - 5pm

Posted: Wed, 29 May 2019 13:16 by Hanneke Soans

Government says yes to two unitary councils for Northamptonshire

Government says yes to two unitary councils for Northamptonshire.

Two brand new unitary councils will be established in Northamptonshire on 1st April 2021 (Vesting Day), the Government confirmed today. The North Northamptonshire unitary will cover Corby, East Northants, Kettering and Wellingborough and the West Northamptonshire unitary will cover Daventry, Northampton and South Northamptonshire.

The existing district and borough councils and Northamptonshire County Council will all be abolished. More »

Services which complement one another but are currently divided between the district, borough and county councils, such as bin collections, waste disposal, planning and roads, will be brought together under each of the two unitary councils. » Less

Posted: Tue, 14 May 2019 14:35 by Hanneke Soans