News published October 2018
Consultation opens on name for new council to serve west Northamptonshire
People across the west of Northamptonshire are from today being asked what they think the proposed new unitary council should be called.
Council supports Poppy volunteers in build up to centenary commemorations
Members, management and front line staff from South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) stood in Towcester Waitrose this week to show Poppy Appeal collection volunteers the community is behind them.
Bulky waste service gets streamlined
Our channel shift process is making it quicker and easier for residents to book one of its most popular services – bulky waste collections.
Brackley clubs united over job prospects
The trophy winning success of Brackley Town FC (BTFC) could rub-off on a lucky job hunter when team representatives visit Brackley Job Club next week.
Council helps Legion launch 2018 Poppy Appeal
There was bright autumn sunshine this week as standard bearers and members of the Royal British Legion (RBL) gathered in front of The Forum in Towcester to launch this year’s Poppy Appeal.
Council issues advice on disposal of clinical waste
Following national headlines, South Northamptonshire Council is advising residents of the correct way to dispose of clinical waste.
Have a healthy half term with activity sessions
The countdown is on to the half term activity programme after a summer which saw record attendance.
Dozens show true grit for Chairman’s Fun Run
Despite the rain more than £500 was raised for hospices serving South Northamptonshire during a fun run around Towcester Watermeadows last Sunday.
Witnesses sought following reports of suspicious puppy sales
Anyone who is offered puppies for sale under suspicious circumstances is urged to contact South Northamptonshire Council (SNC).
Important milestone reached in Local Plan for South Northamptonshire
People and businesses with an interest in South Northamptonshire have one last chance to have their say on refreshed planning policies which will guide future development in the district.