News published January 2019
Final stage for plan to protect and grow South Northamptonshire
A major new policy document which will shape any changes in South Northants for years to come has been sent to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Five-time Olympian gives new pools seal of approval
Champion swimmer Mark Foster said he hopes the new pools will inspire future generations to stay healthy as he cut the ribbon on a £4.5m redevelopment of Brackley Leisure Centre last weekend.
Fund to help vulnerable people in private homes
Owner-occupiers and private tenants in South Northamptonshire are being urged to apply to a fund intended to help residents live safely and independently in their homes.
Have your say on litter picking and refuse collections
With a top ten recycling rate and as finalists in national awards, the South Northants Council (SNC) street cleaning and waste collection teams are asking residents what they think of their service.
Event to remove barriers to an active life
Anyone with a disability will be encouraged to Have A Go during a special event at Brackley Leisure Centre next month.
Working together to tackle rural crime
South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) along with our partners, held two events this week aimed at tackling rural crime.
British Olympian to officially open new pool and gym
There will be a day of free sporting activities as Olympic athlete and Strictly Come Dancing star Mark Foster cuts the ribbon on the new pool and gym at Brackley Leisure Centre next week.
Free after school sports sessions in Brackley and Towcester
Early evening sports sessions which are free to anyone aged 11 to 14, have kicked off in South Northamptonshire.