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Dog Fouling – The Facts

Daventry District Council Public Spaces Protection Order – Dog Fouling
There are approximately 8.5 million dogs in Britain depositing a vast amount of dog excrement. Daventry District Council receives a substantial number of complaints about dog fouling from members of the public. Some of the questions asked are as follows:-

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By |February 3rd, 2020|Local News|0 Comments

February 2020 Newsletter

Prospective parents are invited to attend an information evening to learn more about the proposed Buckton Fields Primary School, scheduled to now open in September 2021. This will be held on 25th February at 7pm at Pineham Barns Primary School NN4 9FF. For more information, please email […]

Dog Fouling Buckton Fields

Following complaints to the Parish Council of dog fouling on the areas of open space at Buckton Fields the Council has met with the Dog Warden at DDC. Signage has been put up on the entrances to the open spaces to remind dog owners of the fines they can face if they let their […]

By |January 29th, 2020|Local News|0 Comments

Inspector’s final Local Plan report published

A major policy document produced to help shape Daventry District’s future development is sound and complies with legal requirements, an independent examination has concluded.
Planning Inspector Gareth Wildgoose says the Daventry District Settlements and Countryside (Part 2) Local Plan provides an appropriate basis for the planning of the area, so long as a number of […]

By |January 17th, 2020|Local News|0 Comments

Daventry District best in England on reduction of household waste

Daventry District Council (DDC) recorded the largest per household reduction in the collection of general waste in England following the introduction of its new recycling service.
The Council collected 363 kilograms of rubbish per household in 2018/19 – a 12.7% decrease on the 416 kilograms collected the previous year.
That is the highest percentage reduction across […]

By |January 13th, 2020|Local News|0 Comments

Christmas Waste and Recycling Collections

Residents across Daventry District are being offered support to recycle as much as possible over the Christmas and New Year period.

That support includes an extra collection of the blue-lidded recycling bins in the week beginning Monday 23 December, as well as a kerbside collection of real Christmas trees in January.

Details of the extra recycling […]

By |December 4th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

December 2019 Newsletter

The Northamptonshire County Council (NCC) development control meeting that was to decide the NWRR planning application was delayed last month. This followed the Parish Council submitting its response to the proposal, which included advice from a planning barrister and transport expert that a decision to grant permission for […]

Could you help spread some comfort and joy this Christmas?

Warm-hearted residents can offer some cheer to people in need this Christmas by donating items to a festive parcel scheme.
The annual Comfort and Joy campaign helps those who are staying in refuges as a result of experiencing domestic abuse, as well as other vulnerable families who are struggling at Christmas.
Jointly organised by the Daventry […]

By |November 21st, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

November 2019 Newsletter

Pupils from the village school will be once again planting bulbs in the Pocket Park. As last year, each class will plant in a different part of the park, and visitors will be able to see the flowers in bloom from January until to July.


By |November 12th, 2019|Village Newsletter|0 Comments

Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert

Boughton Parish Council has been asked by Northamptonshire Police to support raising awareness of Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert.

This simple, free system allows people to sign up to receive messages from Northamptonshire Police and partners such as Neighbourhood Watch by email.

This can range from information about crime prevention, local issues and engagement events and it helps […]

By |November 11th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments
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