Grange Park Parish Council

Great Place Positive Community

Community Centre Side

Clerk: Mrs Tracy Sampson
Grange Park Parish Office
Community Centre, School Lane
Grange Park, Northamptonshire
NN4 5FZ

Tel: 01604 702938

Here you will find information about what is happening in your area Grange Park . If you would like to contact the Parish Council, or you can't find the information you're looking for please contact us .

We would also love to hear from you about what you would like to see on this site - we want this to be the place to find out what's on .


Latest News

LIPs Summary

LIPs Summary

Posted: Sat, 30 Apr 2022 15:07 by Mark Wilson

South Northants - You said, we did . . . . .

You, our Community chose your Local Policing Priorities for the period January to March 2022 as Road Safety, Drugs and Acquisitive crime.

During this period, we have worked with Parish Councils, Town Council, Highways, Housing Agencies, Safer Roads Team, Neighbourhood Watch, and other partner agencies in order to identify issues and concerns and tackle these.

Towcester Food Bank

Towcester Food Bank

Posted: Mon, 25 Apr 2022 19:05 by Mark Wilson

If you are worried about debt, benefits, housing and anything else…
Drop in to see an advisor
Every Tuesday between 12 noon – 2pm
St John Ambulance Hall, Islington Road, Towcester, NN12 6AU

Electrical items recycling service extended to Daventry area

Posted: Wed, 06 Apr 2022 10:07 by Tracy Sampson

Electrical items recycling service extended to Daventry area

Residents in the Daventry area of West Northants are now able to recycle small electrical items and batteries as part of their kerbside collections. More »

Under the scheme, people can place old electrical items no bigger than the volume of a plastic carrier bag on top of their black general waste bin for collection every three weeks.

Household batteries and any small item with a plug or battery can be recycled, including hairdryers, kettles, toasters, hair straighteners, power tools, electrical toys, phones, remote controls, radios, clippers and shavers.

All the items collected are then separated into different components for reuse, recycling or safe disposal.

The new service brings the Daventry area into line with Northampton and South Northants, where these collections are already offered.

Councillor Phil Larratt, Portfolio Holder for Environment, Highways, Transport and Waste on West Northamptonshire Council, said: "The kerbside collection of small electrical items and batteries has proven very popular in the Northampton and South Northants areas, so we're very pleased to be able to extend this service to our residents across the Daventry area.

"Many of us have broken or older unwanted items to dispose of, but these items contain valuable plastics and metals that can be recovered or recycled for use in new products. There are a finite amount of precious materials on the planet, so it's very important we reuse as many of them as we can.

"I'm always impressed by how quickly our residents embrace new methods of recycling, and I'm sure the people of the Daventry area will make very good use of this new service."

Larger electrical items such as washing machines and fridges should be taken to household waste recycling centres or can be collected through the council's bulky waste collection service.

Car batteries and industrial batteries can be also taken to the household waste recycling centres.

For more information about waste and recycling services across West Northamptonshire, visit https://www.westnorthants.gov.uk/bins-recycling-and-street-cleaning » Less