The next meeting of the Badby Parish Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group will be on Wednesday 20th September at 7:30 and all parishoners are welcome to attend.
Since the Windmil Inn is temporarily closed the meeting will be in the back room of The Maltsters.
As can be seen on the BPNP Agenda 20 September 2017, there are 2 spots for public participation. Draft notes of the meeting are available BPNP 9 August 2017 meeting notes.
The vacant seat on Badby Parish Council was filled at last week’s meeting by co-option. The new Parish Councillor is Naaman Ostah. Naaman has lived on Vicarage Hill in Badby for 2.5 years and would like to take the opportunity to serve the Badby community. He has previous experience in education – ranging from special needs to lecturing at De Montford University and project leading the setting up of multi-disciplinary collaborations throughout Nottingham Trent University.
Badby Parish Council welcomes Naaman and very much looks forward to working with him in the future. Details of how to contact Naaman will be published on the Parish Council page soon but, in the meantime, please forward any correspondence through the Clerk to the Parish Council.
The agenda for the next meeting which will take place on Wednesday 20th September is here.
On 10th August at the W.I. Meeting in the Village Hall, Badby, my distinctive brown mottled three-quarter length jacket with pleated collar went missing. It was hanging up on the coat rail in the village hall lobby area. At the end of the W.I. meeting, it had disappeared.
Any information regarding this would be very much appreciated.
Please contact Maggie Marshman, 01327 312018.
Badby School is holding a
Macmillan Coffee Morning
on Friday 29th September, 9.15 – 11.30am
in BADBY VILLAGE HALL.
Everyone welcome! Hope to see you there.
The Windmill Inn is presently closed and will be re-opening imminently under new management. Please note that the meeting on Wednesday of the Neighbourhood Plan Group will now be at The Maltsters Inn.
Northants County Council are inviting you to tell them about pharmacy services in your area.
The services we are looking at include local services that you receive from pharmacies (or chemists). To do a good job, we need to regularly review what services we have, what our local people need, and how things might change in the future. This process is called a ‘pharmaceutical needs assessment’ and we are preparing one at the moment for Northamptonshire with the help of a company called Primary Care Commissioning (PCC) who specialise in this kind of work.
Many people call them chemists but in this survey we use the word pharmacy. By a pharmacy, we mean a place you would use to get a prescription or buy medicines which you can only buy from a pharmacy. We don’t mean the pharmacy at a hospital or the part of a pharmacy where you buy beauty products.
Your views are important to us so please spare a few minutes to complete this questionnaire.
We really want and value your input, but if you don’t want to take part, please just ignore this questionnaire; your decision will not affect the care you receive from the NHS or your pharmacy in any way.
The questionnaire is anonymous; you don’t have to give your name and address. Any information you do give will not be linked to you.
The results of our questionnaire will be published in the draft pharmaceutical needs assessment for Northamptonshire which Northamptonshire County Council will consult on in December and January.
If you would like more information about the questionnaire or have questions on how to complete the questionnaire, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This consultation closes on 4 October 2017.
Details of this consultation and other past and present consultations are available on Northamptonshire County Council’s Consultation Register.
The society welcomes anyone who enjoys listening to recorded music in the congenial company of others. From Classical to Jazz, opera to Folk, Blues to Pop, we try to cater for all tastes. Meetings are held on the SECOND WEDNESDAY of each month from September to July, in BADBY VILLAGE HALL, starting at 7.30 pm.
Sept 13th I is FOR…..and J also, to make it a bit easier!
Members are invited to bring a favourite piece of music with title, composer or musician beginning with the letters I and J.
The annual subscription is £10. A donation of £1.50 per meeting attended is also requested to cover room charges. Visitors are welcome to meetings at £1.50 per head. Prospective members are welcome to attend up to three meetings on this basis before deciding whether they wish to join the Society. Information about the Society or any extra events can be obtained from the Secretary or any of the Officers listed below.
Chairman Pat Eaton 01327 705326; Secretary Roger Eaton 01327 705326; Treasurer Joan Turley 01327 702985
Here are the Background Papers for the meeting taking place on Monday 11th September.