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Hartwell Parish Council

Serving the people of Hartwell

Clerk: Sarah Fuller
1 Hazel Close, Hartwell
Northamptonshire NN7 2LA

Tel: 07947 723200

What's On

We endeavour to publicise local events and are always pleased to be contacted with details. We cannot accept any responsibilities for external information provided nor any web-links.

Hartwell WI - "Our Trip to Peru"

Thu, 01 Feb 2018 19:45

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit Peru. Tonight we hear about it from someone who has been there.

New members are very welcome - so don't hesitate to pop along and meet new friends. We meet on the first Thursday of every month.

Venue:
Hartwell Community Centre
Contact:
Claire Griffiths 01604 862708

Health Walks in Hartwell

Sat, 03 Feb 2018 11:00

Health Walks in Hartwell aim to provide opportunities for people to take free, easy and beneficial exercise. You don't need any specialist equipment; just dress sensibly for the weather and wear appropriate footwear. There is no need to book; just turn up on the day!

These walks take a circular route of between three and four miles starting from the 'Club' and finishing at St John the Baptist church for tea and biscuits. We mainly use public footpaths and bridleways only resorting to roads when necessary. Areas visited include Ashton, Roade and Salcey Forest giving a good variety of terrain.

There is no charge to participate, you just have to fill out a short registration form. I have been trained as a walk leader by South Northants Council so that I can lead these walks.

George

Venue:
'The Club' in Forest Road
Contact:
George Jones 01604 864100 after 6pm

Pizza, Praise and Puppets

Sun, 04 Feb 2018 16:30

A short 30 minute fun service aimed at young families with children under 10. There will be craft activities, Bible stories enacted by puppets and a piece of pizza and refreshments afterwards.

This event is organised by the Archway Trust

Venue:
St John the Baptist Church, Hartwell
Contact:
Ian Messenger 07919 457400

Hartwell Tuesday Circle - The Great Fire of Northampton

Tue, 06 Feb 2018 14:00

This afternoon we will be having a talk about The Great Fire of Northampton

We would like to welcome new members to the Hartwell Tuesday Circle - a club for, shall we say, people of a slightly more advanced age who enjoy being entertained and meeting others for a chat. We meet once a fortnight (the first and third Tuesdays) at 2 p.m. in the community centre.

If you would like to come to see what we are all about then either just turn up or ring me on 01604 862708. We charge £2.50 for members and £4 for non members plus a £10 annual fee to cover the cost of hiring the hall and paying the speakers. You will be plied with tea and coffee and on a good day even cake!

We look forward to seeing you.

Claire

Venue:
Hartwell Community Centre, School Lane, Hartwell, NN7 2HL
Contact:
Claire Griffiths 01604 862708

Parish Council Meeting

Thu, 08 Feb 2018 19:30

Parish Council Meeting

Venue:
The Lounge, School Lane, Hartwell
Contact:
cllr.barker@gmail.com
Documents:
Agenda - Full Parish Council Meeting 2018 02 08 (PDF, 457 Kb)
Tags: Agendas

Mobile library visit

Wed, 14 Feb 2018 16:45

The Mobile Library calls once on the second Wednesday of every month in Hartwell.

The library is parked by No 11 Blacksmiths Way arriving at 4.45 and leaves at 5.10 pm

The mobile library has fiction and non fiction books, audio books, large print books and children's books. It also has greeting cards, stamps and dvd stock for sale.

This library can also be used for bus pass applications where an applicant is not able to make an online application.

There is a disability access lift.

Next month's visit will be: Wednesday 14th March

Venue:
Blacksmith's Way
Contact:
Mike, Mike.Hood@firstforwellbeing.co.uk

Hartwell Tuesday Circle - The Funeral Profession

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 14:00

This afternoon we will be having a talk about The Funeral Profession

We would like to welcome new members to the Hartwell Tuesday Circle - a club for, shall we say, people of a slightly more advanced age who enjoy being entertained and meeting others for a chat. We meet once a fortnight (the first and third Tuesdays) at 2 p.m. in the community centre.

If you would like to come to see what we are all about then either just turn up or ring me on 01604 862708. We charge £2.50 for members and £4 for non members plus a £10 annual fee to cover the cost of hiring the hall and paying the speakers. You will be plied with tea and coffee and on a good day even cake!

We look forward to seeing you.

Claire

Venue:
Hartwell Community Centre, School Lane, Hartwell, NN7 2HL
Contact:
Claire Griffiths 01604 862708

Health Walks in Hartwell

Sat, 24 Feb 2018 11:00

Health Walks in Hartwell aim to provide opportunities for people to take free, easy and beneficial exercise. You don't need any specialist equipment; just dress sensibly for the weather and wear appropriate footwear. There is no need to book; just turn up on the day!

These walks take a circular route of between three and four miles starting from the 'Club' and finishing at St John the Baptist church for tea and biscuits. We mainly use public footpaths and bridleways only resorting to roads when necessary. Areas visited include Ashton, Roade and Salcey Forest giving a good variety of terrain.

There is no charge to participate, you just have to fill out a short registration form. I have been trained as a walk leader by South Northants Council so that I can lead these walks.

George

Venue:
'The Club' in Forest Road
Contact:
George Jones 01604 864100 after 6pm

Hartwell WI - Needle Felting

Thu, 01 Mar 2018 19:45

Why not come along and meet some new people and find out about the craft of Needle Felting.

New members are very welcome - so don't hesitate to pop along and meet new friends. We meet on the first Thursday of every month.

Venue:
Hartwell Community Centre
Contact:
Claire Griffiths 01604 862708

Health Walks in Hartwell

Sat, 03 Mar 2018 11:00

Health Walks in Hartwell aim to provide opportunities for people to take free, easy and beneficial exercise. You don't need any specialist equipment; just dress sensibly for the weather and wear appropriate footwear. There is no need to book; just turn up on the day!

These walks take a circular route of between three and four miles starting from the 'Club' and finishing at St John the Baptist church for tea and biscuits. We mainly use public footpaths and bridleways only resorting to roads when necessary. Areas visited include Ashton, Roade and Salcey Forest giving a good variety of terrain.

There is no charge to participate, you just have to fill out a short registration form. I have been trained as a walk leader by South Northants Council so that I can lead these walks.

George

Venue:
'The Club' in Forest Road
Contact:
George Jones 01604 864100 after 6pm