Hartwell Parish Council

Serving the people of Hartwell

Hartwell Church

Clerk: Lynn Lavender

Tel: 07947 723200

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1 week to deadline for Community Grant Applications

Thu, 30 Aug 2018 12:25

Community Grant Application for Financial Year 2019/2020 - 1 week to deadline for application

Please download attached documents and return them to Lynn Lavender, the Parish Council Clerk at the address provided.

Grant Applications for 2019/2020 and any supporting documentation must be received by the Parish Clerk no later than 5.00 pm Thursday 6th September 2018.

Venue:Hartwell Parish CouncilContact:Lynn Lavender clerk@hartwellparishcouncil.gov.uk

Venue:
Parish Council Office
Contact:
Lynn Lavender
Documents:
Community Grant - Application Form 2019/2020 (PDF, 117 Kb)
Community Grant Application 2019/2020 - Guidance (PDF, 413 Kb)
Tags: News

Health Walks in Hartwell

Sat, 01 Sep 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' car park 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

Royal British Legion Event

Sat, 01 Sep 2018 12:00

Becketts Park Northampton 12.00 noon to 6pm
Saturday 1st September 2018


Band of The Royal Artillery
The D-Day Darlings,
The Daisies,
Northampton Male Voice Choir
Thrapston Town Band
Military Vehicle Display
Refreshment Stalls
Children's Amusements


FREE ADMISSION

Venue:
Becketts Park Northampton
Contact:
01604 604380
Documents:
Royal British Legion Invitation (PDF, 171 Kb)
Tags: News

St John the Baptist Communion Praise

Sun, 02 Sep 2018 10:30

All Age Service with Communion

Service starts at 10:30am for 1 hour

Venue:
St John the Baptist Church, Hartwell
Contact:
Lynda Newman 07941 861479

Hartwell Tuesday Circle - Life of the Shoemaker

Tue, 04 Sep 2018 14:00

This afternoon we will be having a talk by our local historian on the life of a shoemaker in 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

Summer Stroll with George

Wed, 05 Sep 2018 18:45

These walks are a great opportunity to get fit and enjoy the area surrounding the village. The walks start from outside Hartwell primary school Main Gate at the corner of Hillside and School Lane. They last about an hour.

They are open to all and are free.

I have been trained as a walk leader by South Northants Council so that I can lead these walks.

George

Venue:
Hartwell school Main Gate
Contact:
George Jones 01604 864100 after 6pm

Deadline for Community Grant Applications is today

Thu, 06 Sep 2018 12:25

All Community Grant Applications for Finacial Year 2019/2020 must with the Parish Clerk by 5.00 pm today

Please download attached documents and return them to Lynn Lavender, the Parish Council Clerk at the address provided.

Grant Applications for 2019/2020 and any supporting documentation must be received by the Parish Clerk no later than 5.00 pm. Documents received after this date and time will not be considered.

Venue:Hartwell Parish CouncilContact:Lynn Lavender clerk@hartwellparishcouncil.gov.uk

Venue:
Parish Council Office
Contact:
Lynn Lavender
Documents:
Community Grant - Application Form 2019/2020 (PDF, 117 Kb)
Community Grant Application 2019/2020 - Guidance (PDF, 413 Kb)
Tags: News

180th Anniversary of Roade Railway Cutting

Sat, 08 Sep 2018 12:00

Exhibition Celebrating the 180th Anniversary of Roade Railway Cutting

Venue:
Roade Village Hall, Bailey Brooks Lane, Roade, NN7 2LS
Contact:
Chris Hillyard 07743 423474
Documents:
180th Anniversary of Roade Railway Cutting (Word Document, 1.5 Mb)
Tags: News

180th Anniversary of Roade Railway Cutting

Sun, 09 Sep 2018 10:00

Exhibition Celebrating the 180th Anniversary of Roade Railway Cutting

Venue:
Roade Village Hall, Bailey Brooks Lane, Roade, NN7 2LS
Contact:
Chris Hillyard 07743 423474
Documents:
180th Anniversary of Roade Railway Cutting (Word Document, 1.5 Mb)

Hartwell Parish Council Meeting

Thu, 13 Sep 2018 19:30

Full Hartwell Parish Council Meeting

Venue:
The Lounge, Hartwell Community Centre, School Lane
Contact:
Lynn Lavender 07947 723200
Agenda:
Agenda - Full Parish Council's Meeting 2018 09 13 (PDF, 312 Kb)
Minutes:
Minutes - Full Parish Council's Meeting 2018 07 12 (PDF, 271 Kb)

Hartwell Pocket Park - The Annual Hay Rake with hot dogs and a sip of cider

Sat, 15 Sep 2018 14:00

Hartwell Pocket Park Annual Hay Rake always great fun and an event not to be missed

A great way to find out more about our Pocket Park is to come along to this event and lend a hand with raking the hay

As usual there is plenty of tea and cake to hand plus hot dogs and a sip of cider

The park relies on the work of volunteers so please do come along and lend a hand

Any time you can spare to help us maintain the park is much appreciated.

Tools are provided

Coming tidying sessions in 2018:

Saturday 13 October 2 - 4 p.m. Tidying session

Saturday 17 November 2 – 4 p.m. Tidying session.

Venue:
Hartwell Pocket Park
Contact:
Derek Hawley 01604 862533

Hartwell Tuesday Circle - The Samaritans

Tue, 18 Sep 2018 14:00

This afternoon we will be having a talk about the work of The Samaritans

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

5Ways Byfield Barbershop Harmony Chorus

Fri, 21 Sep 2018 19:30

5Ways Barbershop Chorus will be entertaining us at the church tonight from 7.30pm.

Entrance fee: Adults £5.00 each Children under 11 years £3.50 each

Cheese and wine/coffee/tea will be served during the interval.

Raffle tickets will be on sale on the night.

5ways Chorus are a group of men who love to sing in the Barbershop style. Founded in 2003 they have quickly established themselves both locally and nationally as a chorus dedicated to the enjoyment of acapella (unaccompanied) 4 part harmony. Their infectious enthusiasm is guaranteed to put a smile on your face with a programme ranging from 19th century minstrel songs through to popular songs by the Everly Brothers, the Beach Boys, Walt Disney and even Queen! Their repertoire is always growing.

Venue:
St John the Baptist Church
Contact:
Carol Buck 01604 862911
Tags: News

Health Walks in Hartwell

Sat, 22 Sep 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' car park 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