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Health & Wellbeing for All Event Sat 28th April

Health & Wellbeing for All Event Sat 28th April

Mon, 23 Apr 2018 10:55 by Parish Office

FREE Event: Saturday 28th of April 2-5pm:

Health & Wellbeing for All.

(Main Hall) Moulton Community Centre, Sandy Hill, Reedings, Moulton, Northants NN3 7AX

Speak to Stallholders about your Health & Wellbeing. Information for all age-groups ranging from classes, meetings, activities and therapies available to you and organisations who can help you to manage health, lifestyle and existing conditions.
Over 30 stallholders including:
Moulton Surgery, Northants ACRE (who will be bringing their Rural Wellbeing Information Bus!), Learn2B, Sing & Sign for Babies and Parents, Baby Basics, Linking Lives, White Tiger Taekwondo, the Spotlight Dance School (with special guest ,Tinkerbell!), Jane from Work It Out Me, Little Acorns Preschool, Margaret Oakley Yoga (for people with limited mobility), Rethink Mental Illness, New Dimensions Fitness, Community Law, ADHD Matters and Autism East Midlands, Team Rehab UK (physiotherapy and back pain experts), Dementia UK, NAB (Northamptonshire Association for the Blind), Moulton Allotments, Men's Sheds, Scentsy, Neal's Yard, Back & Body Clinic, Nagarjuna Kadampa Meditation Centre, Cynthia Spencer Hospice, Care and Repair DDC, Age UK, Moulton Parish Church, Moulton Therapies and The Dunstone Bennett Complementary Centre, Northamptonshire Young People's Team, Bluebird Care, Live at Home, The Happy You Project, Slimming World, and the Daventry Citizens Advice Bureau.
The Fire Service will be bringing a real Fire Engine too!
Our Health & Wellbeing Choir will also be performing at the start of the event!
Complimentary Refreshments served by our Good Neighbour Volunteers too! ☕️🍰🍇🍐🍊🍏 More »

We look forward to seeing you there!

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NAB mobile unit

NAB mobile unit

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 12:40 by Parish Office

We are pleased to confirm that the NAB Mobile Unit will be operating in May 2018 , located at MOULTON, Moulton Village Autos, Stocks Hill, Moulton on Wednesday May 9th between 1.30pm and 2.30pm

Please make this visit known to blind or residents with sight problems, or their carers. More »

If you know of a suitable location, not specifically covered by our schedule, please e mail me or Malcolm Greenway on malcolm@nab.org.uk

The latest copy of VIEWPOINT is available on www.nab.org.uk

Ray Foster
Marketing Volunteer
Email: ray@nab.org.uk

Northamptonshire Association for the Blind
Your Local Sight Loss Charity

Helpline: 01604 719193
Email: helpline@nab.org.uk Visit: www.nab.org.uk
Head Office: 37 Harborough Road, Northampton, NN2 7BB.
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New recycling wheelie bin deliveries

New recycling wheelie bin deliveries

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 11:44 by Parish Office

Dear Residents

Please see below a news update on the new recycling wheelie bins which will start to be delivered to homes across Daventry District from Monday, 23 April.

Deliveries to all homes will take place over the next five weeks in the run-up to the new service starting on 4 June. Households are asked to store the bins and continue using their recycling boxes until the new service starts. More »

New recycling bins to be delivered District-wide

New recycling bins are being delivered to households across Daventry District in preparation for changes to the collection service this summer.

The blue-lidded wheelie bins will replace the red and blue recycling boxes from 4 June, removing the need for residents to separate their recyclables and providing extra space to recycle large cardboard.

They are being delivered to nearly 38,000 households over the course of the next five weeks ahead of the new 1-2-3+ Collection Service, which is being introduced by Daventry District Council (DDC) and its new environmental services partner Daventry Norse.

Anyone who does not receive their new bin by 31 May should contact DDC by emailing recycling@daventrydc.gov.uk or phoning 01327 871100. Residents who do not receive a bin within two days of their neighbours receiving theirs should also get in touch with the Council.

People should continue to use their old recycling boxes until the last collection before the new service starts on 4 June.

It is not planned to collect the boxes after the switchover. Once washed out they can be put to a range of different uses, or alternatively taken to a household waste recycling centre.

Collected fortnightly, the new blue-lidded bins will give people more space for recycling over two weeks than the current weekly box collections, and will help stop items getting wet or blowing away.

They form part of the new 1-2-3+ Collection Service, which will comprise:

  • 1: a weekly food waste collection
  • 2: a fortnightly mixed recycling collection in a new blue-lidded wheelie bin
  • 3: A general waste black bin collection every three weeks
  • +: An optional fortnightly garden waste service for an annual fee of £35 per bin, per year.

More details about the new service, including information about changes to collection days, will be sent out to households in the coming weeks.

For more information, visit www.daventrydc.gov.uk/binchanges

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