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|Posted by Webmaster on January 25, 2016 at 9:45 AM||comments (0)|
Burglary non dwelling, Murcott , 1700 – 2000 11/1
Burglary non dwelling, Station Road, 1700 12/1 – 0900 13/1
Theft from motor vehicle, The Banks, 0100 – 0800 24/1
|Posted by Webmaster on January 14, 2016 at 3:00 PM||comments (0)|
If you are a soon to be mum, would you like to participate in an NHS ran Infant observation course?
I am currently a student working towards a clinical psychotherapist qualification ran by the NHS. Part of the requirement is to observe how a baby learns about it's world as it grows up. The observation would be once a week for an hour at your convenience for two years. If you are interested in participating please email [email protected] or phone me on 01327 871496
it is a professional course - http://www.nscap.org.uk/content/clinical-trainings
|Posted by Webmaster on December 23, 2015 at 4:10 AM||comments (0)|
Long Buckby.net now has a new Facebook page to go along side the popular Twitter account.
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|Posted by Webmaster on December 11, 2015 at 12:45 PM||comments (0)|
Theft from motor vehicle, Church Street, 0800 27/11 – 1800 28/11
Criminal damage to dwellings, The Banks, 2230 20/11 – 0045 21/11
Burglary, Ryehill, 0830 3/12 – 1700 3/12
Anti social behaviour, reports of in West Street
|Posted by Webmaster on December 11, 2015 at 12:45 PM||comments (0)|
Council renews warning over phone scam in Daventry District
Residents in Daventry District are urged to be on their guard from a Council Tax rebate phone fraud.
Fraudsters have been phoning victims telling them that they have been placed in the wrong council tax bracket for a number of years and are entitled to a rebate.
They normally say that this rebate should be worth about £7,000. Once the victim is convinced, the fraudster tells them that in order to receive the rebate they will need to pay an administration fee in advance.
The payment they ask for varies between £60–£350. The victim provides the details and makes the payment, but then is no longer able to make contact with the person they spoke to on the phone.
When they phone their council about the rebate and the fact that they are in the wrong tax bracket, the council will confirm that they know nothing about it and that they have been contacted by fraudsters.
The fraudsters have mainly been targeting both male and female victims who are aged 60 and over.
*Never respond to unsolicited phone calls.
* Your local council won’t ever phone out-of-the-blue to discuss a council tax rebate. If you receive a call of this nature, put the phone down straight away.
* No legitimate organisation will ask you to pay an advanced fee in order to receive money, so never give them your card details.
* If you think you have been a victim of fraud, hang up the phone and wait five minutes to clear the line as fraudsters sometimes keep the line open. Then call your bank or card issuer to report the fraud. Where it is possible use a different phone line to make the phone call.
*If you believe that you have been a victim of fraud you can report it online http://www.actionfraud.police.uk/report_fraud or by telephone 0300 123 2040.
Phone calls from Daventry District Council will be displayed as 01327 871100.
If you are unsure about a caller claiming to be from DDC, please contact the Council to verify the identity of a Council Official by phoning the main number on 01327 871100.
|Posted by Webmaster on November 24, 2015 at 2:05 PM||comments (0)|
Attempt theft from outbuildings, West Haddon Road, 1700 4/11 – 1712 14 /11
Theft from motor vehicle, 1700 14/11 – 0800 15/11
Theft from motor vehicle, 2000 17/11 – 0715 18/11
Theft of garden items, Ashmore, 1200 13/11 – 1200 15/11
Theft from motor vehicle, Ashwells Lane, 1500 15/11 – 0800 16/11
Criminal damage to padlock, Eldon Close, 2200 17/11 – 0300 18/11
Interference with motor vehicle, 1700 – 1745 17/11
Theft from motor vehicle, High Street, 1700 – 1730 17/11
Please keep a look out when you are out and about, if you see any suspicious activity around our Churches. Recent lead and copper thefts from our lovely old village churches are a concern. Call the police as soon as it is safe for you to do so, if you feel something is out of place, it really does not matter if it turns out to be innocent we would rather check concerns out.
Theft from motor vehicles
We have suffered a number of thefts from working vans, tools etc being taken. Please if you have alarms fitted do set them even if you are only leaving your vehicle for the shortest of periods.
Consider storing your expensive tools in a safer environment where possible.
|Posted by Webmaster on November 13, 2015 at 11:20 AM||comments (0)|
Criminal damage, West Street, 2001 – 2010 27/10
Theft of motor vehicle, The Leys, 1830 30/10 – 1000 1/11
Burglary , Ashmore, 1430 31/10 – 1720 1/11
Long Buckby Wharf
Theft of farm items, 1200 7/11 – 073 9/11
Also Issues of concern…
Just reported from Warwickshire area, a horse not far from our border was found with a plait in its mane. Advice as always is to remove this marking asap, let your local officer know as this helps officers to be aware as to potential threat to horse thefts.
Attempt theft of a horse although South of Daventry, the horse was not harmed, at the time of this incident I attempted to visit as many stables as possible and many residents with horses kindly offered to spread this awareness to other horse owners.
Horse tack theft is once again a concern, recent theft of such items on our area. (if you would like any security advice and or your Horse tack marking please let me know and I will make enquiries).
Theft of trailers, again if you have a trailer please keep it as secure as possible. (Any security advice please get in touch)
Yesterday a resident in Crick spoke to me letting me know that she was out walking with her dogs she felt that two males , unknown to her, were taking a little too much interest in her dogs. Advice to anyone please if you feel that you have seen someone acting in a suspicious manner, get yourself to a safe place and call the police as soon as possible. If you have serious concerns call 999.
|Posted by Webmaster on November 12, 2015 at 3:30 AM||comments (0)|
Volunteer – to help with PR and Marketing
Long Buckby Green Spaces is the voluntary group that manages Cotton End Park. We are becoming a Charity and are thinking of ways to engage more with the local community and generate income for the maintenance and development of the site.
We are looking for a volunteer to take an active role in:
They could be a member of the Management Committee and a Trustee of the Charity, and would work with a team of people who are all strongly committed to the development and success of the park.
If you could help in this way, please contact Daniel Tabor on 07980 839950.
|Posted by Webmaster on October 13, 2015 at 10:30 AM||comments (0)|
My name is Tracy Turner and I am the Promotional Events Coordinator for Daventry District Timebank, which is situated at New Street Day Centre, next to Tesco’s in Daventry.
Daventry District Timebank was launched in May of 2012, thanks to the funding from Daventry District Housing.
It is one of the Volunteer Centre’s projects based in Daventry but covering the Daventry District.
There are now over 200 members, most of whom are actively helping others or receiving help themselves.
Timebank is a way for people to share their skills with others in the community and be rewarded for it – in time. For every hour of help they give, providing a service for another member, they will receive one time credit. They can spend their time credits getting help for themselves from other Timebank members.
Some of the skills of the people who have already joined Timebank included the following:-
Shopping, Ironing, Dog Walking, House Sitting, Gardening, Being shown how to use a computer, knitting for someone, Teaching English to members, Teaching a member how to read. In fact there are too many to list.
We are looking to take on new members from the age of 18 & 30, and by sending you this email I hope that I can come in and chat to your younger clientele.
I would very much appreciate if you could e-mail me on [email protected] so that I can arrange an appointment.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Tracy Turner - Promotional Events Coordinator
Daventry District Time Bank
|Posted by Webmaster on October 12, 2015 at 9:25 AM||comments (0)|
Coming here soon, during the next few weeks officers will be talking to children in their area schools advising them about safety and consideration this coming Halloween. I have some ‘NO TRICK OR TREAT’ cards that you can place in your window/door if you would prefer not to be disturbed by children calling.
Theft from site, Station Road, 1200 3/10 – 0700 5/10
Criminal damage to building, Greenhill Road, 0900 1/10 – 0900 3/10
Criminal damage to building, West Street, 0237 – 0437 18/7
Theft of items in garden, High Stack, 1700 1/10 – 0830 2/10
Theft of items in garden, High Stack, 1700 5/10 – 1200 6/10
Theft of motor vehicle, High Street, 2000 – 2100 29/9
Criminal damage, Holyoake Terrace, 1021 27/9 – 1021 28/9
Theft from motor vehicle, Holyoake Terrace, 1900 6/10 – 0605 7/10
Theft from motor vehicle, Railway Station area, Station Road, 1400 3/10 – 2245 5/10
|Posted by Webmaster on October 5, 2015 at 12:35 PM||comments (0)|
Long Buckby Guides
Opportunity for Fun & Volunteering
Long Buckby Guides (10-15yrs) are an active unit within our village and are part of the leading charity for girls and women in the UK. The current leader has been fantastic but has made the hard decision to leave at October half term. To allow the unit to continue we are looking for a team of adults who can commit to attending meetings, organising fun and challenging activities for the Guides. To help this team we are also looking for a range of people from those who could spare a few hours each term (prepare activities, accounts, manage waiting list) to those who could help at one meeting a month.
The Guide meetings are currently weekly but this is entirely flexible depending on the availability of the leaders that come forward. For instance many units now meet on a monthly basis for one day at a weekend.
Do something amazing – help us to give girls in the village more opportunities for fun, friendship, challenge and adventure.
Want more information on this rewarding and fun role?
Contact Angela, 01327 844143, [email protected]
|Posted by Webmaster on October 5, 2015 at 11:40 AM||comments (0)|
WW1 FAMILY CONNECTIONS - THE BRINGTONS
Brington History Society is currently researching the men on the parish war memorial for an exhibition to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme 1 July 1916.
We would be very grateful if any family descendants of the following could contact us so our researchers can follow-up the all-important personal details:
George E Anderson, Robert Anderson,William T Anderson, Bertie F Andrew, George Callow, Wilfrid J Callow, Thomas Chandler, Joseph Durham, Walter George, George S R Harmsworth, Herbert J Hawgood, Albert Hawtin, Arthur Haynes, Norman C Holtby, Richard E Kimbell, Francis G Manning, Frank Manning, Lewis W Manning, John Marriott, Herbert G L Martin, John N Morley, Harry Oliver, Charles W Redley, William E Redley, Charles Richardson, Ernest J Stowe,
Horace A Tarpley, Albert Treadgold.
We would also be very grateful for any information relating to the Bringtons and Nobottle in the First World War, no matter how insignificant it might seem.
Please contact Ian Dexter, the Secretary, on 01604 771353 [email protected]
|Posted by Webmaster on September 30, 2015 at 6:00 AM||comments (0)|
Sarah Cooke holds pre school ballet and movement classes from age 2 and currently also has places in the Rception and Year 1 ballet class
Please email: [email protected] for further information
|Posted by Webmaster on September 15, 2015 at 1:00 PM||comments (0)|
Clancy Docwra on behalf of Anglian Water, are requiring to install a hydrant in the carriageway of Church Street. (at the King Street end)
To undertake this work safely will require that the road is closed to through traffic for up to two days from the 8th December 2015.
|Posted by Webmaster on September 14, 2015 at 9:35 AM||comments (0)|
We have asked to advertise and see if anyone in the area would be willing to offer a car share to work in Crick.
They need to be in Crick for 10pm start and finishes at 6am, happy to pay petrol/diesel money.
Phone Karithe if you can help on 07974 427000.
|Posted by Webmaster on September 10, 2015 at 7:05 PM||comments (0)|
There is a National Campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and hoping to save a few lives.
Project SHOUT: Shouting About Carbon Monoxide Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Please visit http://projectshout.com/ for more information.
|Posted by Webmaster on September 8, 2015 at 9:40 AM||comments (0)|
Burglary non dwelling, Station Road, 1700 28/8 – 0700 1/9
Criminal damage to vehicle, High Street (car park), 0900 28/8 – 0900 31/8
Criminal damage to vehicle, Church Street, 1700 27/8 – 0530 28/8
Theft from vehicle, West Street, 1200 6/9 – 1145 7/9
Theft garden items, Ryehill Close, 1700 20/8 – 07000 21/8
|Posted by Webmaster on September 4, 2015 at 6:20 AM||comments (0)|
The Long Buckby Youth Centre re-opens after the summer break on Friday 11 September 2015.
New for this term is that the Senior group (11 to 16 years olds) will meet after the Juniors at 7.45pm until 9.00pm on Fridays.
The Juniors will meet at a new time of 6.15pm until 7.30pm.
Visit our website at www.longbuckbyyc.org.uk for more details, and to print out application forms for new members.
The Youth Centre is run by volunteers who need further help from the community. If you have some time spare please contact the Centre through their website (details on the Clubs, groups and Charities page) – or just go along and speak with the Team.
|Posted by Webmaster on September 3, 2015 at 3:25 AM||comments (0)|
An unusual look at history through great paintings
“BRUSHSTROKES OF HISTORY”
Including Manet’s The Bar at the Folies Bergère, van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait, Picasso’s Guernica and many more!
Tutor: David Price
First meeting: 7th October 3.30-5 pm for 9 weeks
Venue: Baptist Church School Rooms, Long Buckby
Please phone Joan Holah 01604 770030
[email protected] for further information.
|Posted by Webmaster on August 27, 2015 at 8:10 AM||comments (0)|
The local Stay and Play is held every Friday in term time at the Long Buckby Community Centre from 9.30am til 11.30am.
It is 50p entrance with lots of toys and activities for children to enjoy. Suitable for ages 0-5.
They are also hosting a Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 25th September.