Daventry District Council - Help shape the future of bin collections
Daventry District Council are seeking your views on the future of bin collections as their present contract with Amey/Enterprise comes to an end in 2018.
The consultation has now begun and if you click on the link below, you can access further information and provide your views by taking part in the online survey. The consultation closed on 31st March 2016.
Click on the link below to see collection timetable
Library Services (including the Mobile Library)
There are three main services which the Library Service offer which mean you can still enjoy the Library Service even if you are unable to visit your local library. Please follow the link below for details:
Bus Timetables - Service No 60 - operated by Centrebus
Service No 60 bus runs from Creaton to Northampton and if you click on the link below you will find the timetable which was published in October 2016. The pcik-up/drop-off is on the Brixworth Road, near the pedestrian access to the playing field. The bus stops on the Welford Road are no longer on the timetable.
Monthly News Update from Northamptonshire County Council
If you are interested in what's happening in Northampton/Northamptonshire you can find further information by following the link below:
Daventry District Council - link for all services provided.
Opening Hours at Brixworth Recycling Centre
The hours for the Brixworth Centre are below:
|MONDAY||10 AM TO 6 PM|
|THURSDAY||10 AM TO 6 PM|
|FRIDAY||10 AM TO 6 PM|
|SATURDAY||10 AM TO 6 PM|
|SUNDAY||10 AM TO 6 PM|
Further information on what can be recycled can be found at the following link:
Join the Big Switch and you could save money
Big Switch Daventry District harnesses people power in a bid to secure a better deal on gas and electricity for those who sign up.
Daventry District Council is working with switching partner iChoosr to use collective purchasing power to secure better energy deals for our residents. The Daventry District scheme links to a wider national scheme with many other Council's taking part to ensure a good collective is achieved obtaining the lowest energy tariffs possible.
The last 'Winter' auction saw over 22,000 households take part nationally, with more than 400 households in the District registering to take part and over 270 households deciding to switch to the lower energy tariff offered.
If you would like to find our more please click here which will take you to the relevant pages on Daventry District Council's website