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21 November 2014
Northamptonshire County Council to lead on emergency shelter plan
Northamptonshire County Council’s Emergency Planning team has been selected to lead an international project to improve contingency plans to cope with mass evacuations like those that might follow severe flooding.

18 November 2014
Young Marky is recognised for his help with foster children
An eight-year-old from Northampton has been honoured for the role he plays in supporting foster children.

17 November 2014
Snuff out the risk this Candle Fire Safety Week, says Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service
Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service is asking people to take care this Candle Fire Safety Week, which launches today (November 17), and snuff out the risk of fire in their home.

17 November 2014
Northamptonshire celebrates a successful year of riding with British Cycling and Sky
British Cycling and Sky have marked another successful year of cycling in partnership with Northamptonshire County Council, with the presentation of a framed GB Cycling Team jersey.

13 November 2014
Providers invited to join new e-marketplace for care and support services
Northamptonshire County Council is inviting care and support service providers to register for its new online marketplace.

12 November 2014
New primary school for Silverstone
Plans to build a new primary school for Silverstone with a cash injection of £6.3million have been discussed and approved by Northamptonshire County Council’s cabinet.

11 November 2014
Sustained improvements in children's services
Children’s minister Edward Timpson is encouraged by improvements to child protection services in Northamptonshire

11 November 2014
Foster carer Christine retires after caring for more than 400 children
A Northamptonshire foster carer who has devoted more than 40 years to caring for vulnerable children has retired.

11 November 2014
Northamptonshire County Council invites people to comment on online library services
People are being invited to give their feedback on Northamptonshire County Council’s online library service.

10 November 2014
Have your say in review of countywide residents parking schemes
People are being asked for their say on proposals to review resident’s parking schemes run in the county by Northamptonshire County Council.

10 November 2014
Pilot cash to help boost education for disadvantaged children in Northamptonshire
Nurseries, childminders and other early years providers across Northamptonshire are set to benefit from a £50m national cash injection to help three and four year olds from low-income families.

10 November 2014
Don’t play with fire this Electrical Fire Safety Week
People are playing with fire in their efforts to find cheaper heating options this winter, research by Electrical Safety First has revealed, and many are unaware of the dangers that the alternatives can pose.

10 November 2014
School structure proposal on the agenda
Changes to the education structure in the north east Northamptonshire area will be discussed at a meeting of Northamptonshire County Council’s cabinet tomorrow.

7 November 2014
Consultation on Children's Centre venues
Proposals to change the way some Children’s Centre buildings are used are the subject of a consultation launched today by Northamptonshire County Council.

3 November 2014
Step back in time with Northamptonshire’s Explore Your Archive campaign
Northamptonshire County Council is inviting people to find out more about their history as part of the Explore Your Archive campaign.

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