Category Archives: safety

What to tell children about terrorism … in the unlikely event

We don’t normally talk about crime and terrorism here.. but with recent events in the News, I think it’s reasonable to make an exception. I grew up in the Cold War, and I know children are affected by stuff like this. … Continue reading

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Advice on keeping little ones safe on our roads

Advice for teachers Advice for parents Advice for children: under 5 years old 5 – 7 years old over 7 years old

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Training incident this Sunday

TRAINING INCIDENT WILL PUT NORTHAMPTONSHIRE’S EMERGENCY PLANS TO THE TEST Emergency plans will be put to the test this weekend when a group of young cadets go missing during an overnight trek as part of a training exercise. The simulated … Continue reading

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Open day at King’s Cliffe on Saturday

The East Northants Resource Management Facility (ENRMF) opens its gates to the public on Saturday 7th October. You can see how the Augean landfill site is operated and monitored, the laboratory where they scrutinise the waste that comes in, and … Continue reading

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How to keep safe in windy weather

There are many ways you can keep safe during strong winds by being prepared: Secure items outside your home that could be blown away, such as patio furniture, bins etc Place cars in garages or where they will be protected … Continue reading

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Dog fouling – here’s what we can ALL do about it

Dog fouling in the playing field and the paths leading to it is on the increase. The parish council has contacted the Council dog warden – and if he gets enough individual reports of dog fouling, he’s promised to come … Continue reading

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Are you ready to beat the back to school traffic?

Many people who commute to work by car breathe a sigh of relief when the school holidays start. School holidays mean much quieter roads during rush hour, making getting to the office far less stressful, thanks to there being fewer … Continue reading

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