Category Archives: safety

Bonfires – please don’t

Message from PCSO Alison Wallace of Northamptonshire Police:  We have had reports of people burning rubbish and having bonfires near to fields recently. This isn’t usually an issue when done correctly. However, please could you refrain from doing this whilst … Continue reading

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Great food safety advice for summer

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Motorists – be aware

This was posted on the Oundle facebook page: Beware all motorists. My friend and I are lucky to have escaped with our lives after what happened yesterday afternoon. On our way home to Oundle from Aldwincle at around 16.20, I … Continue reading

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Northants at the forefront of new scheme

A pilot scheme in Northamptonshire is helping to divert women offenders with low-level mental health problems away from prison and provide them with treatment options in the community to reduce the likelihood that they will reoffend. Find out more here:

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Enjoying the 2018 FIFA World Cup safely

Now that the 2018 FIFA World Cup is upon us, police officers in Northamptonshire are gearing up to ensure football fans in the county enjoy a safe tournament. Chief Inspector James Willis, said: “As the tournament gets closer and the … Continue reading

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Tell us what you’d like in your playing field

Keeping the discussion going, we are keen to find out even more of your thoughts on what the CPFA should be investing in, for you and your family. Do we keep on seeking grants for building a clubhouse? Or would … Continue reading

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Watch out for yellow dogs!

When you’re out with the dog, if you see another dog wearing a yellow ribbon, bandana or similar on his lead, it means he needs some space. Do not approach the dog or his people with your dog. The yellow … Continue reading

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