Higham Ferrers Town Council

Serving the people of Higham Ferrers

CllrReavey

Clerk: Mrs Sandra Mitcham
The Town Hall, Market Square
Higham Ferrers
Northamptonshire NN10 8BT

Tel: 01933 312075

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Covid Level Alert - Medium.

Covid Level Alert - Medium.

The Current Covid Level Alert for our area is Medium.

Posted: Wed, 14 Oct 2020 11:06 by Donna Anderson

CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION

CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION

The Town will still sparkle with its traditional Christmas lights this year but you should watch out for the twinkle this year with a couple of extra surprises at the start of December.

To assist with the extra surprises the Town Council seeks help. The Mayor, Cllr Tina Reavey, is running a competition for the local children. She invites the children to design her Mayoral Christmas Card.

The Mayor will choose and award a prize for the winning design. More »

In addition, a number of other designs selected by the Mayor will be used to help bring the surprise twinkle to the town this year so be creative, bright and colourful with your Christmas designs.

Your design for the front of the card should be drawn and coloured on A4 paper. Remember to write your name and a contact phone no. on the reverse of your entry.

Entries can be submitted directly to the Council by popping them through the letter box of the Town Hall. Alternatively, entries can be collated at participating schools and the Council will make arrangement direct with the schools to collect.

All entries by 5pm Friday 13th November.

Good luck. » Less

Posted: Tue, 13 Oct 2020 11:21 by Alicia Scholfield

CORONAVIRUS CASES ON INCREASE

CORONAVIRUS CASES ON INCREASE

Positive cases have doubled since last week and residents are being urged to strictly follow national and local Public Health guidance to prevent a further rapid rise. This week's surveillance report (28 September – 04 October), shows that 417 residents have tested positive in Northamptonshire since last week. This is more than double last week's figure of 148 and is not a result of the data recording delays recently reported by Public Health England – this is a real and significant increase. The county as a whole, and all districts and boroughs, have seen an increase in cases compared to the previous week. The areas with the highest case numbers were in Northampton, East Northamptonshire and Kettering. More »

Higham Ferrers Town Council urges all residents to wear masks when required, keep your distance and wash or sanitise hands frequently. Numbers will only stop increasing if we all follow the guidelines. » Less

Posted: Mon, 12 Oct 2020 09:00 by Sandra Mitcham