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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Latest News

2019-20 Mayor Cllr Chris O'Rourke raises £7,500

2019-20 Mayor Cllr Chris O'Rourke raises £7,500

Former Mayor Cllr Chris O'Rourke can today announce that he raised an incredible £7,500 in fundraising money throughout his Mayoral year of 2019-20.

Cllr O'Rourke will be donating a generous portion of these funds to local groups and organisations in the community, ensuring that the money will directly benefit the residents of Higham Ferrers. The other portion of the funds will go to the Encephalitis Society who do invaluable work in research and raising awareness of encephalitis and it's impact on those who are affected by it. More »

At the Town Council meeting on Tuesday 26th May his fellow Councillors proposed a vote of thanks to the former Mayor for his hard work and dedication to promoting our town and Cllr O'Rourke himself would like to express his thanks to all those who supported him throughout his Mayoral year. » Less

Posted: Fri, 29 May 2020 12:17 by Emily Arrow

Active Northants launch free classes for teenagers throughout June

Active Northants launch free classes for teenagers throughout June

Are you a teenager struggling with motivation? Are you looking for something new to try? Or do you just want to hang out with your mates doing something.

ACTIVE NORTHANTS offers Boxing, Calisthenics, Dance, Fitness and Yoga classes FREE OF CHARGE throughout June, you can sign in and spend time with other teenagers in a socially minded physical activity setting.

To make it even better, the more you participate the better the chance of winning prizes. If you attend at least 2 sessions you have a chance of winning, but the more you do the more chance you have to win. More »

Northamptonshire Sport have linked up with Born to Perform Dance School, Hale Training, Megan Robinson Personal Training, Namastella Yoga and The Compound, alongside CIRV (Community Initiative to Reduce Violence) to deliver these amazing sessions aimed specifically at teenagers aged 14-19 (year 9 upwards).

Register via www.northamptonshiresport.org/activenorthants to get access to all these sessions live each week. » Less

Posted: Wed, 27 May 2020 15:05 by Emily Arrow

New Mayor Elected at Zoom Meeting

New Mayor Elected at Zoom Meeting

Cllr Christina Reavey started her Mayoral year in unique circumstances as the first Mayor to be inaugurated through a 'Zoom' video call! The global pandemic meant that the Town Council were unable to hold the traditional 'Mayor Making' ceremony in the Council Chamber so Councillors gathered together via the online portal to witness Cllr Reavey take her oath and be declared the Mayor of Higham Ferrers for 2020-21. Councillor Barry Prigmore was elected as her Deputy. At the end of the meeting the Councillors all raised a glass to toast the new Mayor. More »

Cllr Reavey told her fellow Councillors that it was an honour to be elected as the Mayor of Higham Ferrers and that she is committed to supporting and promoting the town. She and her consort, Anthony are looking forward to representing Higham Ferrers at many events in the surrounding towns.

Cllr Reavey has been a resident of Northamptonshire for 35 years and approximately

25 of them have been in Higham Ferrers. She is retired but formerly taught for 23 years in a nearby Primary School and she considers the education and wellbeing of our young people to be very important.

Cllr Reavey's consort, Mr Anthony Reavey, is her husband of 49 years and they have three children, two of whom live and work locally and one in the city. They have four grandchildren, two of whom attend Ferrers School, with one more at Higham Infants and the youngest at pre-school.

Cllr Reavey has been a Town Councillor for the last five years. She is a member of several committees and working parties where she feels most fortunate to work alongside, and learn from, some very experienced Councillors.

She enjoys meeting and talking with local residents and their families and looks forward to representing our lovely historic town during her Mayoral year.

To contact the Mayor for more information on any events or Council business email info@highamferrers-tc.gov.uk » Less

Posted: Wed, 27 May 2020 11:12 by Sandra Mitcham

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