Higham Ferrers Town Council

Serving the people of Higham Ferrers

Mayor 2018/19

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

Tel: 01933 312075

Higham Ferrers Town Council provides your local services. We strive to make Higham Ferrers a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Community Centre Consultation at Farmers Market

Community Centre Consultation at Farmers Market

During this months Farmers Market on Saturday 30th March, you can meet some of the Town Councillors to discuss the community centre consultation and fill out a form documenting your views.

Posted: Fri, 15 Mar 2019 13:50 by Donna Anderson

JOB VACANCY

JOB VACANCY

Due to the retirement of a member of staff, an Administration and Communications Officer is required. This role is customer facing and will be based at the Town Hall. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with integrity, diplomacy when dealing with people and strong organisational skills.

Further details are available on the Job Vacancy page under 'About the Council.'

Posted: Thu, 14 Mar 2019 12:32 by Sandra Mitcham

East Northants to be transformed into a giant game this spring

East Northants to be transformed into a giant game this spring

East Northants to be transformed into a giant game this spring

People that live, work and play in East Northants are being invited to join in with the district's largest game this spring.

Thousands of residents will compete to see if their school, community group or workplace can walk, run, scoot, or cycle the furthest by entering the free 'Beat the Street' challenge that will take place from 27 March to 8 May. More »

More than 50 special sensors called 'Beat Boxes' will appear from Rushden to Thrapston. Players tap the Beat Boxes with cards and fobs to track their journey and earn points for themselves and their team – the more Beat Boxes people swipe during a journey, the more points they earn.

Schools and community groups will be competing against each other to see if they can travel the furthest, climb the leaderboards and win prizes including sports, crafts and book vouchers.

Families are encouraged to play for their local school while the wider community can create their own teams by emailing team.eastnorthants@beatthestreet.me.

In addition to the leaderboard prizes, registered players can also win weekly 'Lucky Tap' prizes for playing along – including vouchers and experience days.

Beat the Street is being delivered by Intelligent Health and is funded by The National Lottery on behalf of Sport England, and East Northamptonshire Council in partnership with Freedom Leisure, which manage leisure facilities across the district on behalf of the council.

Chairman of East Northamptonshire Council, Wendy Brackenbury, said:

"We are excited to be bringing Beat the Street to East Northamptonshire and we look forward to seeing how far everyone is able to walk, run, cycle and scoot during the challenge.

"People of all ages and abilities are able to get involved in Beat the Street – it's completely free to play and is a great opportunity to go outdoors, spend time with your friends and family and get moving. Watch out for Beat Boxes appearing on a street near you!"

James MacWilliam, Chair of the Trustee of East Northants Cultural Trust which worked with the council to manage their leisure facilities for thirteen years, said: "We are particularly pleased to be able provide funding towards the 'Beat the Street' event which engages with so many local primary schools in such an innovative and fun way. The drive to get youngsters out and enjoying exercise is a brilliant initiative and we wish it long and vigorous success!"

Want to find out more about Beat the Street? Visit www.beatthestreet.me/eastnorthants for more information. » Less

Posted: Tue, 12 Mar 2019 10:21 by Donna Anderson