Weedon Bec Parish Council

Serving the people of Weedon Bec

Clerk: Mrs Susan Halkett
16, St Mary's Way, Weedon
Northamptonshire NN7 4QL

Weedon Bec Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Weedon Bec a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information, provides information on village life as well as news, views, contact details for village groups and resources, whats on and much more too.

We hope you find this web site useful. If you would like to contribute in any way or if you have any comments then please contact us.

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

Housing Needs Assessment

Posted: Tue, 09 Jul 2019 12:22 by Susan Halkett

The District Council has recently undertaken a Housing Needs Assessment for Weedon Bec. From those residents who responded it seems the request is for more bungalows. Read the whole report on the District Council's website. Link below.

https://www.daventrydc.gov.uk/living/housing-strategy/housing-needs-surveys/

Weedon Bec Primary School Fete 2019

Weedon Bec Primary School Fete 2019

Posted: Sat, 29 Jun 2019 12:00 by Susan Halkett

Come along to the Weedon Bec Primary School Fete

Saturday 29th June from 12 till 3pm

There may be a surprise for you!

Special offers to encourage county residents to get composting

Posted: Wed, 01 May 2019 09:01 by Susan Halkett

Discounted compost bins are being offered to Northamptonshire residents in a bid to encourage more people to get composting.

As part of International Compost Awareness Week (5-11 May), the Northamptonshire Waste Partnership is working with getcomposting.com to offer discounted compost converters from as little as £18.50. Residents can also buy a second composter for just £9.25 thanks to a fantastic 'buy one get one half price' offer. More »

Get composting's Blackwall and Rainsaver products are made from 100% percent recycled plastic, including a combination of plastics collected by councils from waste segregation sites and kerbside collections as well as industrial waste such as old gas pipes, old wheeled bins and car bumpers.

As well as compost bins, the site also offers food waste digesters and hot composters, allowing people to compost all of their household food waste.

The Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP) estimates that the use of a home compost bin diverts approximately 150 kilogrammes of waste per household away from landfill sites each year.

It is also a cheaper alternative to chargeable garden waste collections and has the added benefit of producing a free supply of top-quality compost, which has multiple uses including as a soil improver, mulch or plant feed and helps gardens retain moisture.

Cllr Tim Allebone, Chairman of the Northamptonshire Waste Partnership, said: "Composting is simple to do and around 30% of the average household waste can be composted.

"Although many households already compost at home, we want others to get involved, and this is a great incentive to encourage more residents to get composting and set up their own composting communities, sharing the rewards.

"Home composting organic waste also helps to significantly reduce carbon emissions and can be used as an effective and sustainable waste management method to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill."

For full details of the offers, visit www.getcomposting.com, or call 0844 571 4444.

The buy one get one half price offer is available on selected products. A one-off delivery charge of £5.99 applies.

The Northamptonshire Waste Partnership (NWP) is a partnership of Northamptonshire councils and was set up to improve joint working arrangements on waste management matters.

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