SNC Residents' Satisfaction Survey

SNC Residents' Satisfaction Survey

Still time to voice thoughts on services.  The annual residents’ satisfaction survey has three weeks left to run, with the council keen to gain as much feedback as possible on its services.

The survey runs until Friday, 16 June and South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) is inviting people to comment on its delivery of everything from waste and recycling collections to community safety and leisure services. All responses provided are anonymous, and the survey lets people comment on the quality of services provided, and whether they offer good value for money.

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Northamptonshire Association for the Blind

Northamptonshire Association for the Blind

The Northamptonshire Association for the Blind has community workers to visit you in your own home to offer friendly advice, information, and practical assistance or need any support.  

Or visit their Sight Centres in Kettering and Northampton or go to a Mobile Sight Centre.  This visits a number of towns and will be in Daventry on 14th December and 25th January near Shopmobility, New Street (10am-1pm).

Please see the following for more information.

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Smart Meters - Northamptonshire ACRE

Smart Meters - Northamptonshire ACRE

Northamptonshire ACRE and their partners in the ACRE Network are working with Smart Energy GB to raise awareness about the benefits of smart meters.

Did you know that even though you are off mains gas you can get a smart meter for your electricity supply?

A smart meter will enable you to see exactly how much energy you’re using, as you use it, and what it is costing in pounds and pence. Once you have a smart meter, you’ll only get accurate bills from your energy supplier, just as you do with your phone bill. This means the end of estimated bills. No more strangers coming into your home for meter readings. No more having to read the meter or trying to work out your bill.

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Could you foster a child?

Could you foster a child?

Families in Northamptonshire are being asked to consider whether they could offer a loving, safe home to a foster child.

There are currently almost 1,000 children in care in the county and Northamptonshire County Council is asking people to get in touch to find out more about fostering.

There are children of all ages waiting for a family to give them a home where they can learn, grow and progress. In Northamptonshire, there is a particular need to find more families for older children and sibling groups.

People who apply to become a foster carer will receive full training and support from a designated social worker, as well as financial support through a weekly allowance.

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