Northampton Conservatives have continued in their commitment to sport investment in the town by announcing that Northants County Cricket Club could be given a loan of £250,000 by Northampton Borough Council to “help it get back to a financially sustainable position”.
Police and Crime Commissioner Adam Simmonds has revealed he will not stand for re-election in May 2016.
Northampton Business Forum Black Tie Dinner 2015
Selection of Candidates process to begin for County Council local Election 2017
Cllr David Mackintosh and Brian Binley MP have today welcomed Prime Minister David Cameron and Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles, to Northampton today for a look around the new Cosworth Advanced Manufacturing Centre.
Northampton Conservatives were out in force on Northampton Market Square on Saturday 10th of May to talk and listen to people in the run-up to the European Elections on May 22nd. The weather stayed kind to everyone who turned out to help and a huge amount of people visited the bright blue stall throughout the morning.
There will be free weekend parking in Northampton’s multi-storey car parks plus two hours free on weekdays starting from Tuesday 1 April thanks to a new Northampton Borough Council scheme to encourage visitors to stay and shop longer in the town.
Northampton Borough Council has just published an updated version of the tourist brochure, a guide to Northampton.
In 2013, Northampton has seen almost £100 million invested in bringing projects to life, creating jobs, supporting businesses and enabling even more growth and future investment.
The leader of Northampton Borough Council, David Mackintosh, has been selected to replace the outgoing MP, Brian Binley, as the Conservative Party’s candidate for Northampton South at the next general election.