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Upton Parish Council (Northampton)
Notice of the audit and right to inspect the Annual Return
Annual Return for the year ended 31 March 2018
Sections 20(2) and 25 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014
Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234)
1. The audit of accounts for Upton Parish Council (Northampton) for the year ended 31 March 2018 has been carried out but cannot be completed for the reasons stated in the auditor's certificate. The accounts have been published. More »
2. The Annual Governance & Accountability Return is available for inspection by any local government elector of the area of Upton Parish Council (Northampton) on application to:
a) Nina L Villa, Interim Parish Clerk
58 Cozens Road
b) During the hours of: To be mutually agreed
3. Copies will be provided to any local government elector on payment of £0.10 for each copy of the Annual Governance & Accountability Return.
Announcement made by: Nina L Villa, Interim Parish Clerk
Date of announcement: 30th September 2018
Sun, 30 Sep 2018 18:58 by Nina Villa
At the beginning of August, to mark the 100 days to go until the 100th anniversary of the Armistice marking the end of The Great War, the Duston Branch of the Royal British Legion decorated Upton with a wonderful display of poppies, hanging baskets and 6 "Silent Soldiers" with the support of Upton Parish Council.
The 100 days until the end of the war was a significant phase in the conflict which had taken its toll on many whose lives were lost in over 4 years of heavy warfare fought from the trenches of France and Belgium. Just about everyone will have had a relative that was impacted in some way by the conflict. Early on Saturday morning one of the Silent Soldiers, The Stretcher Bearer, was moved from its location near the bottom of the High Street and vandalised. As news of the damage spread on social media, it became clear that rather than bemoaning this senseless act of destruction, the community swung into action to remediate the situation. Just over 24 hours later, £250 had been raised to replace the Silent Soldier, in no small part due a significant donation by BHL Aerials, and other generous individual benefactors. More »
From the Duston branch of the Royal British Legion, Poppy Appeal Organiser Darrin Stevens was central to the efforts in raising and co-ordinating the necessary funds, liaising with the suppliers and arranging for the damaged one to be removed and a new one installed. This community spirit is really good to see and makes us all proud to be associated with, and live in, Upton. » Less
Wed, 05 Sep 2018 07:53 by Michelle Orpin
FREE coach trip to commemorate the centenary of WW1 - please see attached post for further details of this trip which is taking place on 8th August.
There are a variety of events happening around the Parish to mark this centenary - please see the attached posters for further details.
Mon, 30 Jul 2018 10:07 by Nina Villa
Upton parish: bigger than you may think…
Stortons Gravel Pits from National Lift Tower (John Boland)
Our parish doesn't just cover the new housing that's sprung up recently in this part of the town. Upton parish spans an area as far as the former St Crispin's Hospital site, off Berrywood Road in Duston to the sustainable Upton Park development off Weedon Road, neighbouring Sixfields. Some 3664 people live in the parish, according to the 2011 census.