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Speeding Cars - Car Noise Disturbance

Speeding Cars - Car Noise Disturbance

Several residents have raised concerns to the Parish Council about the increasing amount of cars speeding through the village late at night, into the early mornings, these cars are excessively noisy and travel at speed far in excess of the speed limits. People have concerns that there could be a serious accident.

The Parish Council have been in touch with the Rural Policing Team and Northamptonshire Police Safer Roads Team, they have said they will provide extra patrols through the village when time allows, and that Road safety is one of their priorities they can help with a speeding enforcement. More »

The Police ask for villagers to call the 101 number when they hear the cars racing, so can respond when the incident is happening. » Less

Posted: Tue, 17 Aug 2021 18:49 by Julie Wykes

Community Bus July News letter

Community Bus July News letter

Please see the Community Bus July News letter, please share this with your friends & neighbours.

Posted: Tue, 27 Jul 2021 15:00 by Julie Wykes

Defibrillator Position

Defibrillator Position

Pytchley has a Life Saving Defibrillator

Location – Overstone Arms top Car Park, by the kitchen back door.

Postcode – NN14 1EU

What3words app – sung.elevates.typhoon

The defibrillator is suitable for use on adults and children with one set of pads and change over switch. A semi – automatic defibrillator with voice prompts and CPR guidance.

A member of the public would ring 999 in an emergency to request the code to open the box

Posted: Tue, 16 Mar 2021 07:49 by Julie Wykes