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PUBLIC MEETING - SAVE OUR LIBRARY

Burton Latimer Library is under threat - and risks being closed, if one of three options being considered by NCC in its review of library services across the county to save money goes ahead.

Local residents are invited to a public meeting on Tuesday 21st November at the Civic Centre to hear about the options and to discuss how we can save our library.
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LET'S MAKE OUR TOWN SAFER

Over 70 local residents attended BLTC's public meeting on 10th November to discuss how to make our town a safer place. Find out what happened.
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Xmas lights switch-on

This year's festive extravaganza in the Millennium Gardens will take place on Friday, 24th November. Music, fun fair, food, drink & entertainment from 5pm. Switch-on at 8pm.
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Community windfarm fund - grants available

Community groups based in Burton Latimer or Cranford can apply for funding of up to 5,000 from the Burton Wold Community Wind Farm Fund.
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TV interference

TV interference reported

Some local residents have noticed poor TV picture quality since 3 new wind turbines erected. It can be fixed.
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About Burton Latimer

Notable local landmarks, shops, businesses, places of worship, schools - and a brief history of the town.
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Burton Latimer Town Council

Profiles of the town's 12 councillors, plus details of the council's meetings and principal committees.
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Local services

Information about the town's main facilities - including the medical centre, library and community policing.
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Leisure & sports

Places to eat & drink within the town, plus local groups, clubs, societies, sports facilities, teams and walks.
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News & events

A monthly diary of local events, plus a bulletin board and details of regular fixtures.
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Your voice

Keep in touch with the local residents association and action groups - and have your say on key issues.
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