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New websites brings together activities and offers of support in your neighbourhood 

12 April 2024

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Bringing together events, activities and offers of support happening where you live, keeping information relevant and local to you.  

The new ‘Live Your Best Life’ website, brought to you by local health, care, community, police, fire and voluntary sector organisations in West Northants aims to be a central point of information for all things local.  

Currently in its ‘first phase’ of launch, the new ‘Live Your Best Life’ website explains the role of the nine Local Area Partnerships, also known as LAPs in West Northamptonshire and how by working together with partner organisations, as well as community and voluntary sector organisations we can ensure local services and activities are better coordinated and focused on the needs of each area they serve.  By working in this way with local communities, we can design services that really make a difference, to help residents, their families and their neighbourhood, to live their best life. 

If you live in West Northamptonshire, your area will be part of one of the following Local Area Partnerships: 

  • Northampton East: Billing and Rectory Farm, Riverside Park and Talavera 
  • Northampton South: Delapre and Rushmere, East Hunsbury, Nene Valley and Shelfleys 
  • Northampton West: Duston East, Duston West, St Crispin and Sixfields 
  • Northampton Central: Abington and Phippsville, Castle, Dallington, Spencer and St George 
  • Northampton North: Boothville and parklands, Headlands, Kingsthorpe North and Kingsthorpe South 
  • Rural North: Braunston and Crick, Brixworth, Long Bucky and Moulton 
  • Rural West: Daventry East, Daventry West and Woodford and Weedon 
  • Rural South: Brackley, Middleton Cheney and Silverston 
  • Rural East: Bugbrooke, Deanshanger, Hackleton and Grange Park and Towcester and Roade 

You can see which one covers your area by using the interactive map. Simply, type in your address and click anywhere within the boundary and it will give you the information of your LAP.  

Each of our LAPs covers communities of between 30,000 and 50,000 people, so your neighbourhood may be part of a LAP with surrounding villages or towns and will include some local organisations specific to your area. You can see the organisations involved in your area by visiting your Local Area Partnership page. (You can find links to all 9 LAP pages on the homepage).

Each of the LAPs has their own webpage that includes information about the neighbourhood, spotlights events and activities happening locally, partner organisations involved as well as what the priorities are and latest news / updates – bringing lots of local information together in one place. From Knit & natter classes, to Carpet Bowls, Family Fun sessions and creative expression workshops there is lots on offer within your local area – so take a look on the webpage for where you live to find out more.  

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