Clerk: Mrs Caroline Holgate
Hunsbury Library
Overslade Close
East Hunsbury
Northamptonshire
NN4 0RZ

Volunteering is a key part of our local community. In the last three years we have worked to develop our Volunteer base, and expanded outwards to encourage people to volunteer for other local organisations as well.

  • East Hunsbury Litter Pickers - over the past two years we have recruited and provided equipment to support this thriving local group. 85 households now regularly pick in the area, some focus on their own streets, or their local park, whilst others like to take part in community picks as a group. As a Parish Council we have also funded litter equipment for all of our local schools.

As we have declared a climate emergency, as a Parish Council, green initiatives, such as litter campaigns, have become even more important.

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact our community projects lead - Liz - email: community@easthunsburyparishcoucil.gov.uk or phone 01604 708429.

ALSO - look out on Facebook for East Hunsbury Litter Pickers. This page is operated by volunteers, and is a great way to find out what is happening.

What a difference our local litter team makes!

Our wonderful Litter Pickers come in all ages and sizes!

The Gardening Friends with Hunsbury Library - as a development of our wildflower project, we have partnered with our library, to create a gardening project. We recruit local volunteers with a passion for planting, or who like to tidy up! This includes groups from our local schools, who help with community bulb planting.

With a grant from EHPC and donations from both Tesco and Waitrose (local shops), our volunteers started by replanting and restoring the raised bed at the Library. Totally unloved for years, this now is a lovely focus. We continue in to 2022 with bulb planting and plans for woodland planting. Moving in to springtime, our focus will move to wildflowers. Again - the environment and caring for our local area is to the fore, and we listen to the ideas coming from our volunteers.

raised bed at the Library - newly created in 2021