Borough Council of Wellingborough

Environmental health news

Joint police and council operation issues ten Fixed Penalty Notices for Covid-19 non-compliance

Published on Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Police Community Support Officers working alongside Enforcement Officers from Borough Council of Wellingborough issued 10 Fixed Penalty Notices over the course of two days.

  • Fixed Penalty Notice served for lack of Covid-19 controls

    Published on Tuesday, 13 October 2020

    A working men’s club in Finedon has been served with a £1,000 fixed penalty notice after breaches were witnessed during two separate visits by officers of the borough council’s environmental health te

  • Owner of food shop pleads guilty to 13 food hygiene offences

    Published on Friday, 25 August 2017

    The owner of an Eastern European food delicatessen in Wellingborough was prosecuted by the Borough Council of Wellingborough at Northampton Magistrates Court on 22 August.

  • Council prosecutes noisy neighbour

    Published on Friday, 25 August 2017

    A noisy neighbour in Wellingborough has been ordered to pay a total of £1220 in fines, costs and victim surcharges after being found guilty of breaching a noise abatement notice.

  • Where’s the sticker

    Published on Tuesday, 09 February 2016

    Make an informed choice by asking ‘where’s the sticker’ if you don’t see one.

  • Council closes filthy meat and food shop

    Published on Monday, 11 January 2016

    A newly opened Wellingborough food business was closed by Environmental Health Officers using emergency hygiene powers on 18 December 2015.

  • Council warns against unlicensed prom night limousines

    Published on Thursday, 02 May 2013

    Wellingborough Council is reminding parents and teachers to check that limousines are properly licensed before booking them for this summer’s school prom season.

  • Unhygienic Wellingborough food shop closed

    Published on Monday, 12 November 2012

    A Wellingborough food shop was closed for a week after the council’s environmental health team discovered conditions so unhygienic they believed there would be a risk to the health of any customers that bought food there.