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The legacy of Sir Peter Scott

The legacy of Sir Peter Scott

Unobserved by many, the nation’s best loved broadcaster, Sir David Attenborough, slipped into town in early October to open Oundle School’s new junior day house, Scott House, named after Old…

Munton’s offers old fashioned convenience shopping

Munton’s offers old fashioned convenience shopping

The convenience of being able to pop out to a corner shop for daily essentials is now a reality for those living at the north end of town. Gary Bennett-Munton…

Find some independent style at Diversity Boutique

Find some independent style at Diversity Boutique

What distinguishes a market town like Oundle from shopping centres like Rushton Lakes or Corby is the range of independent shops with unique, personalised service. Tucked along St Osyth’s Lane,…

Doing good in your work is good for business

Doing good in your work is good for business

Fixing cars is not a glamorous business, but it is a fundamental service for anyone who lives in Oundle and who relies on a car to get to work and…

Navigating “consent” in the #MeToo era

With the rise of the #MeToo movement, the issue of “consent” is now a talking point for men, women, boys and girls across the world. The World Health Organisation estimates…

Seven simple strategies for maintaining good mental health

Are you really looking after yourself? Are you sure? Most people will, at some point in their lives, struggle with mental health. Depression is one of the most common disorders…

What does it mean to click “accept”?

How many times have you opened your favourite website, only to be greeted by a pop-up message reading “We’ve updated our privacy policy. Click here to Accept”? The GDPR (General…

“Ask for Angela” campaign offers support for pub patrons

Restaurants and pubs in Oundle have started to participate in the ‘Ask for Angela’ campaign, which seeks to help people who feel uncomfortable or need protection whilst on a date…

Playing Monopoly is a good investment

Playing Monopoly is a good investment

Having an edition of the Oundle Monopoly board might be more of a good investment than just a game, and owners may want to hang onto them. The boards have…

Counterfeit money circulates in Market Place

Counterfeit money circulates in Market Place

Reflecting trends across the country, businesses in Oundle have experienced counterfeit money. Dexters, The Talbot, Beans, Co-op, Crackers and Oundle News are all known to have received fraudulent notes. According…

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