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Knitters Plan to Yarn Bomb the Market Place

Knitters Plan to Yarn Bomb the Market Place

Get ready for the Oundle Yarn Bomb, to be unfurled in July to coincide with the town’s music and food festivals. Teams of busy needle workers are planning a massive…

Sadler’s Partbooks to be Performed in Oundle After 400 Years

Sadler’s Partbooks to be Performed in Oundle After 400 Years

On Thursday, 16 July, the Oundle International Festival will host performances by the celebrated vocal ensemble Stile Antico, of music from the Sadler Partbooks. These were compilations of works of…

Six Years Selling the Big Issue in Oundle

Six Years Selling the Big Issue in Oundle

Marc, the town’s Big Issue vendor, stopped by No 1 St Osyth’s for a cup of tea as he does every Thursday lunchtime, and I joined him to hear his…

Nurse Volunteers at Ebola Clinic

Nurse Volunteers at Ebola Clinic

Cotterstock resident Mandy Blackman, an advanced nurse practitioner at Kettering General Hospital, volunteered at an Ebola Clinic in Sierra Leone for five weeks earlier in the year. She volunteered through…

Prince William School Announces Development Plans

Prince William School Announces Development Plans

Change is afoot in education across the town. With the move from three tier to two tier, the decision to adopt academy status, and a ‘needing improvement’ Ofsted report, Prince…

Jam in the Hood in Oundle

Jam in the Hood in Oundle

Jam in the Hood is an award-winning programme, established in 2006 by Inspector Julie Mead and programme manager for Groundwork Northamptonshire, Ann-Marie Lawson. The programme aims to change some of…

Oundle Plays Thrilling Rugby at U18 NatWest Semi-Final

Oundle Plays Thrilling Rugby at U18 NatWest Semi-Final

Oundle School rugby enjoyed a record breaking year in the U18 NatWest Rugby Cup, reaching the semi-finals before giving a good account of themselves in a narrow loss to Bromsgrove…

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