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Shops Cut Back on use of Plastic Bags in Oundle

From 5th October all companies with more than 250 employees started to charge 5p per plastic bag in an effort to reduce pollution. The policy was imposed in order to…

Prince William School Library Appeal Goes Viral

Prince William School Library Appeal Goes Viral

In May 2015, Oundle’s Prince William School began a campaign seeking the donation of books to the school’s library. Mrs Elaine Galer, the school’s librarian, tweeted an appeal on May…

Oundle GPs Join ‘Super-Practice’

Oundle GPs Join ‘Super-Practice’

The Oundle Medical Practice is on the verge of a revolutionary change. It is merging with the St Mary’s Medical Centre and Sheep Market Surgery in Stamford and the Lakeside…

Officers Open Doors at New Police Hub

Officers Open Doors at New Police Hub

Friday 6th November marked the official opening of the new police and fire community service hub at Fletton House, Oundle. Fletton House, which re-opened in September 2015 after undergoing major…

Million Pound Makeover for Fletton House

Million Pound Makeover for Fletton House

The Hub community cafe opened its doors to the public on September 21st, showcasing part of the recent £1 million refurbishment of Fletton House on Glapthorn Road. Despite its prime…

South Bridge Repairs in Progress

Following the damage caused to South Bridge in 2011, residents in Oundle are still waiting for repairs to be completed, allowing full unimpeded access to the bridge. The bridge is…

Town Council Seeks Village Green Status

The Fletton playing field, a large grassy expanse just off Milton Road, has been used recreationally by local residents for many years now. As well as being used for various…

Fighting Terrorism in Syria

It’s a remarkable story. He was on the verge of accepting a promotion in the city, when, Harry, known as Macer Gifford, decided to travel to Syria to fight against…

Barking Mad at the Sausage Festival

Barking Mad at the Sausage Festival

On Saturday 14 November Oundle played host to its first Sausage Festival. The town was bustling with various market stalls, but the highlight of the week was undoubtedly the Sausage…

Open Doors at St Peter’s Church

St Peter’s Church hosts an array of events for all age groups throughout the year. Tuesday Club, an afternoon café style get-together for games, drinks and cakes, conversation and company…

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