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ENC Approves Station Road Signage Despite OTC Objections

ENC Approves Station Road Signage Despite OTC Objections

The new signage for The Wharf along Station Road just off the North Bridge, was designed to attract attention. The two ‘tomato’ red signs that tower above the streetscape have…

NCC Lighting Project Nears Completion

Oundle is one of the last towns in Northamptonshire to have the replacement lighting project completed by Northamptonshire County Council. The project has involved the installation of new columns, new…

Know Your Rights: Freedom of Information Act Requests

In an era where members of the public are demanding more transparency from public authorities, the Freedom of Information Act has helped to create a bridge between the two parties,…

Post Office Ltd Advertises Local Business Opportunity

Post Office Ltd is continuing to look for a retailer to take over Oundle’s post office by incorporating a Post Office Main into their existing or proposed retail business. The…

Air Ambulance Heroes Swoop in to Save Lives

Air Ambulance Heroes Swoop in to Save Lives

The Air Ambulance Service (TAAS) have been flying through the skies and saving lives of not only the people of Oundle, but the whole of Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and…

What Trump’s Election Victory Means for America and the Watching World

What Trump’s Election Victory Means for America and the Watching World

On the 8th November people across America voted in the most hotly debated, widely publicised national election the world has ever seen. Whilst loyal Democrats were ‘with her’ and the…

Royal British Legion Sponsor Memorial Bench in Market Place

Royal British Legion Sponsor Memorial Bench in Market Place

Recently, plans for new street furniture have been taking shape around Oundle. Perhaps the most noticeable addition is the new World War I memorial bench. It was installed in time…

Looking for a Positive Outcome in Post-Brexit Britain

Since the Brexit vote of 23 June, there have been countless controversial uncertainties that have overwhelmed the United Kingdom. I was interested to find out how different people felt about…

Cotterstock Bells to Ring Again after Successful Refurbishment Appeal

Earlier this year Cotterstock Parochial Church Council received £49,300 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to refurbish the bells and bell frame in St Andrew’s Church, to augment the ring…

Fotheringhay Embarks on Major Restoraton Project

Fotheringhay Embarks on Major Restoraton Project

The Parochial Church Council and The Friends of Fotheringhay Church, a charitable organisation that supports the Church of St Mary and All Saints, Fotheringhay, are planning a number of events…

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