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Culinary pop-up events with Ora Cultro

Culinary pop-up events with Ora Cultro

A new dining experience has come to Oundle. Ora Cultro, is a pop-up restaurant combining fine dining with flexible venues and changing menus. Chris Huggett, previously a chef at The…

Gardens Open Day supports Cransley Hospice

2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the opening of Cransley Hospice in Kettering, a project initiated by Dr John Smith, who had been caring for elderly patients on the ward…

Oundle Gardens Open Day features 11 glorious gardens

Oundle Gardens Open Day features 11 glorious gardens

Oundle is home to many enthusiastic gardeners who will be opening their gardens on Sunday 17 June 11am – 5pm to support the Cransley Hospice. At gardens across the town…

From Bach to jazz and rock at the International Music festival

Offering ten days of a rich variety of music, the Oundle International Festival this year welcomes pianist William Howard performing new and old love songs, world and folk music from…

June Food Festival and Fringe

June Food Festival and Fringe

The 2018 Oundle Food Festival is an annual feature in food lovers’ diaries. The highlight of the Festival is the street market, which falls this year on Saturday 23 June.…

Epee champion from Oundle

Epee champion from Oundle

Epee champion Eleanor Taylor represented Great Britain at the European Junior and Cadet Fencing Championships in Sochi, Russia earlier this year. Eleanor, who fences Epee, competed in the U17 individual…

Inspection sets a promising course for Prince William School

In the first inspection carried out since Prince William School (PWS) became an academy, Ofsted inspectors graded the school ‘Requires improvement’ after its visit in November 2017. Although this would…

The potential of the youth vote to change politics

What would your average 16-year-old be preoccupied with? Friends? Parties? The latest social media trend? If you had said any of the aforementioned things I would have wholeheartedly agreed. But…

The long road from persecution: a refugee family’s story

The long road from persecution: a refugee family’s story

Nursing a cup of tea with an umbrella by his side, Musa Koko may not yet feel acclimatised to the British weather but he has certainly found a home in…

Police Beat

There were 31 reported crimes in January, up from 28 in December. There were 12 cases of antisocial behaviour, six of violence and sexual abuse, and four cases of shoplifting.…

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