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Oundle Golf Club members back on course

The Oundle Golf Club is a member’s owned club which has been part of the community since 1893. During the Second World War, the course remained open and was maintained…

Tennis Club opens for the summer

Amongst the wide range of sports offered in Oundle, the Oundle Tennis Club has been a force in the community since the 1920s. With five floodlit, full size asphalt courts…

New Sports Centre makes preparations for launch

It will not be long before the cranes are dismantled and the hoardings removed to reveal the new Oundle School Sports Centre. Opening in Spring 2020, the new Sports Centre…

Community awards for sporting contributions

Community awards for sporting contributions

More than one hundred and fifty sporting stars and physical activity champions from across East Northamptonshire attended the very first district-wide Sports and Physical Activity Awards ceremony on 17 October…

Runners find Oundle on the marathon map

On a blustery January morning, 472 runners gathered on Cotterstock Road at the start line of the Oundle New Year 10k. The race was organised by Nice Work, a specialist…

Barnwell park run gains momentum

Barnwell park run gains momentum

Oundle has joined the international trend for park runs. Independent of the well-known Parkrun organisation, an informal weekly run takes place every Sunday at 10am around Barnwell Country Park. Set…

For Sunday cyclists Oundle is a favourite stop along the route

For Sunday cyclists Oundle is a favourite stop along the route

Bikes and bright jerseys have become a familiar sight at weekends, especially outside those twin hubs of Oundle’s social life, Beans and The Coffee Tavern, where cyclists socialise and refuel…

New lease offers opportunities for Football Club

Following a lengthy two-and-a-half year negotiating process, the Oundle Town Football Club Ltd agreed on a 30 year lease with Oundle School that will not only secure their current playing…

Walking football brings men back on to the pitch

Walking football brings men back on to the pitch

In the last year, a new sporting initiative has developed down at Station Road where sporting enthusiasts gather regularly on Friday evenings. Following the national trend for “walking football”, Oundle…

Tim Cardall signs with Wasps

Tim Cardall signs with Wasps

Former Prince William School rugby player, Tim Cardall has signed with Wasps in a move that advances his promising professional career. Tim began playing at Oundle Town Rugby Club when…

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