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Children Urgently Need Foster Care

The urgent need for more foster carers has been on the increase in recent years, with requirements reaching an all-time high. Calls have been made by fostering authorities to find…

Obituary: Robert Limmage

Obituary: Robert Limmage

Robert Limmage, born 1947, was a well-known member of the Oundle community, most notably due to his successful woodcutting business and work in forestry. His parent’s house was on Benefield…

Soup and Musical Excellence Served up at Lunchtime Concerts

Soup and Musical Excellence Served up at Lunchtime Concerts

Once a week at St Peter’s Church, something else replaces the peal of bells and the singing of hymns. Every Thursday, musicians from Oundle School migrate from the music department…

New School Head Joins Leaders of Education in Oundle

New School Head Joins Leaders of Education in Oundle

September 2015 marked the arrival of Oundle’s first female Head, Sarah Kerr-Dineen. Previously a Housemistress and Director of Studies at St Edward’s, Oxford and Warden at Forest School, she confessed…

30 Years at the Helm of The Ship

30 Years at the Helm of The Ship

On Thursday 19th November, The Ship Inn played host to around 250 guests as Andy and Rob Langridge celebrated the 30 year anniversary of their ownership with a big party.…

Walkees!

Walkees!

Dog walkers looking for new routes should explore the website Walkiees, bursting with walks of varying lengths across all corners of the UK, (walkiees.co.uk). Walkiees is a platform for finding,…

Bag a Bargain at a Car Boot Sale

For the past 30 years years it has been a typically British pastime to scout out the local car boot sale in the hope of unearthing the next bargain, or…

A Year Full of Markets

A Year Full of Markets

Oundle is one of 359 market towns in the UK. The term ‘market town’ is not just a description of a quaint place to live, it is a legal term…

Oundle Residents Mobilise to Assist Syrian Refugees

The immigration crisis currently dominating headlines and news broadcasts around the world is considered the largest humanitarian crisis since the Second World War. It seems difficult to comprehend. How can…

Oundle Primary School Sports Field Wins Reprieve

Oundle Primary School Sports Field Wins Reprieve

Plans for the proposed sale of up to half of Oundle Primary School playing fields have been reversed by the Northamptonshire County Council. A strong local campaign forced the council…

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