Home » 2015 » June

Man-of-the-Match Cardall Scores Contract with Northampton Saints

Man-of-the-Match Cardall Scores Contract with Northampton Saints

After starting his rugby career at the young age of five, Tim Cardall has climbed through the ranks of Oundle Rugby Club, the Northampton Saints Development Programme and the England…

Where’s a Dog to Go?

Where’s a Dog to Go?

Like many towns in Britain, Oundle is a dog-loving community. The Chronicle’s 35th issue featured Dogs and Their Companions, with photos of numerous dog owners and their canine friends. On…

Protests Oppose Sale of School Playing Fields

Protests Oppose Sale of School Playing Fields

When Oundle Primary School moves to its new site on Cotterstock Road it will face the prospect of losing up to 50% of the existing school playing fields. Proceeds from…

A Boy and His Dog Take the Prize at Crufts

A Boy and His Dog Take the Prize at Crufts

Originally founded in 1891, Crufts is one of the largest dog events in the world. Presented by the Kennel Club in Birmingham NEC in March, it is an annual four-day…

Women’s Tour Rides Through Oundle for Second Time in Two Years

Women’s Tour Rides Through Oundle for Second Time in Two Years

In June 2015 the Aviva Women’s Tour will be returning to Oundle for the second time in two years. The second Women’s Tour, now sponsored by Aviva, takes place from…

Inspired by Venice

Inspired by Venice

Simon Dolby is Oundle’s West Street gallery owner, and an artist well known for his watercolours. In a departure from his usual working practice, Dolby embarked on a new project…

Rock Road Gets Green Fingers

Rock Road Gets Green Fingers

A new neighbourhood garden has been established at the junction of Rock Road and Springfield Road in Oundle. Members of the Rock Road garden steering committee negotiated the purchase of…

New faces at International Festival Office

As the new season for the Oundle International Festival gets underway, festival goers will be meeting the Oundle Music Trust’s new Administrative Director, Camilla Sherwin, who will be supporting the…

Let’s Move to Oundle…Again

Let’s Move to Oundle…Again

‘You could set a period drama in Oundle,’ according to Tom Dyckhoff, writing earlier this year in The Guardian Weekend’s weekly magazine column ‘Let’s move to…’. Dyckhoff has written over…

Trek-Kits Climbing Tower Scales New Heights

Anyone crossing the bridge into town might have been struck by the newest addition to the Oundle skyline. Trek-Kits at The Wharf in Oundle have built a new 7.3 metre…

Page 1 of 3123