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Businesses Object to Parking Congestion

Businesses Object to Parking Congestion

Local residents and businesses around the East Road area have been struggling to find available parking for the past two years due to the lack of designated parking for Waitrose…

Councils in the News

Councils in the News

> There are not many other dramatic subplots about council life that would seem to be necessary after the Oundle Town Council was left nearly abandoned following nine resignations, and…

What Your Councillors Do For You

A town council is the lowest tier of local government, but plays an important part in maintaining community services. Just what do councillors actually do? A local council such as…

Defibrilliant News for Town

Oundle Town Council voted unanimously to install five defibrillators in key locations around town. The council have agreed to work with Heartstart and Oundle First Responders to fit defibrillator units.…

Should We Stay or Should We Go? The EU Debate

The EU referendum, set to take place on the 23rd of June, represents one of the most important decisions that this country has faced in recent years. As well as…

Oundle Scout Leader in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Oundle Scout Leader in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Oundle resident Shelia Pick was awarded a British Empire Medal in last year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list ‘For services to the Scout Movement in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire’. Sheila Pick has…

WWII Veteran Awarded Legion d’Honeur

WWII Veteran Awarded Legion d’Honeur

The prestigious Legion d’Honneur (Legion of Honour) award is France’s highest medal for both military and civil merits. In the last year, British veterans from the Second World War have…

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