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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…

PWS fencing champion is Young Sportswoman of the Year finalist

PWS fencing champion is Young Sportswoman of the Year finalist

Rachael Lever, a pupil at Prince William School is a world-class fencer, ranked number one for her age group in the country. Rachael has accomplished much in her short career:…

ENC draft Local Plan raises objections to housing plans

The East Northamptonshire County planning authority has submitted for consultation a new Local Plan that will have a far reaching impact on developments within Oundle, and on the Oundle Neighbourhood…

“Ask for Angela” campaign offers support for pub patrons

Restaurants and pubs in Oundle have started to participate in the ‘Ask for Angela’ campaign, which seeks to help people who feel uncomfortable or need protection whilst on a date…

Barnwell castle on At Risk Register

Barnwell castle on At Risk Register

Historic England has listed the condition of Barnwell Castle as “poor”, and entered it on its 2018 Heritage at Risk Register. Historic England East Midlands is working with the owner…

Playing Monopoly is a good investment

Playing Monopoly is a good investment

Having an edition of the Oundle Monopoly board might be more of a good investment than just a game, and owners may want to hang onto them. The boards have…

Counterfeit money circulates in Market Place

Counterfeit money circulates in Market Place

Reflecting trends across the country, businesses in Oundle have experienced counterfeit money. Dexters, The Talbot, Beans, Co-op, Crackers and Oundle News are all known to have received fraudulent notes. According…

Police Beat

Police Beat

According to the latest published police report data, there was a general increase in crime from August to September, totalling 33 crimes. While there were eight cases of antisocial behaviour…

A year of disruption and change at NCC

Feeling confused about how this came to pass, and what lies ahead? Here is a timeline of the events and decisions that have been rolled out over the last year.…

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