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Peterborough United FC was promoted back to the Championship after an eight year stay in League One, finishing runner-up in the 2020-21 season. They now sit proudly in the second…

Probus clubs thrive in Oundle

A comfortable retirement from work after a busy career is an ambition for most professionals. But many find that when they leave the workplace what they most miss is the…

Lord Robert Winston joins local Learning Partnership as patron of ExpertEd:Live

Lord Robert Winston joins local Learning  Partnership as patron of ExpertEd:Live

The Oundle, Peterborough and East Northants (OPEN) Learning Partnership welcomed Professor Lord Robert Winston to Oundle on 29 November. Professor Winston is familiar to households across the country as a…

Take a hike in Northamptonshire with fellow walkers

If walking in the countryside appeals to you, then consider joining the Facebook group “Northamptonshire Walks”. With contributions from over 27,000 other walkers there are many posts sharing scenic, and…

Travel in the pandemic era remains uncertain amidst shifting rules and restrictions

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused widespread disruption to travel over the last two years. To prevent the spread of the disease within countries and across borders, precautions and restrictions have…

University applicants under pressure for places in 2022

University applicants under pressure for places in 2022

Among those affected by the disruptions of the pandemic have been students making university applications amidst the uncertainty of exams, assessments and online learning at university. In the higher education…

Surge in drink spiking spurs action to address safety on nights out

Surge in drink spiking spurs action to address safety on nights out

The return to university this year saw students once again enjoying the freedom to go out to pubs and clubs with new friends. The renewal of nights out on the…

Old English graveyards to be geo-mapped and digitised for family researchers

Old English graveyards to be geo-mapped and digitised for family researchers

Most of us in Oundle walk through the graveyard at St Peter’s Church regularly, but how often do we stop and look at the graves and consider the history of…

Sight loss charity makes an appeal for local volunteers to foster guide dog puppies

Sight loss charity makes an appeal for local volunteers  to foster guide dog puppies

Sight loss charity Guide Dogs has launched an appeal in Oundle, Corby and Kettering for volunteers who can provide a loving home to a guide dog puppy for the first…

New business in Oundle offers personalised counselling services

Mental health is becoming a more open topic of conversation and people are now more aware of noticing their moods and feelings, and asking for help if they are struggling.…

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