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Dog Show Classes (£1 per entry per class) The dog show is just for fun, please bare that in mind when taking part. Everyone is welcome but this isn’t Crufts!! Rosettes will be presented to the first 3 winners of … Continue reading
The café continues to be open of Fridays throughout June (9-11.30am). If you would like to use the facilities for a charity fundraiser contact Val on 832422.
Great news from the weekend. The annual plant sale raised £529 for Church Funds. Thank you to everyone who supported the event, either running stalls, providing plants or simply attending.
The next Parish Council Meeting is on Monday 14th May in the Committee room. There will also be the AGM and Annual Parish Meeting on the same evening from 7pm. The Agendas are displayed on the notice boards and are … Continue reading
A second phase of formal consultation for the Rail Central development will take place between 15 March and 11.59pm on 23 April 2018. As part of this the applicant will be holding a series of exhibitions at venues close to … Continue reading
Ashfield Land and Roxhill between them appear more determined than ever to build the largest warehouse park in Europe (this is not an exaggeration) in the middle of four rural villages, changing the character and nature of south Northants forever. … Continue reading
Northampton Male Voice Choir (NMVC) is challenging the men of Northamptonshire to join them and the wonderful soprano Emily Haig in a concert on 14 April 2018 to raise money for PROSTATE CANCER UK. We’re holding two open evenings at … Continue reading
Over the Christmas Period Roxhill have published another newsletter about the Northampton Gateway Strategic Rail Freight Interchange. This can be viewed online here
It was believed that the proposal for 66 new homes were in the wrong location, not needed and would damage the rural character of Rothersthorpe, according to South Northamptonshire Council’s (SNC) Planning Committee (PC). On Thursday, 4 January 2018 the … Continue reading