Coronavirus

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Gordon Anderson, a patient who had COVID-19 at Northampton General Hospital, has returned home to his family after 86 days in hospital. Gordon came in to the Accident and Emergency department at the hospital on 27 March with COVID-19 symptoms and a low oxygen level. Following his admission to hospital he needed care in the […]

Creative students from the University of Northampton have overcome the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic to produce some brilliant work in lockdown. The lockdown came just as final year Graphic Communication students were working on the most important project of their three years at university. Being asked to leave campus and to not return wasn’t […]

A range of businesses in Northampton, which have not received other Government funding, could be eligible for a Discretionary Fund Grant from the Borough Council. The following businesses are encouraged to contact Northampton Borough Council by 5pm, this Friday, 19 June, if they fall within the following criteria: •    Large local businesses in the Hospitality […]

Healthwatch Northamptonshire is asking you to share your story to help services learn and improve from the experiences of people from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic backgrounds during COVID-19. Healthwatch Northamptonshire is the independent champion for health and social care in the county, representing all residents of Northamptonshire. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic […]

Northampton’s LGBTQ and Allies Forum, Northampton Pride Committee and Grosvenor Shopping Northampton are encouraging artists, performers, community groups and individuals to get involved in a social distanced celebration of the LGBTQ community on Saturday, 18 July. Following the cancellation of Pride events set to take place in the town centre due to the coronavirus outbreak, […]

Age UK Northamptonshire is set to keep their shopping and hot meals delivery services, due to increasing demand across Northamptonshire. Originally set up as emergency services in response to lockdown, the charity has decided to keep both services as permanent offerings for older people across Northamptonshire. The charity closed the doors to its day centres […]

The Wicksteed Charitable Trust, which owns Wicksteed Park, has launched a fundraising appeal in a bid to save the park in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Wicksteed Park is the oldest theme park on the UK mainland and one of the oldest in the world. It is owned by Wicksteed Charitable Trust but has […]

Town centre managers have made some useful points to consider ahead of any shopping trip, to help make a visit the best it can be under current circumstances and restrictions.  As with food shopping, everyone will be required to observe social distancing guidance and stay at least two metres apart, and retailers will have safety […]

Lockdown may have closed most of the University of Northampton’s buildings, but one health team remained on call providing a vital, life-saving service for the community. The Podiatry Clinic is situated next door to Northampton General Hospital and doesn’t know the meaning of a ‘quiet day’. During business-as-usual periods, upwards of 100 patients can be […]

On Monday 15 June, the Home by Scope charity shop in Northampton will be one the first 16 stores to reopen its doors to the public. Scope, the disability equality charity, has seen its retail income plummet during the pandemic, with income being 85 per cent down. Scope’s priority as its shops reopen is the […]


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