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Northampton College has confirmed it will continue to offer free meals to the most vulnerable 16 to 18-year-old students over the summer holidays. The government was forced into a U-turn on its decision not to provide free lunch vouchers to school pupils during August following a campaign led by Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford. […]

Three of Age UK Northamptonshire’s eight charity shops will reopen on Monday 6th July following Government guidance on the easing of lockdown. After careful consideration, the charity has taken the decision to open three of the larger charity shops, where social distancing measures can be implemented safely. Two Northampton shops; 14 Alexandra Terrace, Kingsthorpe and […]

Fashion students have been praised for their professionalism and creativity after overcoming the constraints of lockdown to successfully complete an industry challenge. Second years studying Fashion, Textiles and Footwear & Accessories at the University of Northampton were challenged to come up with a capsule collection for global apparel label manufacturer, ITL Group. ITL produces apparel […]

Chefs at an award-winning Northampton restaurant have come up with a special blend of herbs and spices to create the perfect dish for Cobblers fans ahead of Northampton Town’s appearance at Wembley on Monday. The team at Saffron, in Castilian Street, have created the Cobbler Curry in honour of Keith Curle’s promotion-hunting side and the […]

Following the government announcement that libraries are able to re-open to the public in early July, Northamptonshire Libraries will be introducing a phased reopening to ensure the safety of both staff and customers. From Monday, 6 July, seven of the county’s libraries will reopen to ensure accessibility for the maximum number of customers. The libraries […]

Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire are concerned about those under the shielded list. They need your support, to spread the word and help to identify where the Unmet Need might be and how they can assist in meeting individual vulnerability across Northampton. As lockdown restrictions ease, people start to return to work and adapt to the new normal, […]

Firefighters in Northamptonshire have contributed more than 700 hours of support for the work of East Midlands Ambulance Service during the Covid-19 pandemic. A total of 12 firefighters from Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service began training in certain specialist functions with EMAS two months ago. Since April, they have carried out over 70 shifts, working […]

The first weekend in July will be marked by a minute’s silence in memory of all those who have lost their lives and a national moment of appreciation for the social connections that have kept the country going, when we can all raise a glass, or a cup of tea in a nationwide offer of […]

A group of police motorcyclists joined a man on his 18th birthday as he ran a marathon across Northamptonshire in order to raise money for the NHS. Trystan Barnett, a champion triathlete, decided to undertake the gruelling task after his triathlon season was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Starting at his dad’s house in […]

After a disappointing first leg, the cobblers had to travel to The Jonny Rocks Stadium in order to salvage anything. Northampton lost 2-0 to Cheltenham Town in the first leg with Charlie Raglan and Conor Thomas getting on the score sheet. Cobblers knew that they needed two goals minimum to even draw level against Cheltenham […]


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