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Northampton Saints poor form at Franklin’s Gardens continued as they suffered their second defeat of the season to Harlequins. The loss to Quins means that the Saints have been defeated in their last eight home matches, their worst run in the professional era. After their 32-23 defeat to Sale Sharks, the Saints made several changes […]

From Wednesday the 2nd of December when lockdown ends the county will enter into Tier 2 which will be reviewed two weeks later. But what does this mean for shopping, pubs and seeing friends and family. In tier 2: you must not socialise with anyone you do not live with or who is not in […]

Northampton Filmhouse, the two-screen cinema adjacent to Royal & Derngate, is pleased to announce that full fibre network provider, CityFibre is sponsoring the organisation’s newly launched film streaming service. This curated programme of virtual screenings, Northampton Filmhouse At Home, will allow movie-lovers to enjoy a selection of recent and new releases in their own home, […]

VIN is now working with the Lottery Community Fund and Northamptonshire Community Foundation to deliver Good Neighbour Schemes in Northampton. What is a Good Neighbours Scheme? Good Neighbour Schemes are a way of local people coming together as volunteers and helping others in their community. A community could be a street, an area or a […]

Residents and businesses are invited to join the Northampton Community Safety Partnership in making a stand against gender-based abuse during 16 Days of Activism (25 November to 10 December). This year, the partnership will host a virtual programme of activities to raise awareness of the world’s most persistent violations of human rights – violence against women […]

Cobblers’ boss Keith Curle is mapping out plans to prevent his team crashing down into League Two. He hopes the team’s win against Stevenage in the Papa John’s Trophy group stage will give his side a badly needed shot of confidence. That he hopes will boost them as they prepare for their next match against […]

Government-backed mass testing to begin at University to help protect people most at risk over the festive break The University of Northampton – in partnership with the Government – is launching a programme of testing for students without symptoms to reduce the risk of COVID-19 being passed on to loved ones over Christmas. From 30 November, testing will be […]

A young man who has worked tirelessly to educate on black history and a teenager who organised a virtual TEDx event to empower students were the winners of the 2020 Northampton Male Role Model of the Year awards. The awards, which recognise the important contributions local men and boys make in their communities, families, schools […]

Workbridge on Bedford Road are sharing a little festive joy with the opening of their new Christmas Market this week in the garden centre. Workbridge is a Northampton charity and social enterprise that helps adults with learning disabilities, brain injuries, mental illness or autism develop their confidence and skills for life and work. Their popular […]

A new draft logo design for the upcoming West Northamptonshire Council has been published this week. The final iteration of the design was created after almost 2,000 people took part in a survey on three initial drafts. The most popular designed was modified to take into account comments made during the survey and will be […]

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