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Activities for everyone around the county

Wellingborough: Made with Many and Warts and All Theatre are hosting the Borough Bash events this month, with the first event kicking off tomorrow (July 18).

Click here for details of the creative events, which includes exploration, as well as free picnic and goody bag.

Corby: Pleasure Garden at Deene Park.

Set throughout the grounds of 14th century Deen Park pleasure garden in an exhibition of new and existing art works exploring how the relationship between the natural and human world. More »

The cost is £3 and booking details here

https://deenepark.com/fermynwoods-contemporary-art-pleasure-garden/

Sywell: Open water swimming

Why not try one of the fastest growing sports in the country and jump into the water at Sywell Country park (Washbrook Lane). Sessions are from 8am to 11am every morning and children must be aged over eight and all under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Booking details here

Kettering: Wicksteed Park Contemporary Art Exhibition

Running until July 31 this free exhibition at the park is featuring artwork by members of Kettering and District Arts Society. The exhibition can be viewed at the Learning Centre on Wednesdays and weekend. More details here

Northampton: The Whisper Tree

Take a stroll from the Royal and Derngate theatre in Guildhall Road down into Beckets Park with an innovative audio performance. With a free illustrated map created by local artist – Fridge Street – available to download all you need is headphones, a pen and a phone to be ready to set off on your treasure hunt to find The Whisper Tree. Book here

Irchester: Jungle Parc

Always a winner is the Jungle Parc at Irchester Country Park. There are two courses to explore and children must be aged four and above. £15 per child. Booking details here

Stoke Bruerne: Bug Hunt

Take part in pond dipping and a bug hunt in Stoke Bruerne. Everything you need is provided and the event is completely free. For dates and booking details click here.

Stanwick: Movies by the lake

Watch a movie in a beautiful lakeside setting. Stanwick Lakes will be showing a number of films throughout the summer. For full listings and booking details click here.

Northampton: The dinosaurs are coming to town

Ritchie the Raptor, Zeus the T Rex and Tank the Triceratops will be visiting Northampton town centre on Saturday July 24. Shops and restaurants will be joining the fun from July 24 to August 14 with 'Dino diner meal deals', special offers and other activities.

Northampton: Museum and Art Gallery

Northampton's newly renovated museum and art gallery is now open. With exhibitions, events and activities running throughout the summer there's lots to see and do. More details here.

Rushden: Rushden Rangers

Rushden Lakes is kicking off the summer holidays with the return of Rushden Rangers. There will be a wild walk on July 22 with themed educational activity trails around the lake.

Tickets are needed for every member of your party including adults and children. More information can be found here.

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Posted: Sat, 17 Jul 2021 17:47 by Maureen Holliday

Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner Newsletter July 21

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Posted: Sat, 10 Jul 2021 22:14 by Maureen Holliday

Overstone Neighbourhood Development Plan - Receipt of Examiner'sFinal Report

The independent examiner for the Overstone Neighbourhood Development Plan, Mr Andrew Ashcroft, BA (Hons) MA, DMS, MRTPI, has assessed the Neighbourhood Plan against the basic conditions and has completed his report. The Council will now consider the examiner's recommendations including whether the Overstone Neighbourhood Development Plan should proceed to referendum.

You can view the Examiner's report and all other documents on the following page of the Council's website: More »

Posted: Mon, 05 Jul 2021 12:10 by Maureen Holliday