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Mayors Civic Service

Mayors Civic Service

On Sunday 6th October the Irthlingborough Mayor Councillor Adrian Winkle held his Civic Service in St Peters Church Irthlingborough.

Posted: Thu, 10 Oct 2019 14:06 by Hanneke Soans

Public Consultation - Town Centre Car Park

Public Consultation - Town Centre Car Park

Please come along and have your say….

Irthlingborough Town Council are considering purchasing the section of the Town Centre Car Park as highlighted on the image:

The car park is currently owned by three organisations, Irthlingborough Town Council, East Northants District Council and a private company. The Town Council would like to purchase the area of the car park marked in red below to prevent any future development and retain the area for public parking. More »

To have your say and find out more details please come along to our public consultation event, details below:

Date: Saturday 19th October 2019

Location: Irthlingborough Junior School, College Street, Irthlingborough NN9 5TX

Time: Please feel free to drop in between 2pm and 7pm

If you are unable to attend the above event please complete our online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9T8XS7S

For further details please telephone the Council Offices (01933) 650866 or email admin@irthlingborough-tc.gov.uk » Less

Posted: Thu, 26 Sep 2019 16:39 by Angie Daly

6th Nene Valley Festival is a sucess

6th Nene Valley Festival

Thousands of people turned out to enjoy the masses of activities on offer during this year's Nene Valley Festival, which took place from Saturday 14 - Sunday 22nd September and was funded by Heritage Lottery through Nenescape.

Cllr Sarah Peacock, East Northamptonshire Councillor said about the festival;

"From culture to nature and anything in between, this year's festival really highlighted the variety of activities on offer and the wonderful towns and villages, country parks and architecture along the Nene Valley. More »

This year's festival highlights included a Heritage Family Fun Day at Rushden Lakes, Food and Drink Festival at Barnwell Country Park and Cyclefest at Stanwick Lakes. » Less

Posted: Thu, 26 Sep 2019 10:53 by Hanneke Soans