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summer holiday what’s on guide: fun for the kids

Summer holiday what’s on guide: fun for the kids

Welcome to our summer what's on guide full of fun stuff for the kids to do during the holidays. The summer what’s on guide will be updated every time we receive a new event so keep checking back to find new things to do. Email us with your events to edit

57 min. ago in Regional East
 
charity opens house to help homeless pregnant women in northampton

Charity opens house to help homeless pregnant women in Northampton

A house to shelter young pregnant women who have been made homeless in Northampton will open this month. Life Housing, which already has 24 similar houses across the UK, will open for the first time in Northampton later this month. It will offer support

57 min. ago in Regional East
 
nominations open for northampton 2014 sports awards

Nominations open for Northampton 2014 Sports Awards

The tireless hard work and dedication of the sports men and women who are involved in local sports will be recognised at a special awards ceremony later this year. Organised by Northampton Leisure Trust, the 2014 Sports Awards is now accepting nomination

today, 07:59 in Regional East
 
charity opens house to help homeless pregnant women in northampton

Charity opens house to help homeless pregnant women in Northampton

A house to shelter young pregnant women who have been made homeless in Northampton will open this month. Life Housing, which already has 24 similar houses across the UK, will open for the first time in Northampton later this month. It will offer support

today, 07:42 in Regional East
 

Northampton teenager awarded accounting scholarship worth £15,000

A Northampton school leaver is just one of 16 young people to be selected from 300 applicants for an accountancy scholarship. James Preston, 16, of Wakes Meadow, Northampton, has been awarded the scholarship with Kaplan. Each year, Kaplan awards school-l

today, 07:33 in Regional East
 
nominations open for northampton 2014 sports awars

Nominations open for Northampton 2014 Sports Awars

The tireless hard work and dedication of the sports men and women who are involved in local sports will be recognised at a special awards ceremony later this year. Organised by Northampton Leisure Trust, the 2014 Sports Awards is now accepting nomination

today, 07:33 in Regional East
 
a45 in northampton closed for two hours after crash involving car and motorbike

A45 in Northampton closed for two hours after crash involving car and motorbike

A crash involving a car and a motorbike closed the A45 in Northampton for around two hours last night (Thursday). Emergency services were called to the westbound carriageway between Barnes Meadow Interchange and Queen Eleanor roundabout at around 8pm las

yesterday, 22:33 in Regional East
 
sekhemka cash will allow northampton to attract alternative funding, says council leader

Sekhemka cash will allow Northampton to attract alternative funding, says council leader

Northampton will suffer "no reduction in its cultural offer", the borough council leader has said, despite the decision by Arts Council England to pull future funding from two town museums. Arts Council England this mornig announced its...

yesterday, 15:42 in Regional East
 
woman sexually assaulted in abington park, northampton

Woman sexually assaulted in Abington Park, Northampton

A 30-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in Abington Park in Northampton. Officers are now appealing for witnesses to the incident which happened in the park on Wednesday evening. A 30-year-old woman had been with a group of friends in the top part of

yesterday, 15:20 in Regional East
 
breaking news: jamie mcmahon’s killers handed prison sentences of at least 20 years and 26 years

BREAKING NEWS: Jamie McMahon’s killers handed prison sentences of at least 20 years and 26 years

The two men who murdered Jamie McMahon in a Northampton churchyard have been jailed for a minimum of 46 years. At 12.10pm today, Judge Rupert Mayo pronounced the sentences for Mark Lewis, from Upton, and Michael Francis, of St James, at Northampton Crown

yesterday, 14:44 in Regional East
 

VIDEO: Police inspector on Jamie McMahon case: ‘I hope his heartbroken family can find some closure’

The lead police officer in the Jamie McMahon murder case said she hoped the sentences handed down today would help his family come to terms with their loss. Detective Inspector Louise Hemingway said: “We are pleased with the significant jail terms handed

yesterday, 13:41 in Regional East
 
police inspector on jamie mcmahon case: ‘i hope his heartbroken family can find some closure’

Police inspector on Jamie McMahon case: ‘I hope his heartbroken family can find some closure’

The lead police officer in the Jamie McMahon murder case said she hoped the sentences handed down today would help his family come to terms with their loss. Detective Inspector Louise Hemingway said: “We are pleased with the significant jail terms handed

yesterday, 13:16 in Regional East
 
breaking news: jamie mcmahon’s killers handed prison sentences of 20 years and 26 years

BREAKING NEWS: Jamie McMahon’s killers handed prison sentences of 20 years and 26 years

The two men who murdered Jamie McMahon in a Northampton churchyard have been jailed for 46 years. In the last few minutes, Judge Rupert Mayo pronounced the sentences for Mark Lewis, from Upton, and Michael Francis, of St James, at Northampton Crown Court

yesterday, 12:28 in Regional East
 
dr kez from northampton gp practice braves the shave to raise money for macmillan

Dr Kez from Northampton GP practice braves the shave to raise money for Macmillan

A lead doctor from Northampton "braved the shave' for Macmillan Cancer Support - and a local Macmillan nurse was the one with the clippers! She set about raising the money as both professionally and personally, Macmillan’s work is close to her...

yesterday, 11:09 in Regional East
 
breaking news: two northampton museums lose accreditation until 2019 over sekhemka sale

BREAKING NEWS: Two Northampton museums lose accreditation until 2019 over Sekhemka sale

The process leading to the multi-million pound sale of an Egyptian statue by Northampton Borough Council contravened museum accreditation standards, Arts Council England has ruled today. As a result of the £16 million Sekhemka sale in London last month,

yesterday, 10:46 in Regional East
 
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