Category Archives: History

Spanning the Centuries

Spanning the Centuries: the historic bridges of Northamptonshire by Julian Bowsher Northamptonshire County Council has commissioned a beautiful new book which looks at the historic bridges within the county. Reading the book alongside the interactive mapping on the county council … Continue reading

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Catch a train to Corby?

Message from Tom Pursglove MP: I have recently had a letter from the Rt. Hon Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Transport, regarding the re-franchising of the Midland Mainline. In the letter, the Secretary of State outlines that the … Continue reading

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The Future of Easton Garford School

As you will know, the future of our village Primary School is in doubt. For information, here is the letter sent to all parents and carers recently from the Peterborough Diocese Education Trust. There is a Facebook Group available with … Continue reading

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Exhibition at the Priests’ House, Easton on the Hill, this summer

This summer the Priest’s House contains an exhibition: “Our local nature reserves – a Wildlife Trusts exhibition”. Three Wildlife Trusts have joined together to showcase their work and describe nature reserves local to Collyweston. These include Collyweston Quarries (aka ‘The … Continue reading

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Calling all bakers!

We are once again holding the very popular GREAT COLLYWESTON BAKE OFF at the Village Fete. Entry is FREE. Cakes need to be delivered to The Hermitage, High Street, Collyweston before 12 noon on Saturday 3rd June. Please contact Karen … Continue reading

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County council election results

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Come and meet your village!

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