Northampton, England Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Nothing van driver could have done to avoid hitting Northampton man on motorway, inquest hearsRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Northampton Today

    A van driver could not have avoided hitting a talented maths graduate who sprinted onto a Northamptonshire dual carriageway earlier this year, an inquest heard yesterday. The man was driving a white transit on the M45 at Kilsby on the morning of March 6, 2017 when he saw a silver Honda Civic facing the wrong way on the hard shoulder.

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  2. Johnny Wardle-Fred Trueman sledge exchangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | CricketCountry.com

    From left: Willie Watson, Fred Trueman , Johnny Wardle , and Len Hutton - Yorkshiremen all - ahead of boarding the flight for West Indies months before the incident Getty Images July 7, 1954. Fred Trueman and Frank Tyson met in a duel at Northampton.

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  3. Northampton charity celebrates supporting 650 new mums with baby 'starter packs'Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Northampton Today

    A Northampton-based charity, who have supported mums-to-be for over four years, is marking their success after giving away 650 Moses baskets to mostly vulnerable parents. Working alongside agencies, including health visitors, midwives and children's centres, Baby Basics of Grange Park often supports mums who have been affected by domestic violence.

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  4. Daventry Masonic Centre opens its doors as part of Heritage Open DaysRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Daventry Express

    The aim of the event was to make people aware that Freemasonry not only exists in Daventry, but that it is thriving. Mike Sheppard, of Daventry Freemasons, said: "It also gave the local public a chance to have a guided tour of the lodge rooms and have the symbolism of the many curious objects used at it's meetings explained and to view an exhibition and video providing information on Freemasonry and its achievements both worldwide and locally.

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  5. Northamptonshire Growth Hub takes up residency at Daventry iConRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Daventry Express

    Small and medium-sized businesses in the Daventry area looking for support can now take advantage of face-to-face help available right on their doorstep. Northamptonshire Growth Hub has taken up residency at the Daventry iCon centre, initially for several mornings per week, as it focuses on increasing the support available to businesses in the county.

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  6. Man 'punched in the head' near Northampton junctionRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Northampton Today

    A man was punched in the head as he walked by the Welford Road and Harborough Road junction in Kingsthorpe. A man was punched in the head by a passer-by as he walked near to a busy junction in Northampton The victim was walking along Welford Road, near to the junction with Harborough Road in Kingsthorpe, at about 6.45am on Monday 11 September, when he was approached by a man who punched him in the head before walking off.

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  7. Date set for emergency maintenance on Northampton's Eleanor CrossRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Northampton Today

    Local historians have been calling for the council to "save" the Hardingstone Eleanor Cross, in London Road, from falling into disrepair after disputes over who was responsible for its upkeep. Councillor Tim Hadland, cabinet member for regeneration, said: "We all want to see the cross protected and that is precisely why the borough council has pushed ahead.

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  8. Motorway in Northamptonshire shut after multi-vehicle pile-upRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Miltonkeynes Today

    An air ambulance has been called to the M1 in Northamptonshire and the motorway has been closed after a lorry went through through the central reservation. The motorway has been shut by police after what a spokeswoman described as a "multi-vehicle" collision south of junction 15 for Northampton at 2.50pm.

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  9. in Pictures: Thousands turn out for Northampton village's 20th annual scarecrow festivalRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Northampton Today

    Dinosaurs, tie fighters and Mr T took paraded through a Northamptonshire village this weekend for the 20th Annual Harpole Scarecrow Festival. Entrants to the yearly contest included a six-metre tall Star Wars AT-AT walker by Ian Mockett and friends, as featured in the Chronicle & Echo last week.

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  10. Help send Northampton's 'Mr Cricket' Down Under to beat the AussiesRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Northampton Today

    A Northampton community sports coach who has taught cricket to thousands of children is being helped to reach his own sporting goal. A JustGiving crowdfunding page has been set up to send pensioner and cricketer Mick Allen to play for England over 70's side Down Under.

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  11. Severe delays in and around Northampton as traffic...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Northampton Today

    The A43 southbound from Junction 15a towards Towcester is also experiencing severe delays. There are severe delays and stationary traffic on the A4 in both directions heading towards the A43 roundabout at Towcester, with further delays on the A43 northbound going towards the McDonald's roundabout in Towcester.

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  12. Northamptonshire crime chief to write to Home Secretary to call for...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Northampton Today

    Acid attack thugs should be handed tougher sentences according to the county's police and crime commissioner, following a spate of alleged incidents in the county. Stephen Mold has even pledged to write to the home secretary Amber Rudd in a bid to see harsher punishments dished out for the life-changing crimes, the Chronicle and Echo can reveal this week.

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  13. Charity auction and ball for Daventry boy in aid of Down Syndrome Group NorthamptonshireRead the original story

    Friday Sep 8 | Daventry Express

    A charity auction and ball have been organised by a Daventry boy and his family in aid of his primary school in Staverton and the Down Syndrome Group Northamptonshire. Aiden Brennan and his family will host a night filled with diamonds, music, fireworks and prizes on October 28 at Dunchurch Park in Rugby.

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  14. Cocaine dealers who brought close to A 1m of drugs into Northampton will share 50-year prison termRead the original story

    Friday Sep 8 | Northampton Today

    A gang of six men have been sentenced to a total of 50 years in prison for their part in a major cocaine conspiracy to bring the drug into Northampton. A drug gang who imported close to 1million of high-purity cocaine into Northampton have been sentenced to a total of 50 years between them.

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  15. Daventry Masonic Centre opens doors as part of Heritage Open DaysRead the original story

    Friday Sep 8 | Daventry Express

    Daventry Masonic Centre will be opening its doors to the public as part of the annual Heritage Open Days event. The centre, in High Street, opens its doors from 11am and 4pm today and then on September 8, 9 and 10. Apart from taking part in the Heritage event to give the local public a chance to have a guided tour of the lodge rooms and view an exhibition and video giving information on Freemasonry, worldwide, nationally and locally, this also is part of a celebration of the 300th Anniversary of the Grand Lodge of England.

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  16. Packers Fans From Across The PondRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    ... in a car park and to have like barbecue and drinks and that's completely new," said Callum Thomson of Northampton, England. "You've got to tailgate. That's almost part of like, um, the must-dos." Visiting Green Bay also means spending plenty of time ...

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  17. Expert help at hand for areas of Northamptonshire most at risk of floodingRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 7 | Northampton Today

    Expert help in preventing future floods in the most at risk areas of the county has become available thanks to a three-year Northamptonshire County Council project. The Pathfinder II project - launched last year - allows groups to apply for support to help reduce the likelihood of surface water flooding, and aims to offer help to 30 communities based in either urban or rural settings, and be residential or commercial or a combination of both.

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  18. Sat navs, tiredness and other passengers among biggest distractions for Northamptonshire driversRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 7 | Northampton Today

    Sat navs, in-car technology, daydreaming, tiredness, and talking to other passengers are some of the biggest distractions for Northamptonshire drivers, according to a roadside survey carried out by county fire and rescue services. Of the drivers the fire service spoke to at Northampton and Watford Gap services, 50 picked their sat-nav or other in-car technology as the biggest culprit for distracting them from the road.

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  19. Northamptonshire fibromyalgia group founder celebrates anniversarywith partyRead the original story

    Friday Sep 1 | Northampton Today

    The Nene Valley Fibromyalgia Support Group was set up in May 2000 to offer a lifeline to those affected by the musculoskeletal condition, which causes pain and chronic fatigue. Heather Butterwick, who was diagnosed with the condition in the early 90s, founded the group to help others who suffer from fibromyalgia and to raise awareness of the illness.

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  20. New traveller site will not cure Northampton's illegal encampment problems says new MPRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 31 | Northampton Today

    A new designated area for travellers to stay in Northampton will do nothing to deter illegal encampments from pitching up in the town, an MP has said. Andrew Lewer has responded to the claims by former housing minister Sally Keeble made in the Chronicle and Echo last week, in which the politician blamed town leaders for failing to "bite the bullet" over such a site.

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