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Posted: Mon, 06 Sep 2021 18:58 by Mark Hunter
It was the fifth annual fun dog show at the Village Hall on Sunday 5th September 2021. The Best in Show was won by Nicky with her dog Hurley, and the Fancy Dress was won by Alfie with his dog Bear (police). Many thanks to the Events Team for organising the event.
Posted: Fri, 03 Sep 2021 14:21 by Mark Hunter
In July, the government published a consultation to engage with local communities about the future of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc, seeking views to help shape a vision for the Spatial Framework.
The government want to make sure as many people have the opportunity to contribute to this consultation. They are particularly keen to hear from those communities that may be traditionally less well heard or have little experience of engaging with government and consultations. More »
The Arc spans the five counties of Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire. This forms an 'Arc', which provides a place to live for approximately 3.7 million residents and supports over 2 million jobs.
To gather views from residents and local businesses, the Government has launched a new online tool, designed to make it as quick and easy as possible for residents and members of the public to make their voice heard This can be found here: https://placebuilder.io/futureofthearc. Alternatively, written submissions can be sent in also. Details about this can be found in the consultation information. » Less
Posted: Tue, 10 Aug 2021 23:28 by Mark Hunter
A Police Safer Roads Team (SRT) van was monitoring traffic on the Raunds Road on Tuesday afternoon, with 6 drivers detected over the speed limit (30 mph) and two drivers detected not wearing their seatbelt.