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From Sunday 28th July, Stagecoach will be making the following changes to their bus services in the Wellingborough and East Northants areas, including their Raunds – Wellingborough - Northampton service :
Service X46 : Raunds – Higham Ferrers – Rushden – Rushden Lakes – Wellingborough – Wilby – Northampton
Between Rushden and Wellingborough this service will be revised to operate via Grangeway Estate in Rushden and Irchester, in lieu of Rushden Lakes and the A45. More »
Service X47 : Raunds – Higham Ferrers – Rushden – Rushden Lakes – Wellingborough – Great Doddington – Northampton
On Sundays this service will be increased to operate every half-hour between Chowns Mill, Higham Ferrers, Rushden, Rushden Lakes and Wellingborough.
Posted: Mon, 15 Jul 2019 10:13 by Kate Houlihan
On behalf of Roxhill, the developers of Warth Park, Broadbent Studios have been working on concepts for a Gateway Sculpture at the entrance to Brick Kiln Road. Everyone is invited to see the proposal and meet the artists.
The event takes place on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at Saxon Hall, Raunds.
Session one is 12-2pm
Session two 4.30-7pm
Posted: Wed, 03 Jul 2019 09:33 by Kate Houlihan
Many people will have seen the July issue of Raunds Round-Up. The front cover promotes Raunds Carnival 2019, incorporating Raunds Classic. The Town Council would like to make it clear that the Raunds Classic does not form part of this year's Carnival on Amos Lawrence Playing Field. Unfortunately, print deadlines meant that the editors of Raunds Round-Up were unable to alter the cover or content of the magazine. More »
In November 2018, the Town Council granted permission for the Carnival to use Amos Lawrence playing field, free of charge, following an application from Raunds Action Group. No mention was made in this application that a classic car show was being held, and no separate approach was made by the organisers of Raunds Classic asking for permission for their event to be held at Amos Lawrence or at any other location owned by the Town Council.
In September 2018 the Town Council was approached by another organisation asking for support with their event. On the basis that no other competing events were being held in the town, the Town Council agreed to support the event.
In May 2019, when flyers were delivered around the town, the Town Council became aware that Raunds Classic were intending on holding an event on Amos Lawrence at the same time as the Carnival. As landowner of Amos Lawrence Playing Field the Town Council had a duty to consider this matter.
At the Full Council meeting on 11th June 2019, Members of the Town Council considered the matter and, following discussion, resolved that:
- The Council has not received an application for Raunds Classic to be held and therefore no permission has been granted for this event.
The Town Council remains committed to supporting as many organisations as possible who want to put events on in Raunds and will do its utmost to offer support and resources where possible.
The Town Council wishes the Carnival every success and hope that as many residents as possible will watch the parade and enjoy all the attractions at Amos Lawrence Park. » Less
Posted: Tue, 02 Jul 2019 17:17 by Kate Houlihan