Steve Pateman, the real Charlie Price, who provided the inspiration for the hit film and musical 'Kinky Boots' will be at the Saxon Hall on Wednesday 19th September for the Raunds Film Afternoon. He will also be bringing along his new book 'Boss in Boots' so grab yourself a signed copy. Call 01933 622087 to reserve your seat for the film.
Posted: Mon, 17 Sep 2018 11:42 by Emma Williams
We are pleased to welcome JL Cake Creations to the market, so pop along and try some of these amazing cakes.
JL Cake Creations also create bespoke cakes for your special event search for @JLCakecreations2016 to see their facebook page.
Posted: Fri, 07 Sep 2018 11:13 by Kate Houlihan
Operation Viper is Northamptonshire Police's crackdown on Serious and Organised Crime.
Serious and Organised Crime has no home in Northamptonshire and we need your help in telling us if you're aware of any issues in your area so we can investigate them.
Please if possible can you take a moment to complete the below survey. We're determined to make Northamptonshire a hostile place for criminals but we're... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 06 Sep 2018 11:19 by Emma Williams
On Monday 3rd September Raunds Town Council will be showing its support for the UK Merchant Navy by flying the Red Ensign.
Since 2000, Merchant Navy Day on 3rd September has honoured the brave men and women who kept our nation afloat during both World Wars, and celebrates our dependence on modern day merchant seafarers.
Posted: Mon, 03 Sep 2018 09:49 by Kate Houlihan
A proposal for local government reform has been agreed by East Northamptonshire Council (ENC) at a Full Council meeting on Thursday, 30 August.
Steven North, ENC Leader, said: "The case for two unitary authorities in Northamptonshire was thoroughly discussed with many councillors contributing to the debate.
"This council has much to be proud of with many achievements recognised over the years including... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 31 Aug 2018 09:36 by Emma Williams
The Town Council has become aware of a dangerous tree on land adjacent to Sheffield Court.
The land and trees are not the responsibility of the Town Council, however we are working with other authorities to establish the responsibility for this as quickly as possible.
We hope to have the matter resolved in the next 7 days, however in the meantime we would advise residents to avoid the area around the... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 23 Aug 2018 16:57 by Kate Houlihan
Raunds Town Council is committed to improving open spaces within the Town. Over the last three years the Council has already delivered a wide range of improvements to the Town's open spaces:
- new play equipment at Webb Road,
- adult gym equipment at Bassfords Recreation Ground,
- new play equipment at Saxon Hall,
- creation of a dog park,
- new toddlers area at Bassfords Recreation Ground,
- Creation of Ada Salter... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 21 Aug 2018 14:00 by Kate Houlihan
The proposed local government reform submission papers are now live on www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk
Following a county-wide consultation exercise, a proposed submission has been drafted by all eight authorities in Northamptonshire. This will be discussed by councillors at meetings across the county week commencing 27 August.
In East Northamptonshire, councillors will meet 29 August. Details of the... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 20 Aug 2018 14:14 by Emma Williams
Anglian Water have informed us that the permit for the closure of London Road has been extended as they are now having to appoint specialist contractors to excavate the bridge. They are still co-operating with Highways regarding the issue and will endeavour to complete the work before the 7th September.
Posted: Fri, 10 Aug 2018 09:54 by Emma Williams
Raunds Town Council are pleased to see that all the background work on Operation Viper has begun to see dividends.
The message from the police is clear, "if you deal or grow drugs at your property you should expect to be visited by the police".
In the video Det Chief Insp. Julie Mead also explains how the police are protecting the community from harm and supporting those who may have been a victim of... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 09 Aug 2018 13:24 by Emma Williams