Young people inspired by London 2012, or those wanting to get in shape, are being offered discounted swimming and gym sessions in south Northants this summer.
A campaign to encourage people to get involved in the community is aiming to double the number of volunteer readers in Northants schools over the next five years.
A consultant has said a more sensible and efficient solution could have been found after permission for a £6million solar farm, which is up and running producing emission-free energy, was refused.
The residents of North Aston are pulling together to create an ‘Art Show of All the Talents.
Three friends from King’s Sutton are taking a hike with a difference.
The Brackley based charity which brings the creative arts to care homes and sheltered housing throughout the region is hosting an arts exhibition in Banbury this month to celebrate its 10th birthday.
People in Helmdon who have endured temporary traffic lights for more than two years, are set for some relief after work began to repair a weak railway bridge.
Crowds looked on in amazement as an air ambulance made a landing in between shopping trolleys and parked cars after a man in Brackley fell down ladder.
A veterinary practice which has served the Advertiser and Review region since the 1940s has teamed up with the country’s largest and longest standing independent veterinary schools.
Cricket fans are being offered a once in a lifetime opportunity to go up against a first-class team during a family event in Brackley next month.
It was a double celebration for Westbury with an unexpected accolade won by its community cider.
Brackley’s temporary structure specialists are showing off their finesse as they provide a stop gap for one of Oxford University’s historic dinning halls.
A team of four women from Brackley and Buckingham will be strolling through London in their bras this weekend.
A father of three from Brackley has planned a series of gruelling fundraising feats in the name of an eight-year-old with a rare condition.
Silverstone circuit has been awarded nearly half a million pounds by the Lottery to develop plans to exploit the race venue’s historic past.
Young people are being asked to complete a survey to demonstrate the need for a new project combining sports and a chance to learn new skills.
After 20 years of providing sanctuary to abandoned animals in Whittlebury, the Algernon Trust is now a registered charity.
Dozens of firefighters were called to a blaze that spread to two garages in Deanshanger on Bank Holiday Monday
An antiques centre which brings around 140,000 visitors a year to Brackley has been voted the best of its kind in the country.
The parents of a five-year-old Towcester boy have booked a life-changing operation in America after big donations from a global business and a world -famous band.
A major decision which could double the size of Towcester is set to be made next week.
Residents and staff at Juniper House care home, on the outskirts of Brackley, enjoyed glorious sunshine as they celebrated May Day with a display of traditional morris dancing from the Brackley Morris Dancers.
There has been a gain for UKIP in the Northants County Council elections after Jim Broomfield won the newly created Brackley division.
A hedgehog rescue service set up in Brackley is going from strength to strength.
Police are appealing for information following an incident where a window was damaged.
An internationally renowned guitarist will top the bill during the Towcester Beer Festival this weekend.
A Brackley resident and veteran of gruelling Second World War convoys to resupply Russian allies has received the newly-created Arctic Convoy Star.
Advertiser and Review readers will be heading to the polls this Thursday to vote for their county councillors. With so much going on in national politics, there will be lots for voters to think about.
Police sniffer dogs went to school on Monday after parents of Magdalen College School students in Brackley called for support on issues surrounding illegal drugs.
A four-month campaign to find a missing dog has reached a sad conclusion.
Education Secretary Michael Gove’s proposal to extend the school day and reduce the summer holidays has received a mixed reaction from school leaders in Northants.
The Morris dancing season is about to get into full swing as the Brackley side prepares for the annual day break performance in the town centre on Wednesday, May 1.
The salacious private life of Samuel Pepys will form the backdrop for a performance by Mr Simpson’s Little Consort at the Old Gaol in Buckingham next month.
A King’s Sutton author has revealed the wartime heroics of one of the village’s most famous sons in his latest book.
There will be chance to help choose a cover picture for June’s Brackley Community Carnival during the town’s Food Festival this weekend.
A distinctive coat, a compass, and a tablet computer were stolen from a narrow boat moored in Cosgrove last weekend.
A pair of designer blacksmiths, a ceramicist, a wildlife photographer and a maker of luxurious natural handmade skin productswill be displaying their wares at the popular Artists And Makers Fair next month.
Health centre workers in Towcester will be saying ‘thank you’ to those who nominated them for a county award by taking part in a sponsored walk to raise money for the Huntington’s Disease Association and Northants Carers.
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Monday 20 May 2013
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