News published July 2019
Interactive tours shine a light on Northampton’s rich history
This summer people will get the opportunity to delve into Northampton’s history by taking part in regular interactive ‘mystery’ tours delivered by Northampton Borough Council and the Looking Glass Theatre.
#MyParkIsYourPark anti-litter campaign to launch in Becket’s Park
A new anti-litter campaign is set to launch in Becket’s Park during this year’s Love Park Week.
Chinese delegation considers investment opportunities in Northampton
Northampton Borough Council last week welcomed a Chinese trade delegation from the city of Tangshan to explore investment potential.
Roll up roll up to Northampton by the sea
Northampton by the sea is returning to the Market Square this summer, just in time for families to enjoy during the school holidays.
What to do if you find a stray dog
Residents are reminded that if they find a stray dog, they should report it to Northampton Borough Council, rather than post photos and information about the animal on social media.
Community events celebrate Love parks week in Northampton
More than 16 community events across 13 dates and ten parks will celebrate Love Parks Week in Northampton this July and August.
Remembering Srebrenica in Northampton 2019
Residents and visitors are invited to come together on Thursday 11 July as the town remembers the Srebrenica genocide with a special ceremony at the Guildhall.
Summer activities to celebrate Northampton’s shoe heritage
Residents and visitors to the town are invited to #CelebrateNorthampton this summer by taking part in a wide range of events and activities throughout the school holidays.
Good causes sought for Northampton Lottery
Charities, voluntary and community organisations in Northampton are being invited to sign up to a local good cause lottery, launching this summer.
Northampton invited to submit detailed bid for Government high streets fund
The Government has today announced that Northampton has been shortlisted to submit a detailed bid for support from its Future High Streets Fund.