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  • Wellies Optional

    Wellies Optional

    14th October 2020

    Autumn is now well and truly upon us and, as we change our walking routes with the seasons, this week we have been thinking about opportunities to explore our wonderful county without carrying lots of mud around on your footwear. Visit the ‘Northamptonshire Town & Villages Walks’ tab on the county’s walking website www.northamptonshirewalks.co.uk. Here you’ll find 22 walks on hard surfaces, lots of town history and fun facts. You might think you know a village.. but have a read and go explore. Did you know Rushden has its own ‘Blue Plaque’ Walk? Walk 96 is a great 3.5 mile stroll, taking roughly one hour, and includes the stunning hamlet of Brockhall, the abandoned village of Muscott, the canal and a chance for a tea room stop. All of that in one hour. Did you know that in World War II Brockhall Hall was used by the American Office of Strategic Studies, an early predecessor of the CIA?  It... Read More »

  • New Hotel Opening – The Falcon, Castle Ashby

    New Hotel Opening – The Falcon, Castle Ashby

    2nd October 2020

    The Falcon - a Grade II listed Coaching Inn built in 1594 - has been lovingly transformed and completely reimagined by Lord and Lady Northampton.  Now a country retreat with 22 bedrooms and a destination restaurant, the Falcon opened this week (Monday September 28th) creating a haven for those in need of rest and renewal. Drawing upon Lady Northampton’s professional experience as a psychotherapist, counsellor and yoga teacher; as well as their joint personal lifestyle centred around physical and mental wellbeing, they have created a space that marries mindfulness with activity and close links with nature. Guests can unwind in peace whilst benefiting from special access to the nearby Castle Ashby Gardens (designed by Capability Brown) as well as wild swimming, yoga, cycling and designated private nature walks.  Under the direction of Chef Mark Lawton, the hotel’s new Restaurant ‘Eyas’ (meaning a young... Read More »

  • Walking Whatever the Weather

    Walking Whatever the Weather

    26th August 2020

    As I sit here writing this recommendation it’s 8pm, the light is fading and autumn is fast approaching. Autumn is my favourite season, as the trees put on their magnificent show of colour, the hedgerows prepare their winter berry offerings for the birds, and the light grows softer from the lowering sun. So, with another storm forecast this week, thoughts start to turn away from walking across muddy ploughed fields towards where I can still go for a walk whatever the weather? Last week one of my followers told me about a change to my Walk 59, a 3.75 mile circular walk from beautiful Kislingbury. Until now part of this walk followed the brilliant Nene Way long distance footpath, but the massive housing development that’s underway in Upton means that this is no longer possible. What’s great news though is the path now follows the newly updated hard surfaces of the redesigned Upton Country Park. This means it’s always... Read More »

  • Reflections on a Northamptonshire Lockdown Part 3

    Reflections on a Northamptonshire Lockdown Part 3

    30th July 2020

    So that’s our third section of the Jurassic Way completed – 14 or so miles yesterday, including one of the great viewpoints of the Northamptonshire Uplands, Honey Hill near Cold Ashby.  For those who have yet to discover it, the Jurassic Way is an 88-mile trail almost entirely within the county’s northern and western boundaries, but starting from Banbury in Oxfordshire and ending at Stamford in Lincolnshire.  It follows the line of Jurassic rock strata where they reach the surface and its warm, often iron-stained, limestones and sandstones are the vernacular building materials for many of the local villages.  Stones found in the ploughed fields – and even the building stone used in the villages – can contain the visible remains of shellfish, laid down in sea beds perhaps 100 million years ago.  Over the last couple of weeks we had completed the two previous sections, also both around 14... Read More »

  • Harlestone and The Firs

    Harlestone and The Firs

    30th July 2020

    Lockdown has motivated us to explore more locally and discover what this beautiful county Northamptonshire has to offer. So much so, the wonderful ‘Northamptonshire Walks’ blog (link at the bottom) has had more than 130,000 views in recent weeks. This week’s stunning 4.5-mile walk starts off in beautiful Upper Harlestone. In fact, some walkers simply want to stop there as it’s so pretty. From here we cross to Lower Harlestone. Both villages are thought to date back to Saxon times. Harlestone is known for playing a minor part in history. In 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie was marching south through England, intending to fight his way to London and claim the throne. When he learned that the Northamptonshire regiment was amassing at Harlestone, he turned around and marched back to Scotland. The result was the Battle of Culloden and the end of the Stuart dream of gaining the throne. Harlestone House was once... Read More »

  • 10 of the best pub gardens in Northants to enjoy this summer

    10 of the best pub gardens in Northants to enjoy this summer

    30th July 2020

    We're finally going out out and it's going to be an absolute corker. Bring on the sunshine so we can soak it up with our fave tipple in one of these gorgeous Northants pub gardens. The Tollemache Arms, Harrington It’s just around the corner from the Warner’s gin distillery, so we know what we’ll be guzzling at the Tolly this summer with our fave tonic. There’s an extensive menu here, from sharing platters to handmade pizzas, salad bowls and pub classics, so something for everyone. Plus, the spacious garden is perfect for watching the sun go down across the picturesque Northamptonshire countryside.   The Kings Arms, Farthingstone Everything about the King’s Arms is a bit bonkers, from the chintz sofas to the Northamptonshire skittles room. Nothing about this place fits a slick, modern mould, but spit and sawdust it ain’t, you’ll get outstanding food including fresh fish straight from... Read More »

  • Daventry Market

    Daventry Market

    29th July 2020

    As a historic market town, with a rich history, Daventry is proud to hold a chartered market every Tuesday and Friday. Along the high street, bedecked with flowers, the market stalls have been rearranged to allow plenty of space for customers to social distance. The road is closed to traffic so the whole street provides space to shop in comfort and safety.  Although this is not a large market there are a number of stalls predominantly selling local produce. Highlights include baked goods and bread, meats, an excellent green grocer with a very wide selection, and a fantastic plant stall.  There is ample free parking in Daventry providing easy access to the market. A number of cafes are open to provide refreshments for thirsty shoppers.  The market trades between 8.00 and 14.00.   Read More »

  • The New Garden Menu at Old Rectory Gardens

    The New Garden Menu at Old Rectory Gardens

    28th July 2020

    In early August, the glorious Old Rectory Gardens at Sudborough will be transformed for the third year running into a pop-up restaurant by Nest for a week. The team from the award-winning London based Nest and Harlequin restaurants will be relocating to Northamptonshire creating their unique and delicious seasonal food, using produce gathered from the Rectory’s Potager. Diners are greeted on the lawn with aperitifs, before strolling the gardens at their leisure, then taking their seats in the tranquil surroundings of The Yellow Garden. DATES: Dinner at 6.30pm from Wednesday 5 to Saturday 8 August 2020 with one sitting per evening and lunches at 12.30pm on Thursday 6 to Saturday 8 August. Early booking is recommended for this increasingly popular annual event. For more information contact Toby at the Nest: [email protected] or Sue at: [email protected] oldrectorygardens.co.uk. To book a table please follow this link: https://... Read More »

  • Unframed arts trail brings out the best colours in Daventry

    Unframed arts trail brings out the best colours in Daventry

    22nd July 2020

    The first ever Daventry Unframed arts festival is set to show Daventry in its true colours this week, by showcasing work from the town's community artists. Eight local creatives whose talents range from illustration, painting, photography and print, to digital art, will be exhibiting their collections in gallery spaces within the shops and cafes. They will be connected by an art trail to encourage visitors to discover Daventry and enjoy the historic town centre. The month-long festival starts this week aligning with the school summer holiday period, and will see each artist staging an exhibition of their work in a local shop for the minimum of a two-week period. Details of each artist can be found in a catalogue available in every venue where the art is being displayed. The art trail is part of the forum's & 'Keep Daventry Weird' mission, to expand the range of specialist and independent retailers in the town, and to build on the... Read More »

  • The Arches at Fineshade Wood Reopening & Good to Go

    The Arches at Fineshade Wood Reopening & Good to Go

    22nd July 2020

    Fermynwoods Contemporary Art's gallery space at The Arches at Fineshade Wood is reopening after lockdown with a brand new exhibition of beautiful artwork by six artists, exploring the push and pull between nature and human presence and the effect that extracting resources from the landscape has upon those living within it. The In Steps of Sundew exhibition takes its name from Sundew, once the largest walking dragline excavator in the world, used in mining operations in Rutland and Northamptonshire between 1957 and 1980. Sundews are also species of carnivorous plants, which digest insects through the glands on their leaves in order to supplement the poor mineral nutrition of the soil in which they grow. In Steps of Sundew retraces the movement of people and resources from the landscape, posing questions about the relationship between the natural and the industrial and how these might coexist whilst avoiding climate breakdown. The exhibition... Read More »

  • Holdenby's Historic Gardens to Reopen

    Holdenby's Historic Gardens to Reopen

    20th July 2020

    Like all stately homes, Holdenby House had to close to the public when the lock-down started inMarch. Now, the historic gardens are reopening again every Sunday from August 2 to September 27 and tickets go on sale today (July 20) on www.holdenby.com. For the first time since last September, visitors will be able to take in Holdenby's beautiful Grade I gardens including the working Kitchen Garden, Silver & Fragrant borders, King Charles' Walk as well as the original Base Court Arches from where Charles was taken away in 1647. There will be a simple one way system around the gardens and tickets will only be available in advance, online through the Holdenby website. Hand sanitisers, screens and all other necessary precautions have been taken and Icarus Falconry Centre will also be open, allowing visitors to view their majestic collection of birds of prey. Connie's Vintage Tea caravan will be providing refreshments to enjoy after the... Read More »

  • Oundle Farmers Market

    Oundle Farmers Market

    20th July 2020

    Oundle Farmers Market takes place on the second Saturday of every month in Oundle’s beautiful and historic market place. The stall holders sell a delicious range of fresh food from local producers including fruit and veg, flowers, eggs, cheese and not so local fresh fish which is always popular in a town a long way from the sea. Farmer Simon Singlehurst usually has a hog roast on the go and Ganders Goat sells delicious ice cream flavours made with goats milk to name a few. Do not forget to visit all the local shops and enjoy a coffee and cake in one of the cafes on the streets around the market place. After a pause during lockdown, the market is up and running again with sensible social distancing restrictions in place. There is plenty of free parking nearby. Read More »

  • Going Out is Fun

    Going Out is Fun

    16th July 2020

    The pubs and restaurants are now open again. Mary and I thought we should dip our toes into the water so last Friday night booked supper at the Plough at Shutlanger near Towcester. On purpose we took a friend who we had been seeing on and off the last fortnight and another friend who had not ventured out for two and a half months. We all agreed that if we did not think it was safe we would leave. What an unnecessary precaution. Arriving in the car park we were slightly worried that it was so full but we walked on down to the entrance where we were met as if VIPs by a charming girl who offered us spray, asked us to sign and then wished to know where we would like to sit. Even in this relatively small establishment there were four options - the bar, the internal dining room, the newly erected communal garden tent, and even individual tents. We opted for the communal garden tent where we sat at a very pleasant table some meters away from... Read More »

  • Evenley Wood Garden

    Evenley Wood Garden

    15th July 2020

    The weeks leading up to lockdown were some of the most creative and dynamic periods of our business. Guidance was changing at a rate of noughts, Mother’s Day was looming, one of our busiest days of the year and the sun was shining. Could we just hold on long enough to get through Mother’s Day weekend? Tables were moved out of the café, menus were simplified, takeaway cartons and sanitiser purchased, and staff retrained all in an evening just to get through the weekend safely but remain open. It was exhausting and exhilarating…and then lockdown was announced. We began Monday morning with our regular team meeting. What to do, how would we keep going? Should we keep going! And that is when we decided to do nothing. We opened the gates at 10am as we do everyday but no announcement, no official line, no advertising. The garden continued to embrace spring and we had work to do. Most of our volunteer team insisted... Read More »

  • Where shall we go?

    Where shall we go?

    14th July 2020

    You never realise how much you love something until there’s a risk it might be lost to you. I felt keenly the lack of visits to bluebell woods and to Northamptonshire’s wonderful formal gardens in May and early June. Wide open spaces where you can wander and wonder without getting too close to other visitors are my absolute favourites. I missed that freedom so much, especially as our county has such a rich choice of places to go, either as a paying visitor, or gloriously for free. Since the cautious and gradual reopening in July I’ve been visiting as many places as I can whilst staying safe. The great news is that outside seems to be the safest place to have some fun, either with those in your ‘bubble’, or distantly meeting up with friends whilst a couple of metres apart. And I am rediscovering the joys of eating outside (no calories obvs!) either a picnic, or something from a takeaway café. I&rsquo... Read More »

  • Yelvertoft to Crick Walk

    Yelvertoft to Crick Walk

    10th July 2020

    It's July already. Where did the first six months of 2020 go? What a different place the world seems today, to what it did back then. Whilst restrictions are now starting to be lifted, one thing has gratefully remained constant; our ability to exercise and enjoy our wonderful, local, Northamptonshire countryside. This week’s 5.9 mile ‘easy’ walk is a fantastic example of what a beautiful county we live in. It starts in the quiet village of Yelvertoft, which has connections back to Saxon times. From here we follow a straight line along an old cart track as it rises steadily to give magnificent view across rolling countryside. You’ll also cross the Grand Union Canal twice on the way to Crick. If you fancy a short diversion, Crack’s Hill was created during the last ice age, when melted water deposited material underneath the ice. Once the ice sheet retreated it left a pile of silt and rock behind. The hill... Read More »

  • Filmhouse at Delapre

    Filmhouse at Delapre

    9th July 2020

    Northampton Filmhouse and Delapré Abbey have announced a new Drive-In Cinema for Northampton, running from Thursday 23 July to Sunday 9 August. [email protected]é will feature a bumper season of films, curated by Northampton Filmhouse enjoyed on a gigantic screen against the beautiful and historic backdrop of Delapré Abbey. This fully-socially distanced experience allows film fans to see all their favourite movies as they’ve never done before. With more than 20 films to choose from spanning eight decades, [email protected]é offers a Covid-safe summer of entertainment for all the family. Titles include recent blockbuster hits, film classics ,family friendly titles and the best from Northampton Filmhouse’s recent programme, with highlights such as Back to the Future, Grease, Mary Poppins, Downtown Abbey, Romeo & Juliet, Kinky Boots, Fargo and Parasite. Hot food and a selection of snacks and treats... Read More »

  • Oundle International Festival

    Oundle International Festival

    9th July 2020

    While we may not be able to meet together this year in real space and time, that will not stop us being in virtual space and time to enjoy the 2020 Oundle International Virtual Festival! This five-day long online event will feature recorded and live material showcasing the range of work we normally present. Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous supporter, I have been able to commission some of our performers to record videos especially for the Virtual Festival, while others have generously provided new or existing recordings for us all to enjoy. Every day during the Virtual Festival, we will post new material. The videos are all around 5-10 minutes. After their initial posting they will remain on our website for you to enjoy again and again! We will also be presenting The Price of a Bed for the Night, a speciallycommissioned mini-series. Accessed via our website, at 4.30pm every day during the Virtual Festival, storyteller Jo Blake... Read More »

  • Silverstone's new museum to reopen on 20 July

    Silverstone's new museum to reopen on 20 July

    2nd July 2020

    The Silverstone Experience, located at the Home of British Motor Racing, will reopen on 20 July, giving motorsport fans the chance to get their racing fix after months of lockdown. Visitors will be able to get close to cars and bikes from seven decades of motorsport history and experience the Ultimate Lap – an immersive cinema show.  The museum team has prepared for a safe and fun experience for all visitors, and has achieved the Visit England consumer mark ‘We’re Good to Go’. Built in a restored WW2 RAF hangar, The Silverstone Experience is a huge indoor space naturally allowing for social distancing. Timed entry tickets will be limited each day.  This family-friendly interactive museum is perfect for a family day out, and is located in rural Northamptonshire with ample free parking.    From 20 July, the museum will be open daily from 10:00 – 18:00, with timed tickets available... Read More »

  • Made at Home & Beyond

    Made at Home & Beyond

    30th June 2020

    On March 14th we took the heart-breaking decision to cancel an event we had been working towards for over 18 months. Back then, as UK cases of COVID-19 were beginning to rise, we sensed that change was coming but had no comprehension of the devastating effect it would have on the cultural sector. Like so many other businesses and charities, over the last few months our entire delivery model has changed. We started with Made at Home, a 6-week programme of artist-led online video tutorials for people to follow at home. Local households joined us in a photo scavenger hunt, making story cubes and dancing around their living rooms. These resources are all still online. Some activities have flourished during lockdown – the residents of Kingswood and Hazel Leys in Corby have been busy writing poetry for a book to be published in the autumn, Corby Community Arts have delivered creativity packs directly to the doors of local families,... Read More »

  • Reflections on a Northamptonshire Lockdown part 2

    Reflections on a Northamptonshire Lockdown part 2

    23rd June 2020

     …A green of all colours, yellow brown and dark grey While the footpath all darkly goes winding away… John Clare   Thanks for all the positive feedback for my previous post.  I have succumbed to the walking bug several times since then and my enthusiasm for the county’s many surprises continues to grow! Our canal paths offer the walker a whole new side of life, not only things not seen before but also completely different angles on landscapes and places otherwise familiar.  Lockdown has pretty well paralysed the leisure industry and apart from the small band of permanent boat-dwellers, users of canal amenities have been few.  Busy locks, normally accompanied by the sound of rushing water, are silent and the system has been calm and still, left to the natural world. One expedition, tracking up the Leicester arm of the Grand Union brought me to the flight of seven locks at Watford.&nbsp... Read More »

  • Local is for life, not just for lockdown

    Local is for life, not just for lockdown

    19th June 2020

    Fast forward to Christmas and the conversation over the turkey is unlikely to be stuffed with many good things to have come out of the current crisis. However, if there’s one positive to have emerged, it is surely the surge in demand for buying local, as customers have switched crowded supermarkets for smaller independent shops and producers. Now, as the lockdown rules are relaxed further, the team behind the Weetabix Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards, the annual competition run by the sector, for the sector, is urging consumers to remember those county bakers and brewers, pie and pickle-makers  – and the local venues that stock them - who have stepped up to the plate to best serve their communities when they were most needed. Among those to have gone above and beyond, ensuring that their virtual shelves have been packed with some of the county’s fabulous food and drink, is The Good Loaf in Northampton,... Read More »

  • Nassington Circular walk

    Nassington Circular walk

    19th June 2020

    This week’s walk (7.7 miles) is in the far eastern part of the county and includes a visit to a rather special monument. It takes in some of Northamptonshire’s most beautiful woodland and countryside so listen out for some great birdsong. We heard a fabulous cuckoo… We start at the church in the lovely village of Nassington, which has existed since Anglo Saxon times, before passing into open meadow with wild flowers and butterflies.  The route then enters Old Sulehay Forest, part of the ancient Rockingham Forest, a former royal hunting forest. From here we move into Croker Wood to finally emerge on a bridleway through Kings Cliffe Industrial Estate that will take us to the monument. Hidden away in a corner of the forest is the concrete floor of a former World War II aircraft hanger and at one end is a plinth marking the exact spot where American Big Band Leader, Glenn Miller conducted his orchestra in their... Read More »

  • Farm Shops & Delis Now Open

    Farm Shops & Delis Now Open

    18th June 2020

    We are liaising with Made in Northamptonshire to bring you up to date news of the county’s wonderful farm shops and delis, now open and at the centre of our 'shop local’ revolution. If you have details to add or update please email: [email protected] Business Town Ashley Farm Shop Ashley Beckworth Emporium Mears Ashby Bell Plantation Towcester Bliss Lane Nursery & Farm Shop Flore Bosworth Garden Centre Burton Latimer Canal Turn Farm Shop Whilton Creaton Village Shop Creaton Daily Bread Co-operative Ltd Northampton Dovecote Buttery and Farm Shop Newton Glebe Farm Kettering Hamm Tun Fine Foods Long Buckby Limes Farm Farthinghoe MIN Onlyne Local produce online New Creation Farm Nether Heyford New... Read More »

  • Appeal launched to save Wicksteed Park as company calls in administrators

    Appeal launched to save Wicksteed Park as company calls in administrators

    18th June 2020

    Appeal launched to save Wicksteed Park as company calls in administrators and is left “devastated” by job losses The Wicksteed Charitable Trust, which owns Wicksteed Park, has launched a fundraising appeal in a bid to save the park in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Wicksteed Park is the oldest theme park on the UK mainland and one of the oldest in the world. It is owned by Wicksteed Charitable Trust but has been run by a wholly-owned subsidiary company, Wicksteed Park Ltd. Wicksteed Park Ltd has been unable to avoid going into administration, with the loss of 48 permanent staff and 67 part-time and other jobs, due to the huge financial strain caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Backed by the Wicksteed Charitable Trust a small group of employees has formed a new company, much reduced in size, to try and safeguard the future of the park. The decision to call in administrators comes after the government announced... Read More »

  • Farmers Markets

    Farmers Markets

    12th June 2020

    We are liaising with friends all around the county to bring you up to date details of the county’s brilliant, open air weekly and monthly markets. If you have a market to add please email: [email protected] Town When Timings Brackley Weekly, Friday 8am to 2pm. Higham Ferrers Monthly, last Saurday of the month. 9am to 1pm. Oundle Monthly, second Saturday of the month. 8am to 2pm. Thrapston First Saturday of each month (not in January). 9am to 1pm. Towcester Monthly, second Friday of the month. 9am to 1.30pm. Read More »

  • Althorp and the Bringtons

    Althorp and the Bringtons

    12th June 2020

    This week’s walk is a 4.5 mile stroll across glorious countryside and takes in two of Northamptonshire’s most beautiful villages, together with the opportunity of a great view of one of our most well-known stately homes, Althorp. We start outside the church in Great Brington which, once it’s open to visitors again, welcomes visitors with open arms, and contains the Spencer family chapel, where nineteen generations of the family are interred. From here we enter the centre of the village by one of two excellent hostelries on this walk…The Althorp Coaching Inn (well worth a visit for refreshments – again when open). The walk now leaves the village across undulating farmland as it heads towards Little Brington. There’s an opportunity to see lots of flora and fauna and, if you encounter another soul, you’ll be unlucky! Little Brington is another lovely village and, when it’s open, you&rsquo... Read More »

  • Open Air Market in Brackley 

    Open Air Market in Brackley 

    9th June 2020

    It was last Friday, around midday, when I walked slowly along with heaps of fruit and vegetables piled up on either side. Basket in hand I dropped into it a fat, mat-green spring cabbage, a bundle of tort asparagus and another of astringent rocket, then my eye was caught by early peaches on the other side and the piled up early cherries with the anticipation of that sweet-sour taste. No not a meander in a Provencal market but at our very own one in Brackley. Here were also bunches of new carrots, baubles of radishes, lozenge shaped shallots and this year's garlic with tidily gathered herbs lying near the till. The assistant was help itself finding a cardboard box to put everything in which was not already wrapped in a brown paper bag; no plastic here. Whilst paying I noticed some raspberries and thought to buy some as well. I quickly added them to the pile of shopping only... Read More »

  • Reflections on a Northamptonshire Lockdown

    Reflections on a Northamptonshire Lockdown

    8th June 2020

    The one delicious green that now pervades The woods and fields in endless lights and shades… How clever of John Clare, ‘the Northamptonshire poet’, to capture such images of the county’s countryside exactly 200 years ago.  And for those of us lucky enough to have remained healthy during Corona Virus lockdown, what a revelation our daily local excursions into that countryside have been. The restrictions we have lived with have brought opportunities as well, especially for those in rural locations.  Since February some sparkling weather has prompted many people to get out for their fresh air around the ample network of footpaths and byways offered by Northamptonshire.  Rights of way are generally well marked and a variety of stiles and kissing gates help keep you on your route.  They can lead you to stunning views across picturesque farmland, unexpected quiet nooks and woodland teeming with... Read More »

  • Another helping of superheroes!

    Another helping of superheroes!

    6th June 2020

    ‘Not all superheroes wear capes’ – so the saying goes – and you certainly need look no further than the county’s food and drink sector to see a wealth of community champions helping in the fight against COVID-19 who would give any Marvel comic strip character a run for their money. So it is that, while the coronavirus outbreak has put paid to their usual competitive format, the Weetabix Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards are not only continuing to act as a business support hub for the sector, but are also celebrating those who are responding to the ongoing challenges by becoming vital, if impromptu, local food heroes.  Among them is James Peck of Burnt Lemon Chefs in Northampton, runner-up in the ‘Chef of the Year’ category in last year’s Awards, who, with fellow ‘New Local Drink’ finalist Benjamin Jelley of Jelley Distilleries at Brixworth, has created a social isolation... Read More »

  • Supporting our local food heroes

    Supporting our local food heroes

    5th June 2020

    Over the last six years, local breakfast giant Weetabix has supported the celebration of some of our most passionate foodies through its sponsorship of the ‘Local Food Hero’ category in the county’s prestigious annual sector competition. Now, as headline sponsor of the ‘Weetabix Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards’, that role has become all the more crucial as the company not only helps to support sector businesses facing the toughest of challenges, but also honours those which, through their impressive responses to the crisis, have become stalwarts of their communities.  Weetabix Food Company Marketing Director, Francesca Theokli, says recognition of our heroes is vital and indeed, while the awards may currently be operating very differently from their usual format, the company’s commitment to the competition is unwavering: “The Awards were launched twelve years ago to help support... Read More »

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