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News archive

News published January 2011

  • Play equipment installed in Croyland Gardens

    Published 31 January 2011

    Wellingborough Council’s work to regenerate the town centre is continuing, as play equipment has been installed in Croyland Gardens.

  • The Castle Arts Centre contract

    Published 31 January 2011

    The current contract between Wellingborough Council and The Castle will be extended to the end of March to allow time for negotiations regarding the future operation of the arts centre.

  • Shoppers encouraged to rediscover local shops

    Published 21 January 2011

    Wellingborough Council, contractors MGWSP, and the Town Centre Partnership (TCP) are launching a campaign to remind people about the benefits of shopping locally.

  • Eco measures installed in affordable homes

    Mayor and Consort at construction site of new eco homes in Sywell, January 2010. Published 19 January 2011

    A ceremony attended by the Mayor of Wellingborough took place today to mark the installation of ground source heat pumps at a new development of affordable housing in Sywell.

  • Wheelie bin prosecution

    Published 17 January 2011

    Roger Bernard of Gammidge Court, Finedon, was not at court last week but Wellingborough Magistrates found him guilty of failing to comply with an official notice served by Wellingborough Council.

  • Eco measures installed in affordable homes

    Published 14 January 2011

    The installation of ground source heat pumps at a new development of affordable housing in Sywell will be marked by a ceremony attended by the Mayor of Wellingborough on 19 January at 12pm.

  • Wellingborough’s town centre regeneration continues

    Published 13 January 2011

    The next step in Wellingborough’s regeneration has begun, as work started this week on a new access road into the High Street development site to make it more attractive to potential developers.