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News archive

News published May 2013

  • Shelley Road multicourt opened

    Published 31 May 2013

    Young people from the Queensway area of Wellingborough are celebrating the official opening of their new sports court. The 18m x 10m multi-use court is the result of a petition sent in by the estate’s teenagers to the borough council.

  • Official opening of the Minerva Way fitness zone

    Published 10 May 2013

    An outdoor gym has been opened as part of a drive to reduce antisocial behaviour on Wellingborough’s Queensway estate. The fitness zone, next to the children’s play area on Minerva Way, is aimed at teenagers who say they hang around the estate’s parks because there is nothing else for them to do in the area.

  • Trails launched to explore town centre history

    Published 09 May 2013

    Wellingborough’s extensive heritage and history is waiting to be explored by visitors to this year’s Waendel Walk. Two new free heritage trails will be launched this weekend, giving people the chance to discover hidden gems around the town centre.

  • Borough Council of Wellingborough by-election results

    Published 03 May 2013

    Robert Gough and Veronica Waters have been elected to the Borough Council of Wellingborough. Robert Gough (Conservative) has been elected to represent the Earls Barton ward and Veronica Waters (Conservative) has been elected to represent the Redwell West ward.

  • Council warns against unlicensed prom night limousines

    Published 02 May 2013

    Wellingborough Council is reminding parents and teachers to check that limousines are properly licensed before booking them for this summer’s school prom season.