Good Time Jazz
Jubilee Fete Crowd
Towcester Studio Band
Jubilee Fete Crowd
Jubilee WI Tea Tent
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Jubilee Coins presented to primary school children in the parish
This year, the Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee marking 70 years on the throne. Queen Elizabeth II will be the first British monarch to reach this milestone.
To commemorate this historic event, East Hunsbury Parish Council commissioned a Jubilee Coin to be given to every primary school child in the parish.
Just before half term and the fabulous Jubilee fete, the Chairman of the parish council, Cllr Claire Douglas, attended each of our local schools to present them with the Jubilee Coins.
It was lovely to see the children excited about this special event, and to provide them with a keepsake as a reminder of this special year!
The first edition of East Hunsbury Life Magazine is being delivered to homes in the parish now. We hope you find it useful and enjoy the articles. If you attended the Jubilee Fete see if you can spot yourself in the photos!
We are looking for contributors and advertisers for the next edition which will be delivered at the end of October. If you have a community group, event, or business to tell people about, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: Fri, 01 Jul 2022 10:34 by Caroline Holgate
Armed Forces Week
Next week is Armed Forces Week. For those not familiar you can find all about the fun and frivolities in your local area here. We ask that you please celebrate it in your workplace too.
Reserves Day Wednesday the 22nd
Armed Forces Day Saturday the 25th
Posted: Fri, 17 Jun 2022 12:01 by Caroline Holgate
A reminder of the upcoming weekend closure on the M1.
The M1 northbound between junctions 15 to 15a will be closed for 56 hours from 9pm tonight Friday 10 June to 6am on Monday 13 June 2022. The closure will allow our engineers to resurface lanes two and three with low noise surfacing next to Collingtree village.
Posted: Fri, 10 Jun 2022 13:44 by Caroline Holgate