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A Town Guide for Rushden has now been published. It is available to download online. A copy will be delivered to each household in Rushden.
Thu, 25 May 2017 08:00 by Barbara Wiggins
The Official Opening of the Nature Trail is on Thursday 25 May at 1.30pm. Schools will be bringing picnics from 12 noon and the museum will be open too. The winners of last years competition Lacey Jade from Whitefriars Infant School and Sophie Williams from Southend Infant School (now in the juniors) will officially unveil the Nature Trail mascot "Cyril" the Squirrel. Lots to do to enhance and aid school curriculum. Open air class room, tree identification and leaf rubbings. The Bug Hotels, bird boxes and a chance to have your photograph taken with Cyril the squirrel and to tweet it around
Wed, 24 May 2017 10:10 by Barbara Wiggins
Calling all Gardeners
Rushden Town Council is looking for keen Rushden gardeners who would consider opening their garden as part of the Town's Party Week. The event is scheduled for Saturday 1 July from 1-5pm and Sunday 2 July from 11-4pm. Some residents have already expressed an interest but a few more are needed to make the event a success. Entry to gardens will be free and a map of locations will be available from town outlets and the Council's website from 20 June. Anyone wishing to raise funds for a charity by selling plants or serving teas etc. would be most welcome to do so. For further details and information, please contact Janet Pinnock on 01933 314211 or Richard Lewis on 01933 353671.
Wed, 24 May 2017 10:08 by Barbara Wiggins