A sculpture officially unveiled to King George V and a crowd of thousands of Northamptonians has been restored to its original glory to mark its centenary.
Today sees the start of Heritage Open Days in Northampton.
The redevelopment of Castle Railway Station is continuing with work due for completion in spring 2014.
A major new exhibition at Northampton Museum and Art Gallery will bring together a stunning collection of Pre-Raphaelite works some of which have never been seen in public before.
Exploring Northampton's history.
A major new car parking initiative that will be trialled throughout August will offer free parking on Saturdays in Northampton Borough Council’s St John’s, St Michael’s and Mayorhold car parks.
A gruesome look at Northampton’s historical past will be unveiled at an upcoming exhibition, set to go on display at Northampton Museum & Art Gallery, on Saturday 13 July.
Brian Binley MP has warned the Government against intervening in Syria, claiming it would do “more harm than good.”
Cllr David Mackintosh is embarking on a trade mission to India this week with the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government MP Eric Pickles.
People are encouraged to visit Northampton’s Market Square on Saturday 25 May as part of the national Love Your Local Market campaign, which hopes to attract new traders and encourage locals to support their market.