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Distraction Burglary

Benefield Road Oundle.

Male 1 goes to front door and starts talking to elderly resident saying that he is lost and looking for a friend who lives local. He asks her to point out the direction he should be going in so they walk to the front gate leaving the front door open. During this time two other men have entered the property witnessed by the elderly male living at the address, and gone through the cupboards in the bedroom before breaking the back door to exit.


Please report any faulty street lamps to lightsout@woodfordpc.co.uk. Woodford Parish Council owns all of the lamps in the village and repairs can only take place if we know about the fault and authorise the repair. Once the Parish Clerk is aware of the fault the contractor will normally repair the lamp in about a week. All you need to report is the lamp number (if known), or the location/address. Please don't assume someone else has reported the fault. We'd rather have two reports than none.

Healthwatch Northamptonshire - November

The latest edition of the Healthwatch Northamptonshire can be found here.

Bus Service to Rushden Lakes

Diamond Coaches operate a service to Rushden Lakes each Wednesday, picking up in Woodford at 10.38am from the High Street / Village Green Bus Stop. The return journey leaves the shopping complex at 1.30pm. More details.

Further details regarding bus services through Woodford can be found on the "When in Woodford?" page.

November Weather

Dry weather The average temperature fro November was 6.9C which is 1 degree above normal. This was largely down to the earlier part of the month which was mild, with the last week of the month being below average. The average maximum temperature fo rthe month was 10.7C and the minimum was 3.1C. The first air frost of the winter was on the morning of 6th November about two weeks later than normal. The coldest night was minus 2.5C on 5th/6th November and the warmest day was 14.6C on 22nd November.

The rainfall amounted to 27mm which made the month the driest November since 2011. The total for the year to date is 457mm which is 100mm below normal. For the twelve month period to the end of November the rainfall has amounted to 477mm which is 125mm less than a normal twelve month rainfall.

More information can be found on the weather page

Woodford Past

The Northampton Mercury reported that on the Saturday before Christmas 1891, “Miss Plevins of Woodford House invited all the members of the Church Sunday School, about 230 in number, to see a Christmas tree, held in the Infant School. Each Child received a present, also oranges and sweets. Crackers were distributed afterwards.”

And similarly in 1914 during the First World War, “On Saturday Afternoon a tea and Christmas tree was arranged by members of the St John Ambulance in the Temperance Hall for the children whose father's are serving their king and country and the children of widows of the village. The tree which looked very handsome was lent by Mrs Plevins of Woodford House and the decorations for the tree by Mr Charlton. Afterwards, tea, games etc., were enjoyed by the children and later in the evening Mr Cartledge, dressed as Father Christmas handed the presents from the tree to the ladies who gave them to the children…..Proceedings closed with the singing of the National Anthem”


For more see Woodford Online

Woodford Remembers...

The What's On Diary includes dates commemorating the centenary of the deaths of those named on the Village War Memorials. On the actual anniversary date a biographical note will also be posted. More details