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Litter Pick

There were 13 volunteers for the second Woodford Litter pick and the weather was very kind with sunshine and a light breeze. 15 bags of litter from around the village, the Shrubberies and the playing field were collected. A free hot drink and half price meal was provided at the Pickwick Tea Rooms. Thanks to all involved.

Police Commissioner Elections and Referendum

Are you registered to vote? The registration process is is now a personal responsibility (rather than the head of the households). If you are unsure whether you are registered, to check, please contact the Parish Clerk (clerk@woodfordpc.co.uk) or East Northants Council 01832 742000. If you are not registered then you should register at  https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. It will take about five minutes. The deadline to register for the Police Commissioner Elections (5th May) is midnight on 18th April. The Polling Station on both occasions will be the Baptist Chapel, Rose Terrace, Woodford.

Woodford Remembers...

The Village Diary now 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

March Parish Council

At the March Parish Council meeting information from the Police was discussed regarding chalk marks appearing on houses. A number had been reported in Raunds, but also some had been seen in Woodford. more........

World War One Diary - Day by Day

Long standing residents of the village will no doubt remember the late Rector - Rev L E P De Casabianca (Rector of Woodford and Twywell 1957 -1980), but possibly less well recalled are Mrs De Casabianca's mother and step father who lived their twilight years in the bungalow at the west end of Church Street. Hubert Brown had fought in the First World War from the start of hostilities until 1916 when he was injured at the Somme. His war diaries are now being published on a daily basis, each day being put online exactly 100 years to the day following the recorded events. The diaries are somewhat vague in the early days but once mobilised become more descriptive.

Mr Hubert Brown and his wife Florence, were laid to rest in Woodford Churchyard in 1962.

Village Diary

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