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Woodford Feast Fair

John Bugg Fun Fairs will once again be on the village green from 9th July until 16th July and will be open from 6pm on Wednesday to Saturday evenings. This is thought to to be the last village green fun fair in Northamptonshire and one of about half a dozen in the whole country. The tradition of a fair visiting the village goes back well over 100 years.

Motocross

Motocross events in Thrapston Road are planned to take place on the weekends of 9th July; (Classic bikes, pre 1965 models), 10th September and 8th October.

The motocross track has been vandalised in recent months through misuse by unauthorised persons. If you have any information as to who could have caused the damage, please let the Police know, or contact the Clerk to Woodford Parish Council and the information will be passed on to the leaseholders and Police

River Safety

Drowning is the third highest cause of accidental death among children in the UK. One person drowns every 20 hours in the UK and hundreds more suffer life changing injuries through near drowning. For more information follow this link

With the longer warmer days now upon us, dog walkers are now excercising their pets more. Please remember to clean up after your pet. It is an offence not to do so, and if you are observed by the Dog Warden you could receive a fixed penalty fine of £75.. Please clean up any mess your dog leaves behind and either take it home with you or deposit in one of the ten dog bins that can be found around village. If you are out in the fields then alternatively you could use the "stick and flick" method of disposal especially if near a hedgerow. Please don't bag, and then leave it hanging on a tree.

If you are aware of dog owners who frequently flout the law then why not take a photo and send it to the Dog Warden at customerservices@east-northamptonshire.gov.uk..

For more information about dogs and the law, please see East Northants Council Website

Riverbank Tree Undergrowth Clearance

Trees and undergrowth are being cleared and burnt along the river bank upstream from the Woodford Lock (between the lock and Woodford) along side the bridleway and riverbank. These trees and shrubs were planted in the early 1990s in conjunction with the Countryside Commission, Northamptonshire County Council, Woodford Parish Council with permission from Drayton Estate to encourage riverbank wildlife. A number of these trees are understood to have been cleared as recently as 10 March, without the permission of the landowner. If anyone is aware of who is carrying out this work please either contact Drayton Estate Office on 01832 732405 or contact clerk @woodfordpc.co.uk and the information will be passed on.

Woodford Remembers...

The Village 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

Village Diary

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