The Parish Council publishes a full "Village News" twice a year, normally in May and November. Every endeavour is made to ensure a copy is delivered to each household in the parish. Any items for inclusion in these publications, be they adverts, notice of forthcoming events or reports on a groups activities, should be communicated to the Newsletter Editor, Ian Ross 01933 440560, e.mail firstname.lastname@example.org atleast a month before publication.
More current news will now be published on this page on the web-site. Items for inclusion should be communicated to the site administrators by calling Ian Ross or e.mailing email@example.com
VILLAGE NEWS ISSUE 31 - July 2015
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Scouts are coming to Great Doddington
The troop meets on Thursday Evenings 7pm to 8.30 in the MEMORIAL HALL Great Doddington
For further information call KRIS ROBERTS on 07766605862
Gt.Doddington Heritage Group
This is a newly formed group arising out of the popularity of the Heritage Week-end. Please consult the Social Groups
page for further details contact Barbara Tomkins 01933 279498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our appeal for a new correspondent in the last "Village News" has been answered. The new contact is David Smith who lives in the village. Contact details appear under "Village Correspondent" on the Social Groups page. If you have an event organised and wish to get it advertised in the "Evening Telegraph Saturday Village News" contact David DavidSmith@DSAGroup.co.uk.
The Stag's Head
For the last 10 years Gerry & Bob have run regular quiz nights raising money primarily in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. A recent donation of £1304 brings the total raised to nearly £ 60,000. That is a magnificent achievement deserving of village participation not just on quiz nights but at other times. The sight of boarded up village pubs is sad indeed thus only with adequate support can the same thing be avoided in Gt.Doddington.
Where we are
Great Doddington lies close to Northampton, Wellingborough and Kettering which all provide fast links
London - 75 miles (direct trains from Wellingborough or Northampton)
Central Birmingham - 60 miles (direct trains from Northampton)
Northampton - 10 miles Wellingborough - 3 miles Kettering - 10 miles
M1 Junction 15 (then A45) - 10 miles
To use the interactive map below, click the blue cross to remove the address search, then use the 4 arrows to move around and use the + - buttons to zoom in for strret names and zoom out for a wider location panorama. Use the MAP SAT and TER buttons to select standard map, satellite view or terrain