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Road Closure - Blacksmiths Hill

 From: Northamptonshire County Council, Highways, Transport and Infrastructure

Balfour Beatty on behalf of Anglian Water are requiring to relay a lead service pipe under the above location.  Unfortunately to undertake the work safely will require that the road will be closed to through traffic for up to three days commencing the 28th April 2014.

Click on the map to see an enlargement of the location of the closure and the diversion route. If you require more information about the works please contact Emma Picksley of Balfour Beatty on 01522 347891.   

April 2014 Newsletter

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A Military History of Aynho

Rupert Clark has compiled "A Military History of Aynho", covering 8000 years of anecdotes, facts and feats of people connected to Aynho and the military.

It is 224 pages with copious photographs and illustrations.

It can be downloaded here (28MB)

(Updated 20-Mar-2014)

March 2014 Newsletter

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February 2014 Newsletter

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January 2014 Newsletter

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December 2013 Newsletter


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November 2013 Newsletter

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Wiggles and Giggles

Parents and babies are invited to meet at The Pavilion Cafe every Thursday from 1 - 3pm, do come along for lunch, coffee and chat whilst there is no toddler group in the village. We have changing facilities and high chairs.

Contact Kay Anderson on 01869 810019 for more information.

Winter Lunch Club in Aynho Village Hall

The Winter Lunch Club will run weekly on a Thursday from October 2013 - end March 2014 in the back room of Aynho Village Hall
Time:  12.15pm - 1.30pm
Dates:   most Thursdays but please check village hall notice boards or village newsletter for monthly updates.  Due to an Art Show in the Village Hall there will be NO Winter Lunch Club on 17 October 2013.
 
The Winter Lunch Club provides a warm, friendly place to meet for a simple home cooked lunch once a week on most Thursdays over the winter months (October-March) at very reasonable prices.   All are welcome.

Lunch is served in the back room of the Village Hall between 12.15pm-1.30pm (the week before Christmas we usually move into the Main Hall for more space!)  Choose from a simple menu of soup, baked potato with filling or an alternative hot dish of the day.   Cake/hot pudding with custard or homemade biscuits with tea, coffee or cartons of fruit juice to drink.   Children/grandchildren always welcome.

As in previous years, after expenses, I will share any profit between St Michael's Church, the Village Hall, the village tennis court and this year I would like to give a share to Myeloma UK (charity no:  SC026116) to help them with their invaluable support/research to those diagnosed with myeloma.

Amanda Limb

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