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Planning Applications: 31 January 2018 WEEKLY LIST

To add your comments to any planning applications – click on the ENC website or click the link below to go directly to the article you require.

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Notice is given that the following applications have been received together with the last date for making representations:

Apethorpe

17/02677/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Replace all current PVC white windows with same size softwood timber casement double glazed

white windows without Georgian bars at The Courtyard 2 Manor Farm Apethorpe

 

18/00107/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LBRegs)

Removal of modern garages in Western Courtyard, Internal Alterations to White Hall, Library and Orangery, isolated replacement of windows and installation of kitchen and bathrooms as detailed

in the submitted schedule of works dated 16/1/18. at Apethorpe Palace Hunting Way Apethorpe

 

18/00108/LBC (24/02/2018) (Info)

Demolition of modern garages in West Courtyard, re open original gateway into West Courtyard

and installation of new steps, installation of lighting, power and telephone sockets.  Creation of

bathrooms and provision of services for drainage and water, repair and replacement of internal

doors, removal of pin board and installation of kitchen and aga in despencer room.  Isolated

replacement of modern windows with timber sash windows to match original, removal of modern

partition walls, creation of new opening to cottage, unblocking of fireplace in library and addition

of new surround, removal of false ceiling and replace with decorative vaulted ceiling, opening up

of floor and insertion of new structure for fireplace, general repair of plaster and woodwork and re decoration as detailed in the schedule of works dated 16th January 2018. at Apethorpe Palace

Ashton

18/00147/FUL and 18/00148/LBC (03/03/2018)(LB/CA)(LB Regs)

Carry out works to Cart Shed to form garage (Revised scheme to 17/02198/FUL and 17/02199/LBC) at Green Farm 21 The Green Ashton  PE8 5LD

Benefield

17/02208/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Erection of a two storey rear extension (Resubmission of 14/01665/FUL) at The Long Barn Main Street Upper Benefield PE8 5AN

Brigstock

17/02634/LBC (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA) (LBRegs)

Relocation of kitchen, creation of ground floor shower room and utility (previously kitchen and

pantry) replacement of one window to side elevation, replacement of temporary timber wall between hallway and adjacent room, closing up of secondary staircase at ceiling level (stairs

retained within cupboard).  Creation of new access corridor from landing through existing bedroom,closing up of doorway between bedrooms, closing up of secondary staircase at floor level to facilitate safer access to existing shower room – Resubmission of application number 17/01042/LBC

at 1 Church Street Brigstock  NN14 3EX

Easton-on-the-Hill

18/00042/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Demolition of existing single storey and carport and erection of new two storey garage including

ancillary residential annexe at 29 Westfields Easton On The Hill PE9

Fotheringhay

18/00139/FUL and 18/00140/LBC (03/03/2018)(LB/CA)(LBRegs)

Demolition of rear wall to Grade II Listed dwellinghouse to create rear single storey oak framed

garden room. Alterations to fenestration to include replacement windows, replace rear side door and frame and repaint front door and frame at 20 Main Street Fotheringhay

Harringworth

17/02675/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Demolition of existing single storey lean-to and replacement with single storey rear extension;

erection of porch to front elevation at The Old Vicarage Seaton Road Harringworth

Higham Ferrers

17/02618/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Demolition of attached rear outbuilding; erection of single storey rear extension; erection of glazed verandah to rear; insertion of two new rooflights to existing single storey rear element;

new/replacement windows/doors (as per drawing E-1701-1 G) at 1 Hind Stile Higham Ferrers

NN10 8EA

 

17/02619/LBC (03/03/2018)

(LBRegs)

Demolition of attached rear outbuilding; erection of single storey rear extension; erection of glazed verandah to rear; insertion of two new rooflights to existing single storey rear element;

new/replacement windows/doors (as per drawing E-1701-1 G); removal of paintwork to front

elevation to expose stone beneath at 1 Hind Stile Higham Ferrers

 

17/02656/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Single storey side and rear extension at 12 Manor Way Higham Ferrers NN10 8BX

 

18/00003/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Conversion of garage to habitable rooms at 5 The Wroe Higham Ferrers NN10 8NB

Irthlingborough

17/02605/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

The construction of eight new dwellings, closing off existing vehicular access and forming a new vehicular access. at 138 Finedon Road Irthlingborough  NN9 5UB

 

17/02615/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Proposed first floor extension over existing garage and balcony at 21 Long Acres Drive Irthlingborough NN9 5UW

 

17/02668/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Two Storey side extension at 11 Premier Way Irthlingborough

 

18/00055/VAR (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Variation of condition 13 -removal of fire sprinkler system pursuant to 16/00524/FUL dated 27.10.16 : Conversion of existing Baptist Church and cottage into five new dwellings at Former Baptist Chapel Meeting Lane Irthlingborough

Islip

18/00078/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Removal of existing rear conservatory and replacement with single storey rear extension at 5 High Street Islip  NN14 3JS

Kings Cliffe

17/02671/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Alterations and repairs to existing conservatory at the rear of a dwelling. The construction of a new gable wall and extension of existing collyweston roof to the wall and conservatory at 21 West

Street Kings Cliffe PE8 6XB

Oundle

17/02281/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Change of use from B1(a) office building to A1 (Building currently has A1 use under Schedule 2

Part 4 Class D of Town and County Planning ( General Permitted Development Order 2015 Ref 16/01360/QPD/) at Bridge House Station Road Oundle  PE8 4DE

 

17/02625/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Proposed single storey front extension at 42 New Road Oundle

 

17/02489/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

To fit seven conservation style roof windows to front elevation of pitched roof at 81 West Street

Oundle  PE8 4EJ

 

17/02678/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Single storey flat roof extension to rear with glazed lantern.  Replace dormer with increased roof

height to front and side elevation at 32 Creed Road Oundle  PE8 4QN

Polebrook

18/00059/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Conversion of part of ground floor of garage and stable building to annexe, installation of a first

floor for annexe use including installation of roof and dormer windows. Change of facing materials to dwelling house including installation of pitched roof dormers (revised scheme to 16/00569/FUL) at Paddock End Kings Arms Lane Polebrook  PE8 5LW

Raunds

18/00001/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Change of use to residential (C3) from Day Nursery (D1) (retrospective) at 2 Poplars Close Raunds NN9 6EZ

Rushden

17/02601/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of Single Storey rear extension at 179 Bedford Road Rushden  NN10 0SA

 

17/02620/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Proposed first floor loft style extension with covered balcony over existing garage and kitchen at 118 Higham Road Rushden  NN10 6DT

 

17/02655/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Single storey side extension and new front wall to front boundary at 282 Wellingborough Road

Rushden  NN10 9XP

 

17/02658/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Retrospective Planning Application for Garden Storage Building at 1 Fern Road Rushden NN10 6AU

 

17/02674/FUL (03/03/2018)

(Art8)

Part demolition part retention and conversion of former print works with additional new houses and

flats to create 12 new residential dwellings at Printing Workshop Midland Road Rushden NN10 9UJ

 

18/00004/FUL (03/03/2018)

(Art8)

Construction of a new link road between Ditchford Lane and Rushden Lakes (with associated site clearance and earthworks) alongside junction works, footpaths, cycleways, lighting, hard and soft landscaping and associated works at Land West Of Rushden Lakes Ditchford Lane Rushden

 

18/00007/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Two-storey Side and  Single-storey Rear Extensions at 131 Higham Road Rushden

NN10 6DS

 

18/00019/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Single-storey Side Extension at 6 Crane Close Rushden  NN10 6BE

 

18/00030/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Demolish existing single storey and erect new two storey extension and extend garage at 26

Firdale Avenue Rushden  NN10 6ED

 

18/00053/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Application to allow amalgamation of Unit A6 and Unit A7 at Terrace A, Rushden Lakes as well as

use of Unit A6 for the sale of clothing and footwear at Land Adjacent Skew Bridge Ski Slope

Rushden Lakes Rushden

 

18/00068/ADV (24/02/2018) (Info)

Consent to display 3No. internally illuminated Facia Signs to front side and rear elevations and

1No. Set of glazing vinyl graphics to front and side elevation. at Land Adjacent Skew Bridge Ski

Slope Rushden Lakes Rushden

 

18/00110/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Single storey rear extension & loft conversion (N.B: Proposed extension does not fall under

permitted development as the extension is built off a previous extension) at 292 Newton Road

Rushden  NN10 0SY

 

17/02317/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Conversion of garage to habitable room (retrospective) at 86 Coltsfoot Road Rushden

NN10 0GE

 

17/02541/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Replace existing single front facing dormer with 2No. smaller dormers. Convert garage to habitable

room and construction of detached double garage with home office over. at 183 Avenue Road Rushden  NN10 0SN

 

18/00115/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Single storey rear extension and extension to garage to create separate annex. at 33 Carnegie

Street Rushden  NN10 9SN

Stoke Doyle

18/00101/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Closure of existing field access and creation of new field access with associated track (part

retrospective) at The Mill House Wadenhoe Road Stoke Doyle  PE8 5TG

Thrapston

18/00033/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Extension of existing boundary featherboard fence at the same height of 1.8 metres, by 5 metres in length, and 1 metre depth. at 16 Scotney Way Thrapston NN14 4SA

 

18/00114/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Change of Use of Part of the Coal Delivery Yard to a Self-Storage Facility Resubmission of

17/02042/FUL at Coal Yard Midland Road Thrapston

 

18/00061/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Alterations to include installation of spiral staircase to rear, new garage doors, additional velux

window to rear, flue to wood burning stove at 15 Poreham Road Thrapston

 

18/00163/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

garage conversion to habitable room at 15 Sherborne Way Thrapston NN14 4XG

Titchmarsh

18/00095/FUL (03/03/2018)

(LB/CA)

Erection of Timber Garden Store and Workshop (Retrospective) at 13 High Street Titchmarsh

NN14 3DF

 

18/00096/LBC (03/03/2018)

(LBRegs)

Erection of timber garden store at west boundary and workshop at north boundary to grounds of

Grade II Listed dwellinghouse at 13 High Street Titchmarsh  NN14 3DF

Wadenhoe

17/02657/LBC (03/03/2018)

(LBRegs) (LB/CA)

Internal and external alterations to Grade II Listed Coach House  to effect change of use consent to

C3 dwellinghouse granted under application 17/01397/FUL at The Old Coach House Wadenhoe

House Church Street Wadenhoe  PE8 5SR

Wakerley

18/00049/FUL (31/10/2018)

(LB/CA)

Erection of two storey side extension. at 3 Main Street Wakerley Oakham  LE15

Woodnewton

18/00085/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Demolition of conservatory to east elevation with replacement extension.  Additional extension to west elevation at The Old Milking Parlour Pound Lane Woodnewton

Yarwell

17/02639/FUL (24/02/2018) (Info)

Proposed installation of two sets of french doors on the first floor of the rear elevation to replace

existing windows. at Spring Barn 1 Manor Farm Main Street Yarwell  PE8 6PR

 

17/02640/LBC (03/03/2018)

(LBRegs)

Proposed installation of two sets of french doors on the first floor of the rear elevation to replace

Existing windows. at Spring Barn 1 Manor Farm Main Street Yarwell  PE8 6PR

 

Benefit Launch an “Out of this World” New Product

Benefit launch an “Out of this World” new product.

Be the first to try it at House of Fraser, Rushden Lakes.

House of Fraser are holding a Masterclass on Friday 2nd February 2018 at 17:00 to show you how to use the fantastic new product.

What is it ???

Well that’s top secret so they will not say, but to be one of the first to see it. Book your ticket for the launch in store.

Tickets £25 redeemable against any Benefit product purchased on the night.

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Tickets £25 redeemable against any Benefit product purchased on the night.

 

Planning Applications: 25 January 2018 WEEKLY LIST

To add your comments to any planning applications – click on the ENC website or click the link below to go directly to the article you require.

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Notice is given that the following applications have been received together with the last date for making representations:

Blatherwycke

17/02539/FUL (17/02/2018)

(LB/CA) (Art8)

Demolition of 2no. storage buildings and construction of 1no. replacement storage building and

deer larder with butchery/packaging area at Mill Farm Buildings Kings Cliffe Road Blatherwycke PE8 6YW

Brigstock

17/02662/FUL (17/02/2018)

(LB/CA)

Single storey extension to side (For two small store-rooms) at The Village Hall 8 Bridge Street

Brigstock  NN14 3ET

 

17/02663/LBC (17/02/2018)

(LBRegs)

New Gas supply with ground gas meter; Install boiler plus radiators to all rooms; Electrical re-wire;

Injection damp proof course; internal alterations to existing rear extension; Window

replacements,new window and french doors to single storey rear extension at 1 Lyveden Road

Brigstock  NN14 3HE

Collyweston

17/02635/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Retrospective change of use of land to the rear of the house to residential garden. Erection of

greenhouse, removal of existing and relocation and erection of new garden shed. at 17 Main Road

Collyweston  PE9 3PF

 

17/02665/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Erection of agricultural storage building to be used by Natural England at The Old Highways Dept Peterborough Road Duddington  PE9 3QA

Deenethorpe

17/02637/FUL and 17/02638/LBC (17/02/2018) (LB/CA)(LBRegs)

Erect new single storey rear extension with internal alterations at 35 Deenethorpe NN17 3EP

Higham Ferrers

17/02624/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Single storey rear/side extension at 31 Fitzwilliam Leys Higham Ferrers NN10 8LY

Irthlingborough

17/02483/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Convert an existing stone garage building into a self contained 2 bedroom studio and associated

site works at Land Adjacent 83 Victoria Street Irthlingborough

 

17/02575/VAR (17/02/2018)

(LB/CA)(Art8)

VAR of Condition 26 Change the planning site layout ‘GBS/1091/350 Revision AA’  to ‘4342-107-Proposed Planning Layout-  Pursuant to 16/02336/FUL This application seeks to vary Condition 26 of the planning permission and change the planning site layout ‘GBS/1091/350 Revision AA’

to ‘4342-107-Proposed Planning Layout’The car park and retaining structure in front of Retail

Unit 1 have been designed as part of the construction drawing package and the current approved

planning layout can not be constructed. at Former Factory Site Church Street Irthlingborough

Kings Cliffe

17/02612/FUL and 17/02613/LBC (17/02/2018) (LB/CA)(LBRegs)

Minor alterations, demolition of existing modern glazed link, construction of a new extension to

link between the existing dwelling and construction of new single storey extension and porch. at 56

Park Street Kings Cliffe  PE8 6XN

Nassington

17/02408/FUL (17/02/2018)

(LB/CA)

To replace two dilapidated brick sheds with one stone built shed (retrospective) at 4 Woodnewton

Road Nassington  PE8 6QQ

Oundle

17/02453/FUL and 17/02454/LBC (17/02/2018) (LB/CA)(LBRegs)

Reinstatement of 19th century shopfront and associated passage, reinstatement of residential use to rear, replacement of timber roof structure and new external access stair, and internal and

external alterations as specified in submitted Design and Access Statement (Rev A dated Nov 17)

at 88 West Street Oundle  PE8 4EF

 

17/02504/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Alterations to existing car park and removal of small planted area  to create an additional 3 parking spaces. at 44 West Street Oundle  PE8 4EF

Raunds

17/01527/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Change of Use  from Sui Generis (undefined mixed use farmland and agriculture) to C3 domestic

land within the curtilage of the dwellinghouse (retrospective) at Temperance Hall 12 Marshalls

Road Raunds  NN9 6ET

Rushden

17/01918/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Upgrading of existing ground facilities at Hayden Road sports ground to meet Football Association requirements to include the installation of: Two additional spectator stands (one standing, one seated); Two additional spectator units (one shop and one refreshment); One container unit and one shed; Toilet facilities; Turnstile facility containing two turnstiles: Tannoy and public address PA) systems; Changes to the internal fences (Retrospective) at Sports Ground Hayden Road

 

17/02547/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Over clad of whole of existing roof at Buildbase Limited Northampton Road Rushden NN10 6AR

 

17/02598/REM (10/02/2018) (Info)

Reserved matters pursuant to planning application 16/01842/OUT: Two semi detached dwellings with off road parking and garden land (all matters reserved except access) at 109 Newton Road Rushden  NN10 0HJ

 

17/02660/FUL (10/02/2018) (Info)

Loft conversion with front and rear dormers at 10 Browning Close Rushden  NN10

 

Nene Local speaks to Lesley Clarke Style Advisor

Alex Lloyd reports…

Fashion is a very inconsistent field. Celebrities encourage new styles to come and go almost every week, and people scramble in their masses to wear what the ‘cool’ people wear. How many of us follow the fashion trends regardless of what really suits us? It’s not easy to define your individual style, much easier to be guided by the media – what we see on the TV, Instagram, and in magazines. Nene Local spoke to Style Advisor, Lesley Clarke, about how she helps people find their personal style, what colours suit them and gives people more confidence in their image.

Lesley had worked in fashion retail for many years, a very profit driven industry, which is after consumers money. It’s not concerned if a garment really suits you or about how well it will go with what you’ve already got in your wardrobe. The buzz a lot of us get when making a new purchase is often short lived and so is the life of some of our garments – some not even seeing the light of day (Lesley said you’d be surprised about the number of clothes people have in their wardrobes with the original tags on!). We are all at times tempted to buy on a whim but what Lesley wanted to do is influence this process and help people make better purchasing choices – ones that would work better for their personalities, lifestyles and budgets – so that what they ended up buying would be loved, worn lots and last the test of time. That started her on a journey; first studying a psychology degree through the Open University and then training through the Federation of Image Consultants, before setting up her own business 5 years ago.

Style Advisor – What Really Happens…?

Lesley helps prevent expensive mistakes,  giving advice which suits the client’s individual needs so that they can allow their personality and individualism to be reflected in the clothes they wear. To ensure a focused consultation Lesley encourages them to chat with her on the phone before any appointment. It’s all about being able to buy the right clothes and to save her clients time, money and stress in the long run.

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Finding out what colours best suit my face

The entire process only takes a few hours; however, I got a short 15-minute taster of what Colour Analysis is all about. Lesley goes to the client’s house so that they are comfortable and have all their clothes to hand. She starts off with a questionnaire to find out about their current style and colour preference. She then looks at skin tone, hair and eye colour and matches them up with different colours.  Next the client looks at a mirror whilst she matches the colours and asks for their own opinion too.

At the end of the process, she guides the client through what colours best suit them so that they can be more confident when buying clothes and develop a more co-ordinated wardrobe. Each client is given a swatch of colours, which is a great tool to use when shopping.

After my mini session, we discovered that my best colours came out as ‘cool deep summer’, so my neutrals will be charcoal grey, a lot of blue and perhaps not so much black! Lesley explained that as we age our skin-tone fades and our hair changes colour, so I need to make the most of wearing black, my favourite ‘go to’ colour now! I was surprised to know that I could also wear pinks and lavenders – taking me out of my comfort zone but Lesley was quick to tell me I didn’t have to wear all the colours in the swatch!

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The different colour schemes

Style Advisor – What Did I Think….?

Coming into this, I had no idea what Lesley could say to me that was new. I was always into a dark colour scheme, for example, I had no idea that purple made my face look a lot brighter and warmer. It was a very fascinating and unique experience to me and I can see how it could help a lot of people who are maybe less confident than myself in their colour choices.

 

For more information:

Lesley Clarke Style Advisor

Tel: 07969 516390

lesley@lesley-clarke.co.uk

https://www.lesley-clarke.co.uk/

 

 

Constant Headache? Why Popping another Pill might not be the Best Answer

Constant Headache.  Look At The Alternatives Before You Pop Another Pill

It has been revealed that more than one million people in Britain may be suffering from constant headache because they are taking too many painkillers, experts say. The pills people take to relieve headaches and migraines may be making things much worse, according to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in guidance to the health service for England and Wales.
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Plenty of Parking at Orchard Clinic, Thrapston

As many as one in fifty people suffer continual headaches because of “medication overuse”, NICE reports. The problem begins with taking the odd painkiller for tension headaches or migraines, which usually works. But some people take the pills more and more often, until they are on tablets for more than half the days in a month. NICE says that if this goes on for more than three months the medication ends up causing the problem it is meant to cure.
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So what alternatives are there to continually popping pills? The British Osteopathic Association comments, “tension-type and neck related headaches are the most common form of constant headache. If you suffer from tension-type headache, then regular gentle exercise will almost certainly help – such as yoga, pilates, swimming and walking. Some people find it hard to relax and probably don’t realise how tense they are. If someone suffers from headaches it may also be neck related due to stiffness or restrictions of the neck. Osteopaths look to find the cause of tensions or stiffness and seek to relieve it by helping the body achieve more mobility and flexibility.
Other lifestyle factors such as poor posture at a desk or tiredness can lead to tension-type or neck related constant headache. Osteopaths look to relieve this tension and give advice on posture and exercises to do to help prevent the tension or stiffness from building up. For example we would recommend taking regular breaks from sitting at a computer desk for long periods of time or prolonged driving. Any persistent or severe headache should always be checked by a GP first.”
Orchard Clinic, based in Thrapston, is certainly a place to call in and ask advice.  The osteopaths can check your posture, they will ask lifestle questions to see what work you do as this may help them discover the cause.
The gentle treatment of Cranial Osteopathy or even Acupuncture may be able to help, and offer long term solutions to your pain, without popping yet another pill!

For more information

Orchard Clinic
Tel: 01832 733686

Homefield Grange – Your Local Spa

Homefield Grange – Residential Spa Retreat

Homefield Grange residential packages offer you total immersion and an opportunity to concentrate solely on yourself. come to Homefield to lose weight, kick start better ways of eating, to break bad habits, for health concerns, detox, relaxation, improve energy levels and to fall in love with your body again.

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Your stay will include treatments, yoga, meditation, movie nights, talks, practical food demos, exercise classes, nordic walking, infra red sauna, supplements, purified water, a choice of detox options (juice, smoothies or natural light diet), use of fitness studio and beautiful accommodation.

The venue is dedicated to health and wellbeing (no chocolates or champagne!). Only 15 residential guests are welcomed each week, ensuring your stay is personalised and attentive. You’ll be looked after by a team that is professional and experienced in getting you the results you want. Best of all, do as much, or as little as you like.

Set in 23 acres of Northamptonshire countryside, Homefield Grange  is easily accessible by road or rail, but a world away from the demands and temptations of life. During your stay, you can choose from an extensive list of aesthetic, body, face and skin treatments – you’ll leave them looking and feeling great, inside and out.

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A Typical Day at Homefield Grange

From 7am: Cleansing Hot Water & Lemon & Breakfast choice (juice/smoothie/food)

7.45am: Nordic Walking

9.00am: Fit For Life Cardio Class or Yoga (varies daily)

10.00am: Stretch/Meditation (varies daily)

12.00 noon: Lunch option (juices/smoothie/food)

12.30pm: Food Demo/Practical Session (let our resident chef/nutritionist give you some top tips)

1.00pm: Treatments

2.00pm Optional Miso Drink

4.00pm: Optional Afternoon juice

6.00pm: Talk of the Day (Nutrition/Diet/Lifestyle Advice)

7.00pm onwards Dinner Served (home made soup)

Homefield is a small, dedicated venue, free from any temptations or distractions, whose team specialises in weight loss, detox, stress release, gaining energy, and thinking and feeling better.

You’ll be in the safe experienced hands of well trained professionals who can personalise a slimming, detoxing and wellness package just for your specific needs.

Find out more

Call today on 01536 712 219

Web:  https://www.homefieldgrangeretreat.co.uk/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/detoxretreatuk/

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Human Resources from Helen Smith, Owner of Crescita HR & OD

Human Resources are a vital part of any company.

Human Resources deal with the hiring, administration and training of staff, which includes writing policies and procedures and supporting the managers with the discipline of the staff.  Additionally, they make a valuable contribution to the overall strategic development of the company in terms of workforce planning. Crescita HR & OD provides these services to smaller businesses who perhaps don’t need an internal HR resource but who are looking to get this support from an outsourced service. Crescita HR & OD also work as an additional resource to some larger companies, specifically in dealing with larger projects and investigations where impartiality is required.

About the Owner

Helen Smith always wanted to be in HR. She had seen a lot of the job at an early age, as her grandad was a union convener and was one of her inspirations to go into this line of work. Individuals can get an entry level post in human resources with GCSE level education, but most organisations expect you to join the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, especially if you want to progress. The ideal client for an outsourced HR company would be a company with up to approximately 250 employees, above that level and they would probably want to think about their own focused HR department.

When working in HR, you need to be able to have difficult conversations with people. When dealing with redundancies, for example, you must remain impartial and remember that it is a decision which has been taken which is necessary for the company; companies are required to seek alternatives to redundancy wherever possible, but when reaching that final decision it is the post and not the individual that is becoming redundant.  Help is always made available to those affected by redundancy from HR as it is recognised that redundancy can have a significant impact on the individual and their family.  Helen added that it can be difficult when family or friends ask for help, because objectivity is very important in HR.

The job can be demanding and rewarding and there are always going to be surprises when working with people. There are never going to be set outcomes, as people and their responses to situations are unpredictable. Some people don’t always behave as they should, which is why there’s always a need for HR to carry out investigations.

About Crescita

Some of the services provided by Crescita HR & OD include: disciplinary/grievance investigations, HR policy review/ development, job design/analysis and much more.

For more information

Crescita HR & OD

http://www.crescitahr-od.co.uk

Call Helen on 07947 012893

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Are Wills Considered Taboo? Nene Local speaks to Wellingborough Wills

Wellingborough Wills talks to Nene Local reporter Alex Lloyd.

Most people still have very old-fashioned views on wills. Two out of three of people in the UK have not written a will, and considering they are one of the most important pieces of paper in someone’s life this stat is quite shocking. Many people regard it as ‘tempting fate’, that when you sign on that dotted life the clock starts ticking. The reality however, is that the clock was always ticking so making sure that you can leave something behind is important. We spoke to Wellingborough Wills, a family run business, about how they can provide peace of mind for people.

Wellingborough Wills was founded by Gordon Spence in 2008. After jobs in IT and mortgages, he fell into will making after the loss of his mother in law. In 2014 his daughter, Dani, left the childcare industry after wanting a change of job. It is unusual for there to be a family will-writing business, but the professionalism and small fees make Wellingborough Wills a great option for securing the future.

Wills are the legal documents containing instructions of what should be done with a person’s estate (money and property) after death. They can also contain what they wish their funeral to be like, however the funerals cannot be legally enforced. They can make sure that your children will be looked after, reduce inheritance tax or leave your possessions to certain people. It is truly astonishing that the large majority of people in the country have not yet written a will.

Wills can contain virtually anything. Some people choose to leave their inheritance to beloved pets, like Gunther, a German Shepherd worth £90 mil after his owner passed away. People can choose to have their ashes scattered over places like cricket pitches or at sea, or to have them mixed with other loved ones. These things are legally enforceable, so the stress of what happens after you go is reduced considerably.

Why get professional advice?

DIY will kits are available from some retailers for about £10, and they’re good for when you want to leave little things behind. However, there are some risks with these ‘do it at home’ kits. For example, were you to make a mistake on that will, that mistake will by carried out by law. If you go to a professional will writing company, such as Wellingborough Wills, they can offer sound advice and ensure that everything is as you want it.

Martin Luther King Jr never wrote a will, and his relatives are still battling over his estate in court a full 50 years after his death. That alone shows how important that small piece of paper really is.

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For more information, please contact:

01933 213450

contact@wellingboroughwills.com

http://wellingboroughwills.com/

 

Prize Giving at Prince William School Oundle

Prize giving at Prince William School in Oundle – beginning with GCSE Certificates.

GCSE’s were awarded to :

Harry Abbott       Dylan Anderson     Ella Andrews     Sinead Archer      Oscar Armitage       Chloe Ashberry

Thomas Ashby    Abbey Barnes     Olivia Bateman    Georgie Bayliss     James Beesley    Braeden Bettles

Jessica Bird      James Bone       Joshua Bonnett        Lauren Booker        Chloe Booker-Phillips

Melissa Brace      Grace Bradshaw       Oliver Brawn       Gracie Brown      Louis Brown         Cameron Bryce

William Buck     Hazel Buckby     Rebecca Burbage     Olivia Burkinshaw     Meg Burton      Giorgio Calitri

Jordan Carr      Madeleine Carter       Reinny Castillo Aquino        Charles Chambers        Tom Clark

Ryan Clipston       Haiden Cobley       Emma Jane Coulson       Dizzy Craike-Pickering      Ben Crawley

Brett Davies    Joshua Day       Reuben Dexter       Rico Dhadra         Joshua Dodd        Lewis Dolan

Mitchell Dolby    Wendyano Dos Santos        Samuel Drage        Oliver Eke       Emilia Elliott-Clinker

      Emma Elton      Katie FallonThomas Filby       Emily Folgate      Poppy Fortescue

   Kyle Francis       Daniel Gambrell      Benjamin Garton   Joshua Geoghegan      Samuel Gerry

    Beth Giddings      Alfie Gilder-Smith       Kyle Glynn      Kai Gordon

Shane Grant     Ben Gray      Amelia Hamilton      Oliver Hamilton      William Harrell      William Harris

Neve Harrison      Matty Hawes       James Hazell      Sam Herbert      Francesca Herring      Mark Hilbert

Jessica Hill      Eleanor Hinchy      Athene Hindley     Mack Holman     Ben Honeywell      Hannah Hood

Marcus Hood     Jake Horne     Chloe Howard     Milly Hunt      Emily Hutchinson      Harry James

Jacob Jeffery     Naomi Kelly     Patrick Kelly     Aaron Kilby-Johnson    Jody Kirk    Sarah Kirk

  Bram Kochuijt    Jacob Lane      Freya Langford     Oliver Lemmon      Karl Lenser

Alex Lloyd (our very own reporter on Nene Local Magazine for this school year!)

Benjamin Lovejoy    Joshua Lucas-Knight     Mateusz Maciejak    Callum MacLeavy   Teah Maibaum

George Mann  Peter Mansfield    Lauren Marshall    Ellie Martin

James Martin      Alicia Mash     Charlotte Maywood

Adam McCrone    James McMurdo     Oliver Melville     Jacob Merali     Leon Middleton    Jack Miles

Jamie Mitchell     Joshua Morgan     Harry Morris     Penny Morson     Frankie Moynagh     Shannon Moynagh

Lottie Munnings      Joseph Murphy      Shane Noddles      Phoebe Oliver     Helen Palmer      Jade Parker

Roisin Peberdy     Jack Peet      Amy Perrin      Antonio Petre     Ryan Pill     Jack Pringle     Artur Puchalski

Toby Ray       Beth Redwood    Jack Reed     Thomas Richardson     Priya Roberts     Arron Roseblade

Bethany Rosier-Kenley    Isabella Ross    Toby Saddington    Malik Saleh     Robert Sallai    Michael Sarris

Poppy Schuenemann    Alice Seabrook    Joe Searle    Tom Seery    Dylan Shepherd     Ria Shoesmith

Amelia Simlo    Meg Snow    Louis Spicer    Maddie Stevenson    Christopher Stoker    Hannah Stovin

George Tarleton   John Tatsis   Harry Thomas   Molly Thompson  Annabel Tomkins    Lily Topple

Kiera Tracey   Alice Turner   Anouk Van Royen   Genevieve Vogt  Jamie Wade    Eve Waling    Rachel Walker

Sam Walker    Anya Ward     Freddie Ward     Sophie Warren     Adam White     Anna White   Jordan White

Luke White   Eleanor Whitwell    Emma Widdecombe    Emma Wilson     Sam Wilson     Eloise Winter

Lucas Wood    Isabella Wykes

Year 11 presentations

The Presentation of Prizes to Year 11

Varous local businesses have this year sponsored the trophies – so a big thanks to them!

Year 11 prize winners

The Waterland Associates Prize for Art – Anouk Van Royen

 

The Sa-Bai-Gai Prize for Biology – Genevieve Vogt

 

The Spark Angels of Oundle Prize for Business Studies – Emma Wilson

 

The Hambleton Bakery Prize for Catering – Phoebe Oliver

 

The Murdock Prize for Chemistry – Karl Lenser

 

The Qi Marketing Prize for Computer Science – George Tarleton

 

The Oundle School of Ballet Prize for Dance – Gracie Brown

 

The Telling Tales Prize for Drama – Reuben Dexter

 

The Beans Coffee Stop Prize for English Language – Francesca Herring

 

The Stamford Shakespeare Company Prize for English Literature – James Hazell

 

The Devine Bettys Catering Co Prize for French – Beth Redwood

 

The Amps Wine Merchants Prize for Geography – Emma Wilson

 

The Oundle Historical Society Prize for History – Samuel Gerry

 

The Nene Valley Brewery Prize for Maths – Charlotte Maywood

 

The Gilbert and Sullivan Players Prize for Music – Roisin Peberdy

 

The RJ Barbers Prize for boys’ Physical Education

 

The Gorilla Firm Prize for girls’ Physical Education

 

The Judith Day Optometrist Prize for Physics – Karl Lenser

 

The Willowbrook Kitchens Prize for Resistant Materials – James Hazell

 

The Dexters of Oundle Prize for Spanish – Bethany Rosier-Kenley

 

The Valentina V Brunn Prize for Textiles – Ria Shoesmith

 

The Just Lets Achievement Cup – Hannah Stovin

 

The Sadler Electrical Award for Attendance – Amy Perrin

 

The EMLC Academy Trust Award for Leadership – Rebecca Burbage

 

The Coffee Tavern Award for Contribution to Community – Ryan Clipston

 

The Doggies Day Out (Corby and Oundle) Award for Resilience – James Hazell

 

The Principal’s Progress Cup – Emily Folgate

Year 11 prize winners

The Presentation of A Level Certificates to Year 13

Holly Bayliss    Sam Belton     Isabella Biddle     Gregory Bogg    Aaron Burrows    Nathan Butler

Rachel Chester    Holly Clancy     Anna Croft     Oliver Duffy      Olivia Foster-Wakeling     Emily Greenwood

Anna Hilbert      Danika Jones     Samuel King     Amelia McCormack    Lily Palmer Howard    Maria Potter

Connie Reeves     Sophia Ridden      George Robertshaw     Kimberley Samuels-Hammond     Matthew Snow

Charlie Steele    Thomas Stoker     Scarlett Turley-Chambers     Reuben Waring    Thomas Wiggins

Phoebe Williams    Flora Woollard    Joseph Wright   Ryan Wykes   Lorna Calvert

 

The Presentation of Prizes to Year 13

 

The Primrose Art Gallery Prize for Art – Emily Greenwood

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The Oundle and Thrapston Veterinary Surgery Prize for Biology – Holly Bayliss

The Oundle and Thrapston Veterinary Surgery Prize for Biology – Holly Bayliss

The csb internet Prize for Business Studies – Samuel King

The csb internet Prize for Business Studies – Samuel King

The Oundle News Prize for Chemistry – Flora Woollard

The Oundle News Prize for Chemistry – Flora Woollard

The Oundle School of Ballet Prize for Dance – Madeline Kirk

The Nene Local Magazine Prize for English Language – Anja Van Der Sterren

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The Oundle Festival of Literature Prize for English Literature – Emily Greenwood

The Oundle Festival of Literature Prize for English Literature – Emily Greenwood

The Oundle Rotary Club Prize for French – Maria Potter

The Oundle Rotary Club Prize for French – Maria Potter

The Joanne Cowdery Travel Counsellor Prize for Geography – Flora Woollard

The Joanne Cowdery Travel Counsellor Prize for Geography – Flora Woollard

The Oundle Historical Society Prize for History – Charlie Steele

The Oundle Historical Society Prize for History – Charlie Steele

The Bulley Davey Prize for Maths – Charlie Steele

The Bulley Davey Prize for Maths – Charlie Steele

The Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust Prize for Music – Lorna Calvert

The Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust Prize for Music – Lorna Calvert

The Judith Day Optometrist Prize for Physics – Matthew Snow

The Judith Day Optometrist Prize for Physics – Matthew Snow

The Matrix College of Counselling and Psychotherapy Prize for Psychology – Anna Croft

The Matrix College of Counselling and Psychotherapy Prize for Psychology – Anna Croft

The Trevor Jolley Design Prize for Religious Studies – Aaron Burrows

The Trevor Jolley Design Prize for Religious Studies – Aaron Burrows

The AGA Oundle Prize for Sociology – Aaron Burrows

The AGA Oundle Prize for Sociology – Aaron Burrows

The Oundle Rotary Club Prize for Spanish – Olivia Foster-Wakeling

The Oundle Rotary Club Prize for Spanish – Olivia Foster-Wakeling

The Woodford and Co Achievement Cup – Sophia Ridden

The Woodford and Co Achievement Cup – Sophia Ridden

The Oundle Golf Club Award for Attendance – Emily Greenwood

The Oundle Golf Club Award for Attendance – Emily Greenwood

The EMLC Academy Trust Award for Leadership – Matthew Snow

The EMLC Academy Trust Award for Leadership – Matthew Snow

The Waterland Associates Award for Contribution to Community – Aaron Burrows

The Waterland Associates Award for Contribution to Community – Aaron Burrows

The Oundle Golf Club Award for Resilience – Anja Van Der Sterren

The Principal’s Progress Cup – Holly Bayliss

The Principal’s Progress Cup – Holly Bayliss

 

 

 

Planning Applications: 15 January 2018 WEEKLY LIST

To add your comments to any planning applications – click on the ENC website or click the link below to go directly to the article you require.

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Notice is given that the following applications have been received together with the last date for making representations:

Bulwick

Discharge of conditions pursuant to 17/01428/FUL: Demolition of existing Munition Dumps and construction of new single storey store Condition 3 – Materials Condition 4 – Archaeology

The Old Rectory Church Lane Bulwick Northamptonshire NN17 3ET

Ref. No: 18/00065/CND | Status: Awaiting decision

 

Collyweston

Discharge of Condition: Application number 17/01934/FUL Single storey side extension 3 – external materials

19 Main Road Collyweston Stamford Northamptonshire PE9 3PF

Ref. No: 18/00040/CND | Status: Awaiting decision

 

Irthlingborough

Variation of condition 13 -removal of fire sprinkler system pursuant to 16/00524/FUL dated 27.10.16 : Conversion of existing Baptist Church and cottage into five new dwellings

Former Baptist Chapel Meeting Lane Irthlingborough Northamptonshire

Ref. No: 18/00055/VAR | Status: Awaiting decision

 

Oundle

T1 and T2 – Lime. Reduce further to older pollard points at approximately 3.5m

33 West Street Oundle Northamptonshire PE8 4EJ

Ref. No: 18/00066/TPO/ | Status: Awaiting decision

Change of use from B1(a) office building to A1 (Building currently has A1 use under Schedule 2 Part 4 Class D of Town and County Planning ( General Permitted Development Order 2015 Ref 16/01360/QPD/)

Bridge House Station Road Oundle Northamptonshire PE8 4DE

Ref. No: 17/02281/FUL | Status: Awaiting decision

 

Thrapston

Extension of existing boundary featherboard fence at the same height of 1.8 metres, by 5 metres in length, and 1 metre depth.

16 Scotney Way Thrapston Kettering Northamptonshire NN14 4SA

Ref. No: 18/00033/FUL | Status: Awaiting decision

 

Rushden

Non Material Amendment persuant to application 16/01662/FUL: Erection of a leisure building to include a cinema, other leisure uses and restaurant units and erection of retail units, cycle hire facilities together with proposals for access, parking and servicing space, hard and soft landscaping and other associated works.

Land Adjacent Skew Bridge Ski Slope Rushden Lakes Rushden Northamptonshire

Ref. No: 18/00057/AMD | Status: Awaiting decision

Application to allow amalgamation of Unit A6 and Unit A7 at Terrace A, Rushden Lakes as well as use of Unit A6 for the sale of clothing and footwear

Land Adjacent Skew Bridge Ski Slope Rushden Lakes Rushden Northamptonshire

Ref. No: 18/00053/FUL | Status: Awaiting decision

Partial Discharge of condition pursuant to application no. 16/01662/FUL: Erection of a leisure building to include a cinema, other leisure uses and restaurant units and erection of retail units, cycle hire facilities together with proposals for access, parking and servicing space, hard and soft landscaping and other associated works Condition 3: Schedule of materials and finishes for the external walls and roof(s) of the development for retail terrace D only.

Land Adjacent Skew Bridge Ski Slope Rushden Lakes Rushden Northamptonshire

Ref. No: 17/02659/CND | Status: Awaiting decision

Construction of a new link road between Ditchford Lane and Rushden Lakes (with associated site clearance and earthworks) alongside junction works, footpaths, cycleways, lighting, hard and soft landscaping and associated works

Land West Of Rushden Lakes Ditchford Lane Rushden Northamptonshire

Ref. No: 18/00004/FUL | Status: Awaiting decision

 

Raunds

Discharge of conditions pursuant to Application 17/00906/FUL: To demolish hall and garage and construct a bungalow. Condition 3 – Approval of materials prior to commencement Condition 4 – Details of the contaminated land investigation Condition 11 – Archaeology

St John Ambulance Hall High Street Raunds Northamptonshire NN9 6HT

Ref. No: 18/00048/CND | Status: Awaiting decision

Change of use to residential (C3) from Day Nursery (D1) (retrospective)

2 Poplars Close Raunds Wellingborough Northamptonshire NN9 6EZ

Ref. No: 18/00001/FUL | Status: Awaiting decision