Councillors Peter Baden and David Read hold surgery on the 1st Saturday of each month at the Thrapston town Council offices, High Street, Thrapston. 10am until Midday. No appointment is necessary.
During the open evening the police will be offering young people information on the new cadet scheme which will be launched in Wellingborough and across East Northamptonshire in May 2014.
In order to let you see what a selection of Thrapston businesses do, many of them have donated prizes….here is this weeks competition from Bearly Worn Children’s Clothing Agency.
You can enter by clicking the image below and following the instructions;
You can enter every day for the next week if you wish, of course the more entries you make then the best chance you have of winning! You will need to collect your prize from the store if you win.
Closing date is Friday December 13th 2013
The Nene Local Thrapston Edition has now launched.
The retailers of Thrapston have got many new initiatives on the go…
The Christmas Lights Festival will now be an annual occurrence, getting larger each year.
Plus the late night shopping on Thrapston Thursday has got off to a flying start, with lots of shopping being done, plus carol singers and general festive merriment!
We saw great use of social media by Tasty Bite, as they offered Facebook users a free drink if they used a password only available to their Facebook fans. As soon as we hear of any more promotions such as this we’ll disclose them on here, so do check back regularly!
We want to help get Thrapston on the map, so there will be lots going on on this site, plus lots of marketing to get the site noticed by a wider audience. If you have a business in Thrapston and would like to be listed then do get in touch here.
Mayfair and Park Lane have been swapped with Wellingborough’s Market Street and High Street in an exclusive version of family-favourite Monopoly.
A limited number of copies of the much-loved board game are available to win in a Christmas promotion aimed at getting more people to ‘shop local’ during the festive period.
Shoppers will be given scratch cards every time £10 is spent in participating Wellingborough town centre shops, with the chance of winning 101 prizes, including the Monopoly boards as well as a 50-inch flat screen television and children’s bikes. Every ticket will also be entered into a prize draw.
The give-away, which launched on November 30 and runs for three weeks, has been organised by the Wellingborough Business Improvement District (BID), an organisation which works to boost the town centre economy.
John Cable, BID manager, said: “Everyone loves a game of good old Monopoly with the family at Christmas – now here’s a chance to play a Wellingborough version of the classic game.
“Wellingborough has a lot to offer this Christmas with all of our independent shops offering first-rate customer service, product knowledge and exclusive goods.”
The BID commissioned the production of the special edition Monopoly boards to celebrate the town centre.
Gamers looking to invest in the budget streets of Old Kent Road or Whitechapel Road can instead expect Orient Way or Whitehorse Yard, while the Wellingborough prison has also been reopened.
Three of the train stations have been replaced by Tresham College, the council’s Swanspool House and The Castle.
The promotion is being run in conjunction with The Castle to help celebrate its The Hundred and One Dalmatians festive production.
The BID organised the town’s Christmas lights switch-on and accompanying festivities, including tribute acts, Santa and his reindeer, a fireworks display and artificial snow.
It has also launched a Christmas market with a series of pop-up shops located in Orient Way, which leads up to the main market.
Selling preowned clothing, accessories, gifts, new toys, furniture & larger equipment such as prams, highchairs & cots.
They have a selection of traditional wooden painted toys from Lanka Kade.
There is new furniture to order which is hand-carved & hand-painted in delightful designs for boys & girls.
Plus they are able to offer a payment plan to help you with the cost of these more expensive items.
The core business is good quality pre-owned children’s clothes from premium high-street brands to designer labels. With size range from newborn upto 10 years, with some tiny baby/premature baby wear in stock. You will find labels like: Gap, Monsoon, Zara, Gymboree, Timberland, Boden, Joules, Little White Company, Osh Kosh, Petit Bateau, Polarn O’Pyret, Ted Baker, Kenzo, Catimini, Dior, Ralph Lauren, Pretty Originals, Sarah Louise, I Love Gorgeous, Gucci,….& more.
Items start from as little as a couple of pounds & you will find many a bargain among the stock on display, some still with the original price labels on.
So why not drop by this evening, during ‘Thrapston Thursday‘ a late night opening initiative for December.
Athene Beauty and Hair
Athene was founded in 2004 by Lyn Jones and offers a wide range of Holistic & Beauty treatments as well as remedial & sports massage. As well as working as a therapist Lyn is also a registered midwife and continues to work for the NHS. Lyn now offers antenatal classes independently of the NHS within the Bridge Hotel.Athene is situated within the Bridge Hotel in Thrapston a small market town in Northamptonshire.