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Warmington Cinema

13th March - What we did on our Holiday

In this family comedy written and directed by Andy Hamilton. Doug and Abi are taking their three children on a trip to Scotland for a big family gathering. They are in the midst of a difficult divorce, and have asked the kids to keep it a secret from their extended family. But as the inevitable feuds kick in, a completely unexpected turn of events involving the children causes further tensions to rise to the surface. And with the repercussions that ensue the family are forced to put aside their differences and work together or else risk losing what they hold most dear. Stars; Rosamund Pike, David Tennant and Billy Connolly

Warmington Broadband Update

I have been told by BT that there is a problem with the BT Openreach network for the Warmington fibre connection to the cabinet in Buntings Lane. This means that the service BT call Superfast Broadband will not now be enabled until May 2015, rather than the expected March date. - Tim Helstrip

Warmington Tea Towel

Warmington Tea Towel

Rosemary Coates has been busy again, this time designing a tea towel. All money raised will go to support the five churches pictured. An ideal Christmas present but you will need to act fast as this is a limited edition. The price is £5.

If you would like one, please contact me on 01832 280249 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and I shall arrange to bring/post to you.

Kathryn Baird

Warmington Broadband Update

Find out the latest news about the SuperFast Broadband roll-out planned for Warmington.

Can You Help?

Bob Whitehouse is looking for information about the Haynes family that lived in Warmington. His grandfather was Arthur Edward Haynes, born 1881, and his parents were William and Mary Ann Haynes (maiden name Williamson).

Graeme Robinson is looking for information on on Robinson, Beasley Norton and Gardener family names. Thomas Robinson was a local church warden back in the early 1800's.

Judith Cannon is looking for information on her ancestors named Casseldine and Gale who were married in Warmington in 1840. They mention the local church but not the name but they may have been referring to the Wesleyan chapel as they were Wesleyans who migrated to Queensland in 1854.

If you can help with any of these please get in touch with the web team and we will forward your message.

Nene Valley News - Now in Store!

Since the takeover in April the Nene Valley News has been available weekly from The Red Lion but from 25th October it will also be available from the friendly folk at Glebe Stores.

You can also visit their website at http://www.nenevalleynews.co.uk/.

Just Friends Community Ladies Choir

Just Friends Community Ladies choir meets every Thursday evening in Warmington School from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm for an evening of singing and socialising.

New members are always welcome and a new term the best time to join so come along on Thursday Sept 4th and see what you think!! Contact Jean Fisher on 01832 280401 for more details and see more about the choir here.

Warmington Greetings Card

Local artist Rosemary Coates has produced a beautiful illustration of St Mary’s, Warmington which is now available as a greetings card. It is suitable for Birthday, Wedding Anniversary, Congratulations, Thank You, Thinking of You, etc.

All money raised goes to the Church. A single card costs £1.40 but you can buy ten for £10. The cards are available in the church, which is open every day. If you are unable to get to the church, please contact Kathryn and she will arrange to bring/post to you.

Kathryn Baird - Telephone 01832 280249 - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Warmington Table Tennis Club

Warmington Table Tennis Club is restarting on Wednesday 17th September, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.

All new members are welcome, and all equipment is provided. £2 per session.

Contact Dave Fisher (01832 280401) or Allan Strange (01832 280905)

Northampton ACRE - Bulk Oil Scheme

Northamptonshire ACRE is expanding the Bulk Oil scheme and is now offering LPG in cylinders and for bulk tanks. Current prices are:

  • 13kg Butane: £26.75
  • 19kg Propane: £29.00
  • 47kg Propane: £59.75

All prices include VAT and delivery.

LPG bulk tank supply: A 2 year deal, price fixed for 9 months at 41ppl.

There is no additional cost to ordering LPG, it is covered under the oil membership.

Here at Northants ACRE we use 47kg cylinders and just by switching suppliers with the help of our Energy Consultants we have saved over £10 a cylinder. We are also looking to install a bulk tank to secure further savings. If you would like to do the same or would like more information on this and ordering LPG, please give me a call on 01604 825 892, Will Dallimore (Rural Officer).
Oil and LPG Membership Form
Individual Oil Ordering Form
Summer is also the time to buy Oil with the price being at its lowest over the next couple of months, it certainly is the time to fill up. Currently, The price of heating OIL is around 15% lower than it was this month last year and two months ago it was 25% below the equivalent 2013 price.

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