Corby votes and things to do this weekend!

Well what a week it has been… lots has happened across the country. Did you head to the polls yesterday? Corby re-elected Tom Pursglove after a close campaign, beating Labour’s Beth Miller 29,534 to 26,884.

But maybe you feel like you need to get away from the news this weekend and that’s no problem, we’ve got you covered! – Come along to some of the upcoming events in June:

Al Murray – The Theatre, Corby Cube – Friday 9th June – Publican. Politician. Other thing beginning with P. Philosopher, yeah, that. The nation’s critically acclaimed bar-based-brave heart, Al Murray – The Pub Landlord embarks on a common sense campaign to re-Great Britain in his brand new show.

Corby Lions Fun day – Sunday 11th June – Corby Lions has invited Mad2Perform to perform at their Fundraiser for Help for Heroes. Come along to East Carlton Country Park to get involved in a great day out!

South Leicester  MG club ratae run – 11th June  –  By popular demand, South Leicester MG Club will be returning to Rockingham Castle for their annual Charity Ratae Run. All Marques of Classic Cars are welcome

In addition to that in the coming week we also have:

British racing and sports car club – 17th June – THE British Racing & Sports Car Club (BRSCC) brings a packed schedule of racing to Rockingham on June 17/18 with 19 races from 10 different championships on the 2.05-mile International Super Sports car Long Circuit

Corby Rotary Club: Young Brass 2000 – 17th June – Formed in 1989, with members ranging in age from nine to 19, Youth Brass 2000 are the highest ranking youth band in the UK. They are the current British Open Champions, National Champion Youth Band of Great Britain in the Premier Section, winners of the music section in The National Entertainment Championships of Great Britain 2017, and BBC Radio 2 Youth Band of the Year. They’re playing The Core at Corby Cube!

Don’t forget to visit our ‘I love it here because…’ page; which was recently opened for the people of Oakley Vale. It includes local residents of Oakley Vale and what they love about the area. Some of those featured are Peter Kirkbride – Associate Principal at Brooke Weston Academy and Paul Marlow – Lead Fundraiser for the Lakeland Hospice.

Also visit our Photo of the Month page as well, where you can submit your photos of Oakley Vale. Some photos submitted so far include shimmering sunsets and little lambs in Oakley Park! If you win you will get your photo as the cover photo on Oakley Vale’s social media networks for the month!

So come down and join us for some very entertaining events coming up and if you would like some more information about these events, or to have your own events listed, please contact:

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