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Minuteman Press Northampton is your local printing and copying centre. We are locally based in Northampton and service the communities of Northampton, Moulton, Harpole, Upton, Earls and Barton. We specialize in full colour printing and copying services as well as graphic design and finishing services. We can also produce high quality colour copies and digital prints. And don't forget to ask about our mailing and direct mail marketing capabilities.
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Northampton College has opened a new facility in Daventry with hopes that it will provide a spring-board for students to enter the working world industry-ready.
The employees of an organisation dedicated to managing the housing services for Northampton Borough Council are celebrating the end of a successful campaign to raise money for Cynthia Spencer Hospice.
A train for children that was one of the most popular attractions at a park in Northampton is all set to return in the new year having been shut down due to vandalism eight years ago.
One of the most beloved pubs in Northampton has been taken over by new owners, and the man now responsible for the bar has assured people that everything will remain the same.
Dance enthusiasts in Northampton are preparing to showcase their talents and the annual dance event, Strictly Northampton, which takes place next month.
It has been confirmed that major home office and fitted bedroom furniture provider, Sharps will be moving into a vacant unit situated in the centre of Northampton.
A young woman who studied film at the University of Northampton has become the very first recipient of the Errol Flynn Filmhouse Award for Achievement in Film and Screen Studies.
Two separate sets of plans for redeveloping the site in Northampton that used to be home to the Greyfriars bus station have now been made available to the general public.
An acclaimed writer based in the Northampton area has published his latest book, which examines the rock scene in the town, focusing primarily on the 1980s period.
Northampton College is set to play host to a skills festival later this year, offering a range of different classes and activities, and a former reality television star will be among those involved.
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