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Images featured this week show:
Estate agents Simpson & Partners, Kettering, celebrating 16 years in business
Kym Wheeler, of Kingsley Drive, Corby, who aims to knit 500 baby hats by Easter for newborn and premature babies at a hospital in Berega, Tanzania
John Darwood, of Wellingborough, who has launched his online business www.connectmygadget.co.uk
The Uniformed Public Services learners who volunteered at Corby’s Bonfire night and Halloween event being thanked by Mayor Judy Caine
The Enigma Code Machine was brought to Latimer Arts College - Tom Briggs from Bletchley Park is pictured showing the device to pupils.
Winter Well-being event in Corby aimed at keeping the elderly safe and well. l-r Josie Deathridge, Alex Abrahams, Megan Coulson with Kye Bishop
“January sale” of discount booze at the Earl of Dalkeith, Kettering
Heigham Freemasons master of the lodge Neil Arrowsmith and wife Catherine with a £5,000 donation to Headway East Northants in Irthlingborough
A photo of the class of 1995 of Park St Junior School published ahead of a reunion being held at the Ock n Dough pub, Wellingborough, on Saturday, January 25
Rushden Community College students made emergency food parcels at Phoenix Resource Centre, Wellingborough. Pictured is Stevie Brett
An £800 donation to the Niamh’s Next Step charity at Wellingborough’s Sainsbury’s with Wellingborough Round Table