This week’s Telegraph is on sale now – packed with news, sport, what’s on and much more!
In our main edition, on sale in Kettering, Rushden and Wellingborough, we report on the news that Weetabix is looking to shed jobs, there’s disgust at the discovery of two dead rabbits tied to a bench in Wellingborough, and we’ve got some great pictures of the supermoon seen over Northants at the weekend.
Our Corby edition hears from the developers behind plans for a resource recovery plant in Brookfield Plantation, a cab firm which was put out of action when it was struck by lightning, and from historian Dan Snow when he visited the town as part of the Let’s Stay Together campaign.
We’ve also got a great Frankie and Benny’s money-saving offer, and it’s not too late to vote in the Cafe of the Year competition either!
And as well as news from all the towns in the north of the county, all the regular sections are there – jobs, motors, property, what’s on and sport.