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Burt, Maite. Piano Tuition

Tel 01604 743631

Ducklings Pre-School, Creaton.

For more details please ring Emma Connor on 01604 505172 email: website:

East Haddon School of Dance - Children’s classes in ballet, tap and street dance held in Guilsborough & East Haddon

For more information contact Natalie on 07967 811945

Fine Art & Spanish Tuition. Private tuition: one on one or up to 10

Contact: Marise on 07435 967051 or 01788 510572 email:

Flower T Pot Art Classes - Learn to Draw and improve technicques. Held in Guilsborouggh and Nether Heyford

For more information and sign up Tel: Veneeta Rayer 07729 105584     website:

Haywood, Charlotte. Personalised tuition lessons in all subjects for all children from 5 to 13 years of age.

For more information and to discuss your child’s specific needs contact 01604 740350 or 07957 643984

Maggie Jones - Bridge Teacher

Classes held in Creaton & Long Buckby. Tel 01604 505506 email:

Merrick. School of Driving and Towing

Tel 01604 740138

Pitsford School - Pre-School, Junior, Senior and Sixth Form


Rye Hills Farm Day Nursery

Situated on the A428, West Haddon. All enquiries contact Amanda Simpson (Nursery Manager) 01788 510333

Science Tuition available locally by an experienced, qualified teacher.

A level Biology, GCSE Triple Biology, GCSE Double Science (core and additional. Tuition in years 7-9 also available. Call Tina on 07887 854210

Spanish Classes taught by a native speaker. Beginners, intermediate and advanced taught in small groups at East Haddon Cricket Pavilion plus

private tuition is available for GCSE - A Level. Contact: Lucia Salvatierra on 07896 298129 or email


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Local news from the Northamptonshire villages of Cold Ashby,

Cottesbrooke, Creaton, Guilsborough, Hollowell & Teeton and Thornby.

Last updated Monday, May 27, 2024

Copy deadline for the Augst/September printed edition: Mon 1st July