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Animals Rescued As Flood Warnings Continue

The Environment Agency says Wellingborough has escaped serious flooding, although flood warnings remain in place in Northamptonshire and animals are rescued from flooded fields. Stuart talks to David Haynes, the Environmental Protection Manager for the Borough Council of Wellingborough, and to RSPCA officer Michelle McNab, while reporter Tom Percival meets Roy Marriott, who runs Animals In Need in Irchester.


* With threatened cuts of 50% to funding for Womens Aid, reporter Willy Gilder talks to a victim of physical domestic abuse

* A Rushden head teacher responds to the new Ofsted inspection regime

* A training scheme for new health visitors in Corby & Kettering

* Pupils at a Kettering school for children with learning disabilities are running shops

* The Northampton man who found love on a round the world cycle ride

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3 hours

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Tue 27 Nov 2012 06:00

World War One At Home

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Discover incredible stories about life in Northamptonshire during WW1