What’s On

For regular exercise classes, see the ‘Clubs & Groups‘ page


Church services


The Spread Eagle pub – regular events
Quiz night every Thursday from 8pm for teams of up to 5 people with cash and drinks prizes.
Live music on the first Saturday of every month
Karaoke/disco on the last Saturday of the month, 8pm to late.


Cottingham Neighbouhood Plan, Mon 17 June, Village Hall Annex, 7pm
Theme Groups will be the  focus of the evening, concentrating on specific issues contributing to the overall plan. Even if you couldn’t get to the ‘Drop In’ event on 11 May, you’ll be made most welcome. More…


Nazz Spice, First Anniversary celebrations, Sunday 23 June
The Nazz Spice restaurant in Middleton will be celebrating its first anniversary with an outside event in the beer garden. There’ll be a DJ and entertainment, a barbecue and all you can eat buffet, a prosecco and gin bar plus 2-for-1 on spirits, cocktails and wines. Tickets are £15 each. Contact the restaurant on 771119. Please note this event has been moved from Saturday 22 June.


Village Summer Fete, Sat 6 July, 12 noon to 4pm
By popular demand, the Cottingham and Middleton Summer Fete is back! The majority of the proceeds from this year’s event will go to the new hall project, The Mill.
More…


Village walkabout, Wed 18 September, 2pm to 3pm
Villagers are invited to join Corby Borough Council’s Neighbourhood Wardens Karen Millsop and Brian Houston for a walkabout in the centre and bottom half of Cottingham. The idea is to take a look around the area and identify any concerns or issues that need addressing. Meet at the Village Store and Cafe at 2pm.


Village Charity Quiz, Village Hall Annex, Sat 19 October
Ant Licquorish’s charity quiz. Charity to be announced and more details to follow.


Village walkabout, Wed 18 December, 2pm to 3pm
Villagers are invited to join Corby Borough Council’s Neighbourhood Wardens Karen Millsop and Brian Houston for a walkabout in the top half of Cottingham (Ripley Road/Bancroft etc). The idea is to take a look around the area and identify any concerns or issues that need addressing. Meet on the corner of Ripley and Rockingham Road at 2pm.


 

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