Over 700 new trees have been planted in phase one at Houlton including two of Europe’s largest available Willow trees and native Warwickshire fruit trees. Read more on the landscaping and ecology work.
We have named our new development Houlton. Rooted in history, it is named after the town in Maine, USA, where the very first transatlantic voice transmission was received in 1927. This was sent from Rugby Radio Station. Read more on the fascinating history of RadioStation Rugby.
The Barn at Dollman Farm is now open to make a booking for your community group or club. Contact Lina for more information - firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch YouTube video of Davidson’s Dollman Meadow development at Houlton here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FaU8w8-Pzo&t=8s
The History of Rugby Radio Station by Malcolm Hancock is now available to purchase at Hunts Book Store, Rugby Tourist Information Centre and The Tuning Fork. All proceeds are donated to the Air Ambulance.
The Tuning Fork at Dollman Farm is now open – come down and try the delicious menu!
The Tuning Fork held special ‘sneak preview’ events on 13th and 14th March for the Tuning Fork database. To sign-up database and hear about upcoming events visit The Tuning Fork website
Davidson’s Homes are now selling homes at Houlton. Their sales centre is open Thursday – Monday each week at Dollman Farm.
We have two more house builders starting in June – Morris Homes and Crest Nicholson. They should be selling homes by the end of summer this year.
The Beacons at Houlton is the new development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes being built by Morris Homes. To register your interest with them visit morrishomes.co.uk
We begin constructing the link road from Houlton to Butlers Leap in July. Look out for dates for a roadshow in Clifton upon Dunsmore during June.
We’ve raised over £2000 for the Northamptonshire and Warwickshire Air Ambulance through the sale of Malcolm Hancock’s book The History of Rugby Radio Station. Buy it online at www.rugbyradiostation.co.uk/the-history-of-rugby-radio-station/
A drop-in information event about the new Houlton Link Road is being held at the Townsend Memorial Hall in Clifton on Wednesday 5 July from 4-7pm. Read more here - http://www.houltonrugby.co.uk/news-events/information-event-signals-the-start-of-houlton-s-new-link-road
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