Northampton Alive Exhibition at Queen’s Jubilee Picnic
The exciting plans for the future of Northampton will be exhibited at Burghley House in Stamford on Wednesday 13th June, where up to 10,000 people are expected to have a picnic with Her Majesty the Queen as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The Northampton Alive exhibition provides information about progress on the key developments taking place in the town, including the Grosvenor/Greyfriars development; Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone; Castle Station, St John’s and Avon Nunn Mills. In April, around 1,500 people visited ‘Northampton Alive’ at The Guildhall and spoke to the Leader, Cabinet members and regeneration experts from Northampton Borough Council and West Northamptonshire Development Corporation about the future of the town.
Guests from all four surrounding counties will be invited to attend the picnic and exhibitions in the grounds of the house. For security reasons the House will remain closed to the public until 12.30pm. After this time, the House and Gardens will open as usual and there will be full public access to the Northampton Alive exhibit.