Man denies malicious wounding over 2019 incident at plush Northamptonshire wedding venue

Trial date set for next month in Northampton

Thursday, 1st April 2021, 8:30 am
Updated Thursday, 1st April 2021, 8:32 am
Harpal Singh denies malicious wounding and will face trial at Northampton Crown Court next month

A man from east London has denied a charge of malicious wounding following an incident during a wedding party at a plush Northamptonshire hotel in 2019.

Harpal Singh, 31, from Seven Kings, pleaded not guilty when he appeared at Northampton Magistrates' Court in March.

Magistrates remanded Singh on unconditional bail until a trial date, initially set for April 30 in Northampton.

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Police were called to Aynhoe Park, near Brackley, in August 2019 following reports of a man unconscious following an incident at 1am.

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