Northamptonshire (/ nɔːˈθæmptənʃɪə, - ʃə /; abbreviated Northants.), archaically known as the County of Northampton, is a county in the East Midlands of England. In 2015 it had a population of 723,000. The county is administered by Northamptonshire County Council and by seven non-metropolitan district councils.
Northamptonshire (abbreviated Northants or N'hants) is a county in central England with a population of 629,676 (2001 census).
Northamptonshire (/ [unsupported input] n ɔːr ˈ θ æ m p t ən ʃ ər / or / n ɔːr θ ˈ h æ m p t ən ʃ ɪər /; airchaically, the Coonty o Northampton; abbreviated Northants.) is a landlockit ceremonial coonty in the East Midlands region o Ingland.
Northampton has been used as a location for television, film and theatre. Northampton Castle is featured in William Shakespeare's history play King John and in Becket, a play by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. The town was the location for the BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances from 1990 until 1995.
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Barnwell is a village in the district of East Northamptonshire in England, 2 miles south of the town of Oundle, 78 miles north of London and 14 miles south-west of Peterborough. The River Nene runs north of the village separating it from Oundle.
The 2001 census showed there were 362 people living in the village, 171 male, 191 female, with average age 40.54 years in 150 households. The population shown at the 2011 census was 369.
The village has its own Parish Council and is part of East Northamptonshire District Council, where it is in Barnwell Ward, and Northamptonshire County Council where it is in Thrapston division. Barnwell is part of the parliamentary Constituency of Corby.
The village has two Church of England churches reflecting the fact that the village is formed from two separate ones. St Andrew's is externally mostly 13th century including a tower. There are monuments to Christopher Freeman and Rev Nicholas Latham. All Saints' is also 13th century but only the chancel remains after the rest was demolished in 1825 and that retains the Montagu monuments: Henry Montagu, Dame Letice Montagu. South-east of the church are Latham's Almshouses. Barnwell railway statio
Like many similar areas on the River Nene, the Barnwell Country Park was developed from abandoned sand and gravel workings on the flood plain of the river just south of Oundle in the part of the area known as Rockingham Forest. The park is bounded on the north-west and south-west
Barnwell Castle is in the northern part of the village and believed to have been built around 1266. It is described as 'the first example in Britain of the most monumental type of castle architecture. The site is private property but can be seen from the road.
Barnwell Manor is the historic former home of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and is part of the Barnwell Castle Estate. The manor was granted to the Montagu family in 1540 by King Henry VIII. In 1938 Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, bought the house and estate and the family
Northamptonshire Geografia Postavenie: ceremoniálne & nemetropolitné grófstvo tradičné grófstvo: Región: East Midlands: Rozloha: - Celkovo - Rozloha správnej jednotky: 24. miesto 2 364 km² 22. miesto Administratívne stredisko: Northampton: ISO 3166-2: GB-NTH Kód ONS: 34 NUTS 3: UKF23 Demografia Počet obyvateľov: - Celkovo (2003 odh ...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with Watford, Hertfordshire. Watford is a village and civil parish in the Daventry district of the county of Northamptonshire in England. At the time of the 2001 census, the parish's population was 224 people, including Murcott and increasing to 320 at the 2011 Census.