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Rothersthorpe is situated approximately 3 miles to the south west of Northampton town centre and provides excellent access to the M1 junction 15A approximately 1 mile distant.  Within the village there is a Church of England Church, the Rothersthorpe CE primary school and Public House.  Secondary schooling can be found in the nearby village of Bugbrooke and a wide range of shopping facilities and restaurants at nearby Sixfields approximately 2 miles away.

The Berry ringworks are medieval fortifications built and occupied from the late Anglo-Saxon period to the later 12th century. They are situated between the junction of North Street and Church Street and were small defended areas of buildings surrounded partly or completely by large ditches and earthworks topped by wooden palisades. They are rare nationally. The Berry is the site of a ringwork which stood at the centre of medieval Rothersthorpe. The site is irregularly shaped with a wide ditch on the north and west sides. There are the remains of an inner rampart in the north east corner and southern end. Features in the west of the interior of the works show the locations of former buildings. Remains of ridge and furrow farming are on the eastern side.

Rothersthorpe Church of England Primary School

Church Street
Rothersthorpe
Northampton
Northamptonshire
NN7 3HS

Rothersthorpe Church

The church of ST. PETER AND ST.PAUL consists of chancel, 26 ft. 6 in. by 19 ft. 3 in., with north and south chapels, clerestoried nave, 36 ft. 6 in. by 18 ft., north and south aisles, respectively 10 ft. 9 in. and 12 ft. 3 in. wide, south porch, and west tower 8 ft. 9 in. by 9 ft., all these measurements being internal. The width across nave and aisles is 46 ft. 2 in. The chapels belong structurally to the aisles and overlap the chancel on each side for about half its length. The north chapel is now used as a vestry.

Rothersthorpe Day Nursery

learning environment with modern technology,  Registered and inspected by Ofsted.  Well-qualified and trained staff according to Ofsted Standards.

Open 52 weeks of the year (Closed on all statutory bank holidays).

Registered to take 55 children per session.

We cater for children aged 3 months to 5 years. Early Year Funding for over 3 years available.

Compliant with "The Early Years Foundation Stage".

Regular informative parents evenings.

Breakfast, after school and a holiday club for children aged 4-11 years available

Healthy nutritious meals freshly prepared in our own kitchen. All dietary requirements are met.

Canal

The Northampton Canal Arm's towpath is in an excellent condition throughout the entire - easy to both walk and cycle on and good enough for a comfortable wander along using for instance a pushchair. There is a thriving community of ducks (fat ducks of course) plus moorhens, coot etc. living their lives happily all along the canal's route - also lots of reeds, trees and other foliage to be enjoyed - making a walk really enjoyable.