South Northamptonshire

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Office for National Statistics: Bradden CP: Parish headcounts . Retrieved 7 November 2009 (191 estimate in 2010). northwest of the market town


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, Oxfordshire. An additional arm near its foot reaches north through the large village of Chipping Warden to Upper Boddington. Soil and geology Land is taken up with for the most part with arable agriculture peppered by villages, however allows space for two towns of significant size. Supporting this National Soil Resources Institute - Cranfield University is a regular interspersion of two high fertility types of soil for most


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, Oxfordshire. An additional arm near its foot reaches north through the large village of Chipping Warden to Upper Boddington. Soil and geology Land is taken up with for the most part with arable agriculture peppered by villages, however allows space for two towns of significant size. Supporting this National Soil Resources Institute - Cranfield University is a regular interspersion of two high fertility types of soil for most


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parish in the South Northamptonshire district of Northamptonshire, England. The West Coast Main Line, from London Euston (Euston railway station) to Manchester and Scotland, runs alongside the village partly hidden and partly on an embankment. The Grand Union Canal passes through the village and the north portal of the Blisworth tunnel is near Stoke Road.left thumb 265px Robert Stephenson (Image:Stephenson Bridge Blisworth England.JPG)'s original

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Whittlewood Forest occupies a modest area for a forest and is broken up by fields (in the southern arm close to Milton Keynes which reaches to the Great Ouse (River Great Ouse)) and this surrounds Whittlebury, the fields south of the upland village of Paulerspury on straight, Roman Watling Street which passes through the forest. This lies between Silverstone and Potterspury (also with a conservation area on Watling Street) or equally between Deanshanger

from Northampton. Historically a market town based on the wool and lace trade, it was built on the intersecting trade routes between London, Birmingham and the English Midlands and between Cambridge and Oxford. Brackley has connections with Formula 1 as it is close to Silverstone (Silverstone Circuit) and home to Mercedes GP (Mercedes-Benz in Formula One). - 263 South Northamptonshire 88,800

Northamptonshire - - 65 South Northamptonshire 634.02 District Northamptonshire - '''Croughton''' is a small village in the South Northamptonshire district of Northamptonshire, England. It is close to the border with Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire and is six kilometres southwest of the town of Brackley. Along with Aynho it is one of the county's two southernmost villages. '''Stoke Bruerne''' is a small village and civil parishes in England civil


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and Towcester. Demography and human geography With just over 79,293 people in 2000 and 91,000 in 2008, a 14.8% increase.


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with the villages of Gayton (Gayton, Northamptonshire), Rothersthorpe, Harpole and Kislingbury which elects two members. The Northamptonshire County Council division has one member (Conservative (Conservative Party (UK))). '''Hartwell''' is a village and civil parish in South (South Northamptonshire) Northamptonshire, bordering Buckinghamshire. The village is next to Salcey Forest and the M1 motorway. It is


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to the east, it is one of the two southernmost villages in Northamptonshire, and thus is oftern

Malsor civil parish is , stretching from north of the M1 motorway at junction 15, south to the West Coast Main Line, east to the A508 road, and west to the A43 road. Parish map thumb right War Memorial and Village Hall (behind) in snow on 29 January 2004 (Image:Village in Snow (25).jpg) The village has a Parish Council with nine members elected every

four years (next election 2015). The Parish Council area extends to include the M1 in the north between junctions 15 and 15a; to the east the A508 Northampton to Milton Keynes main road; to the south part of the West Coast Main Line and to the west the A43 (A43 road) Northampton-Oxford trunk road. The local district council is that of South Northamptonshire where Milton is in Harpole and Grange ward (Wards of the United Kingdom) together


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of Northamptonshire is served by the BBC's East (BBC East) region which is based in Norwich. The regional news television programme, '''BBC Look East''', provides local news across the East of England, Milton Keynes and most of Northamptonshire. An opt-out in ''Look East'' covers the west part of the region only, broadcast from Cambridge. This area also is covered by the BBC's '''The Politics Show: East (The Politics Show)''' and ''' Inside Out (BBC TV series) Inside

South Northamptonshire

'''South Northamptonshire''' is a district (Non-metropolitan district) in Northamptonshire, England. Its council is based in the town of Towcester, first established as a settlement in Roman Britain.

The largest town in the district is Brackley, which has a population of 14,000 in 2008 followed by Towcester which has a population of nearly 10,000. Other significant settlements in size include Deanshanger, Bugbrooke, Roade, King's Sutton, Silverstone and Middleton Cheney. Many of the villages listed have populations exceeding 1000.

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