Thrapston Living

Thrapston is a small market town nestled along the River Nene between Northampton and Peterborough. Being granted its market charter in 1205, Thrapston has been able to keep hold of its history and many of the residents of the town are extremely proud of the area they live. A town fair takes place each year, a celebration and commemoration to the town getting its market charter. The first Saturday of the month between 9am – 1pm, the local farmers market takes place on Thrapston High Street and is a great place to meet others from the community and purchase goods from the local area.
The lakes in Thrapston are not only beautiful, they provide an excellent supply of walking routes. Whether you want to stroll along the rivers and lakes or sit and watch the world go by, there are many spots of natural beauty. Home to just over 6,000 people, Thrapston is a great place to live as it’s friendly and charming with superb links to local towns and cities.
  • Oundle

    8 miles to Oundle Market Town

  • Peterborough

    21 miles to Peterborough City Centre

  • Northampton

    23 miles to Northampton Town Centre

  • Cambridge

    34 miles to Cambridge City Centre

  • Leicester

    38 miles to Leicester City Centre

  • London (train)

    Kettering or Peterborough to London are both less than 60 minutes

Schools/Nurseries

Whether you’re looking for nurseries or schools, living in Thrapston will allow you access to a number of both. Both primary and junior schools feed in to Prince William secondary school which is located in the historic market town of Oundle (8 miles away). There are also a number of private schools close by, in neighbouring towns such as Oundle, Uppingham and Oakham.

Pubs

There are a number of great pubs found in Thrapston; The Kings Arms, The Masons Arms, The Court House, The Fox Inn and The Bridge Hotel are all located within a ten to fifteen minute walk from Greys Development. Just like many small towns in England, the local pub is a place where the people of Thrapston can meet and socialise.

Nene Centre

The Nene Centre, opened in 2004, is a large leisure centre situated in the centre of Thrapston. There are a number of ways to keep fit at the centre, from the gym and exercise classes to the large 25-metre pool, which also has a starter pool for little ones and non-swimmers.

Fishing & Sailing

Being so close to a number of rivers and lakes, Thrapston is the perfect place if you’re a fan of water sports or fishing. There are also a number of sailing clubs situated in and around the Thrapston area.

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