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Oundle, Peterborough PE8 4BQ

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Emily Hannan

Sarah Donner
Senior Sales Consultant

Angela Young
Sales Consultant

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Sarah Wylie
Senior Lettings Consultant

Georgia Timson
Lettings Negotiator

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Evelyn Eden
Maintenance Co-Ordinator

Thrapston Area Guide

What’s Thrapston Like?

Thrapston is a small market town with a population of 6,900 residents who enjoy being surrounded by the wonderful Northamptonshire countryside with lakes and the River Nene on its doorstep, but also the convenience of the handy road links with the A14 & A605 accessing Cambridge, Peterborough and the M1 motorway. Nearby train stations, such as Huntingdon take you to London Kings Cross in 50 minutes. A number of airports including Stansted, Birmingham, East Midlands are  within easy reach.

The town boasts an excellent Primary School and Nursery facilities as well as the Nene Centre – a modern leisure centre with a gym, swimming pool and fitness classes. In addition to the tennis club and sports club for football, cricket and rugby players, there is an outside gym, basketball court, skate park. The Middle Nene Sailing Club offers competitions and social events and shares the land with the local nature reserve, perfect for walks. There is also a library in the town, and many independent shops and coffee shops that keep the town bustling with activity. A weekly market is to be found in the High Street on a Tuesday and a Farmers Market with a large range of local produce is one Saturday a month. Dining out is also catered for in Thrapston with many pubs serving food, an award winning Indian restaurant, plus The Bridge Hotel which was recently taken over by the Marco Pierre White group.

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6 Crown Court, Market Place, Oundle, Peterborough PE8 4BQ


Thrapston was once a town of two mainline train stations, one of these station sites forms part of three brand new residential developments that are adding to the growth of the town. The High Street and Chancery Lane has many historic buildings, also Huntingdon Road where the original County Court House and Police Station is now a public house. There is a variety of homes in the locality from 1930s semi’s to Victorian terraces and family friendly new builds.

Surrounding Areas

Thrapston is also within easy reach of some of the prettiest villages that Northamptonshire has to offer. Historic Denford sits on the river Nene and is a haven for those enjoying all kinds of river water activities from fishing to canoeing. Over the Nine Arches Bridge in Thrapston, takes you to the village of Islip with its popular pub and village amenities. Titchmarsh is one mile to the east and is a sought after village due to its highly rated primary school, excellent pub and community events. Thrapston and the surrounding villages enjoy the beautiful countryside in this hidden gem of a county.

Getting to Grips

For those seeking more retail options and leisure facilities, the Rushden Lakes complex is 15 minute’s drive away and has everything from cinemas, eateries and shops galore, all built around the lakes for a unique experience of recreation.

The local residents are friendly and young families mix well with retirees and young professionals alike. The town has many events throughout the year to showcase its community spirit. The Charter Fair in June, to mark the anniversary of the market charter granted to the town is well worth a visit, as is the Party in Park which is a musical event in Thrapston’s Peace Park.

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