Northampton is a town in England’s East Midlands region. The house at 78 Derngate, remodeled by architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1916–1917, is now a museum. Abington Park Museum has local history and fashion exhibits. Barnes Meadow Nature Reserve has grassland and wetland bird habitats. Sywell Country Park, built around a former reservoir, includes meadows, a playground and a native butterfly garden.
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Northampton City Tour | UK (2019)In this video, we will show you some of places in Northampton City and Northampton City Center. The video was recorded on 14/09/2019.
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The Pinnacle Climbing Centre
Coton Manor Gardens
Castle Ashby Gardens
Royal & Derngate Theatre
Phipps NBC - The Albion Brewery
Pitsford Reservoir - Pitsford Water Park
Finding A £120K Home in Northampton Part One | Location, Location, LocationThe country's choosiest home hunters are looking for just the right spot. They're also hoping hosts and real estate agents Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer will help them secure the right home in their desired area. Nevertheless, sometimes sacrifices are required and the customer isn't always satisfied.
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UON Life | A Day in NorthamptonJosie takes us along for a day in Northampton, including visiting The Platform and the university campus.
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Northampton St Crispin Fair vlog 2018 - October 25thfirst stop of the jolly boys outing was Northampton street fair, Cheap rides and a great selection of machines including SPEED BUZZ the KMG Speed, Confolding group Extreme SPACE and Hebborns stunning Waltzer, We also had a Superbowl, Miami, Twist, Star Flyer
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Northampton is the county town of Northamptonshire in the East Midlands of England. It lies on the River Nene, about 67 miles north-west of London and 50 miles south-east of Birmingham.
Northampton rose to national significance with the establishment of Northampton Castle, which was an occasional royal residence and regularly hosted the Parliament of England. Medieval Northampton had many churches, monasteries and the University of Northampton, which were all enclosed by the town walls. It was granted its first town charter by King Richard I in 1189 and its first mayor was appointed by King John in 1215. The town is also the site of two medieval battles; the Battle of Northampton (1264) and the second in 1460.
Northampton's royal connection languished in the modern period; the town supported Parliament (the Roundheads) in the English Civil War, which culminated in King Charles II ordering the destruction of the town walls and most of the castle. The town also suffered the Great Fire of Northampton (1675) which destroyed most of the town. It was soon rebuilt and grew rapidly with the industrial development of the 18th century. Northampton continued to grow following the creation of the Grand Union Canal and the arrival of the railways in the 19th century, becoming an industrial centre for footwear and leather manufacture.
After the World Wars, Northampton's growth was limited until it was designated as a New Town in 1968, accelerating development in the town. Northampton unsuccessfully applied for unitary status in 1996 and city status in 2000; the town continues to expand with many areas undergoing urban renewal.
Alot to see in ( Northampton - UK ) such as :
Sywell Country Park
Northampton and Lamport Railway
The Canal Museum
Rushton Triangular Lodge
Daventry Country Park
Rushden Transport Museum
Northamptonshire Ironstone Railway Trust
Lyveden New Bield
Barnwell Country Park
Irchester Country Park
Canons Ashby House
Emberton Country Park
The Racecourse, Northampton
National Trust - Canons Ashby
Brixworth Country Park
Fermyn Woods Country Park
Coton Manor Gardens
Rockingham Road Pleasure Park
National Trust - Farnborough Hall
Victoria Park, Northampton
Irthlingborough Lakes and Meadows
Upton Country Park
East Carlton country Park
East Carlton Park
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Northampton, Heroin and the War On DrugsA former undercover police officer returns to the town where he made one of his biggest busts, to see if it made any difference to the supply of drugs. Produced for BBC1's Inside Out East programme.
1930s Northampton, Street Scenes, MidlandsFrom the Kinolibrary Archive Film collections. To order the clip clean and high res or to find out more visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref TA16
1930s Northampton, Street Scenes, Midlands
Following World War I, the shoe industry was increasingly in decline, despite the town's factories supplying over 23 million pairs of boots to the armed forces. A total of 1,700 men from the town were lost of the 6,000 killed from the Northamptonshire Regiment. The town expanded further during the 1920s and saw the erection of Northampton Power Station, which supplied electricity to areas as far away as Wolverton, until its closure in 1975. Much council housing was also built largely to the east, north and south of the town, including Abington, Far Cotton, Kingsley, Kingsthorpe and Dallington – areas which had been incorporated within the borough's boundaries in 1901. However, the population growth slowed down as people moved beyond its boundaries. In 1901, the population had expanded to 90,923; in 1931, the population was 92,341.
After World War II, Northampton vastly changed. In 1959, the M1 motorway was opened to the south-west of the town; in 1968, Northampton was designated a New Town. Both these events and the rail link helped Northampton's growth as a commuter town for London. The Northampton Development Corporation (NDC) was set up in 1968 to substantially redevelop the town in partnership with the local council, spending £205 million to build new housing and industrial estates, initially in Lumbertubs, Moulton Park and Round Spinney to the east, followed by Briar Hill, Camp Hill and East and West Hunsbury in the south of the town, mainly to accommodate the overflow population of new residents from the London area. In the town centre, older buildings were demolished and replaced or redeveloped for other buildings, including the former Greyfriars bus station, the Grosvenor Centre, Peacock Place (now Market Walk), shops, flats and hotels.
Although growth was slower than planned, the population grew from 105,421 in 1961 to 157,217 by 1981, with 15,655 new homes added to the town between 1970 and 1985. The borough boundaries also changed following a split of the Northampton parliamentary constituency into Northampton North and Northampton South in 1974. Northampton was reconstituted as a non-metropolitan district which also covered areas outside the former borough boundaries but inside the designated New Town. The town tried for unitary status during the 1990s UK local government reform, but failed and remains a non-metropolitan district to this day, meaning it relies on a two-tier system of government. On Good Friday 1998, Northampton suffered severe flooding, particularly in the areas of Far Cotton and St James; two people were killed and thousands of homes were affected.
Since the turn of the Millennium, the town has continued to expand. Northampton applied for city status in 2000 and again in 2002, but failed on both occasions and remains a town. In 2006, Northampton became a government expansion zone with new growth promoted by West Northamptonshire Development Corporation (WNDC), an unelected quango, which has provoked a series of regeneration schemes across the town. Some have been completed, including the opening of the Radlands Plaza Skatepark and the development of Becket's Park Marina just south of Northampton's town centre, as well as the improvement of the town's Market Square, the building of the new North Gate bus station, the redevelopment of the railway station and the creation of a Cultural Quarter. Current projects include the improvement of Northampton's waterside, the building of a new Council headquarters, the restoration of Delapré Abbey, the expansion of Northampton Museum, the merging of the university into one new campus in town centre and the renovation of both the Grosvenor Shopping Centre and Weston Favell Centre. In 2015, St Giles Street in the town centre was named the "Best British High Street" in a national competition run by the Department for Communities and Local Government.