This is the story of what lies beneath the surface of Northampton, England, in the ruins of one of England's most famous buildings, the Great Hall of the Queen.
The county is well located for production and marketing, with a motorway link, the M1, as it crosses the Northamptonshire border into the north - east of England and the south - west of Wales. It has access to major national roads including the Great North Road, Northampton to London and London to Brighton and Hove, as well as a number of local roads.
To allow you to explore the small town of Bugbrooke, Stagecoach Northampton offers a range of regional bus services to and from the remote villages and towns of Northamptonshire and other parts of the county, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. To explore these small towns in and around Bug Brooke and other areas in the north - east of England, many stagecoach trips are offered in North Southampton, with a variety of routes available.
A car rental for a visit to Northampton gives you the opportunity to discover more during your time in England. If you want to visit some of the UK's biggest sporting attractions, Northamptonshire is an ideal base.
The Cobblers play football in League Two and Northampton Saints are a top-flight rugby union team, and Northamptonshire County Cricket Club, also known as Steelbacks, is in Division Two of the County Championship and plays its home games at the County Cricket Ground in North Southampton. All sports in the area are managed by the local Northamshire Football League, which is affiliated with the north-east of neighbouring Cambridgeshire. The sport is watched by a large number of locals and visitors, as well as visitors from other parts of England and abroad.
The county consists of three counties: Northampton North, Northamptonshire South and Southampton South. The northernmost district is Southampton's northernmost constituency, the southernmost is the seat of Parliament in South Southampton, while the rest of the county is in the south.
Besides Northampton, Kettering, Corby, Wellingborough, Rushden and Daventry are other major population centres. There are also a number of small towns and villages in Northamptonshire, sometimes considered to be the "suburbs" of Southampton and sometimes part of the city of Southampton, as well as other towns such as Leyton, St Pancras and St Albans. Milton Keynes, Aylesbury Vale and Bedfordshire are among them, as are some other smaller towns in south-east England and parts of Essex.
If you drive, you will find that Northampton is well connected - across the road with many distribution companies in the city as well as a number of shops and restaurants. There is also a large shopping centre with a variety of restaurants, bars and shops on the way to and from Northamptonshire city centre. Nightlife is quite lively most of the time and clubs and pubs are all over the city of North Southampton - centre, ranging from restaurants and bars to nightclubs and nightclubs such as the Royal Albert Hall and the King's Cross Hotel, to name a few.
The A45 and A43 connect Northampton with other major towns in Northamptonshire and are accessible via a partially completed ring road. Stagecoach X4 runs through north Southampton and is an inner-city link between the counties, running from North Hampshire to Wellingborough, Kettering, Corby, Oundle and Peterborough. In the south of the county it passes a junction west of Brackley and joins the M1 and M40 motorways. Birmingham Airport is located north of the city and International connections are East Midlands Airport and Luton Airport.
Stoke - Bruerne offers a picturesque escape from Northampton and is located north of the city centre, on the northwest corner of Northamptonshire Road. Southampton Station is the only station in the county with direct access to the city centre, and offers services to London to the south and Birmingham to the north, which are offered by London Midland. From 2019, it will serve as a terminus for trains to and from London St Pancras International Airport, London Heathrow Airport and Birmingham City Airport.
The oldest park in Northampton, Abington Park, has peaceful gardens and a lake from which to admire the countryside. Popular parks include the racecourse, the oldest in the city and used for many years as a horse and cricket ground, while the original home of the Northamptonshire Balloon Festival in the early 20th century was the site of a famous balloon festival. Many walks and bike rides across the county are linked to this great country inn and many of these walks are also in and around North Amptionshire as well as in many local pubs and restaurants.
Only two clubs in Northamptonshire compete in the Football League, Northampton Town and the now defunct Rushden & Diamonds. In limited-over cricket, there is the North amptonhire County Cricket Club, known for its limited cricket use and its association with the North Amptionshire Regiment, which was founded in 1881 and is one of the 18 major county clubs that make up the English and Welsh cricket structure. It is also home to two amateur cricket clubs, Southampton County Football Club and Northhampton Town FC.