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Northampton is a large market town and local government district in the East Midlands region of England. It is about 67 miles (108 km) north-west of London and lies on the River Nene. It is the county town of Northamptonshire.  The district's population is approximately 200,100 and the town population is around 189,000.


Northampton is near junctions 15, 15a and 16 of the M1 London to North Yorkshire motorway. The A45 and A43 can be accessed by a ring road. The A14 is close by to the north. Northampton railway station is on the Northampton Loop of the West Coast Main Line, and has regular services to London and Birmingham provided by London Midland. Virgin Trains also provide some services to London and the north.  Sywell Aerodrome is the nearest airfield but only has a grass runway. A concrete runway for jet aircraft was due to open mid 2009. For international links, East Midlands Airport and Luton Airport are quickly accessible by the M1; Birmingham International Airport via the M1/M6 and also by train.


Until 2004 the county operated a three-tier system involving lower, middle and upper schools. In 2001 the move to a two-tier system began, aiming at improving educational standards. A complete list of primary and secondary schools in the town and surrounding area is available on the County Council website

Primary and Secondary schools

Northampton School for Boys became the top performing comprehensive school in the country in 2007.  For a complete list see the NCC site

University of Northampton

Formerly known as Nene College of Higher Education and then University College Northampton the University received full university status in 2005