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Welcome to Kettering, a market town in the heart of the East Midlands county of Northamptonshire, famous for its Weetabix and with plenty of things to see and do.

In the town itself, there is a great selection of restaurants and shops and a vibrant nightlife. Fun family activities await at local attractions, including England’s first theme park, Wicksteed Park. The local area also boasts stunning English countryside and quintessential villages to spend peaceful days in.

With exciting career opportunities and plenty of good primary and secondary schools to choose from, Kettering is a brilliant place for both professionals and families to call home.

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Living in Kettering

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Things to do

You won’t be short of things to do in Kettering, with plenty of sights to see, family-friendly activities and attractions on offer.

Wicksteed Park provides a fun family day out and is home to over 30 rides, attractions, and a park. The oldest theme park in the UK, Wicksteed Park is a place where you can thrill-seek, play, explore and shop.

Boughton House is one of Britain’s best-preserved stately homes, its grandeur often causing it to be referred to as the ‘English Versailles’. As well as the House, you can also take a stroll in the beautiful, landscaped gardens, woodlands, and country park.

The Manor House Museum and Alfred East Art Gallery have lots of temporary exhibitions year-round and regular activities which truly show what makes Kettering unique. Explore the history of the region in the museum, which is full of fascinating exhibits including archaeology, natural history, geology, and costumes, for the whole family to enjoy. The Alfred East Gallery has regular new exhibitions featuring local artists, as well as a permanent gallery.


If you’re looking for a bargain or want to indulge in the latest fashion must-haves, you can find everything you need in Kettering. 

The Cultural Quarter is certainly more relaxed than a typical high street, with a true cafe culture and streets of independent shops, where you can pick up locally produced wares including arts and crafts, antiques, and delicacies.

Newlands Shopping Centre and adjacent High Street have all your high street favourites with a mix of large department stores, independent shops and specialty stores meaning there’s something for everyone.

Being a market town, Kettering has markets on Fridays and Saturdays, offering everything from local produce and flowers to accessories and fashion. These markets are held in a fully pedestrianised area making for ease of shopping.


Whether you’re commuting or visiting friends and family elsewhere in the UK and beyond, Kettering is not short of transport options.

Kettering Station offers services to London, Nottingham, and Corby which all link to other major cities in the UK.

Sitting near the AI(M) and M1 means great links to the North and South of the country making travelling by car hassle-free.

For those wanting to travel further afield, Birmingham Airport is less than an hour away by car.


Kettering and its surrounding towns and villages have a great selection of pubs and restaurants offering a wide range of different cuisines, with familiar favourite chains and award-winning independents using locally sourced ingredients.

The pretty villages that surround Kettering offer cosy country pubs with delicious, hearty menus and stunning views across the countryside that have provided the ingredients for your lunch. For casual yet elegant dining, head to the newly emerged restaurants in and around the regenerated Market Place in the town centre.

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