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NorthamptonPostcode Map
Northampton Postcode Town Location (UK)
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NorthamptonPOSTCODES

Northampton Outward Postcode (NN)

Click on an outward postal code below for more information about the area.

Each 'outward' postcode give you a comprehensive list of all postcodes within the outward code area (NN) and estimated address.

Click on an 'outward' code for more information. For example, the outward postcode page 'EC2M' will give you an alphabetical list covering all postcodes located in the region, from 'EC2M 1BB' through to 'EC2M 7YA'.

Northamptonshire
Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire is a county in the picturesque Midlands region that offers the quintessentially English combination of small charming villages, timbered cottages and country gardens, as well as winding country lanes breaking up endless fields and meadows. It seems to offer historic sites at every corner, from ancient Saxon churches to stately homes and sprawling country estates. Then again it has always attracted historic events.

The village of Naseby was the site of the Battle of Naseby in 1645 where Fairfax's army won and effectively ended the English Civil War and a monument stands there to this day. William the Conqueror built his royal Rockingham Castle in Northampton, which Henry VIII later gave to Edward Watson, ancestor of the current owner. The castle is essential viewing, mostly Tudor in design with Norman walls and works of art from every century. In addition, the stately homes of Lamport Hall, Canons Ashby House, Coton Manor, Southwick Hall and Althorp (home to the Earl of Spencer) are also found in Northamptonshire.

For those looking for outdoors pursuits, Northamptonshire is still an agricultural landscape and beautiful ancient woodlands such as Rockigham Forest have been the site of hunting by Kings of England for hundreds of years. Similarly there are miles and miles of canals and river ways and large picturesque reservoirs to enjoy sailing, canoeing, swimming and windsurfing.

In addition, Northamptonshire has hundreds of miles of cycle ways, bridal paths and walking trails passing through breathtaking countryside and numerous villages centered around ancient churches. Not for nothing is it known as the County of Squires and Spires. If you fancy seeing these spires without the walking, one delight of Northumberlandshire is the Nene Valley Railway, the UK's best Steam Railway, which takes a 15 mile round trip through the gorgeous Nene Park. Add in the fascinating county town of Northampton and you have a midlands county that is well worth a weekend away.

NorthamptonPOSTCODES

The Northampton postcode region (NN) contains 19 unique 'outward' codes. Northampton is the main postal town/district for this region, with all postcodes starting with the following outward codes.

This page contains a list of postcodes for Northampton area. Select a postcode to see the map location, demographics, house prices, local information, tourist guides and statistics:


Local demographics, guides and information

There's plenty of local information, guides and useful data to browse and explore, whether you're a Northampton resident or a visitor to the area.

Scroll down to discover all you need to know about the Northampton postcode area.

Local AuthoritiesNorthampton

The NN postcode includes the following local authorities:

  • Aylesbury Vale
  • Bedford
  • Cherwell
  • Corby
  • Daventry
  • East Northamptonshire
  • Harborough
  • Kettering
  • Milton Keynes
  • Northampton
  • Rugby
  • South Northamptonshire
  • Stratford-on-Avon
  • Wellingborough

Kettering homeless: Council plans to re-open boarded up hostel

A council says it already has 234 families in temporary accommodation and needs more properties.

BBC News

EMC welcomes transport 'pinch-point' funding - but looks to the bigger picture

East Midlands Councils has welcomed the Government’s announcement of £16 million to address five transport ‘pinch-points’ that impact on parts of the East Midlands – but &hellip

East Mids Councils

HS2: BRING IT ON!

Council Leaders have strongly welcomed today’s announcement confirming the route of the new high speed rail line linking Birmingham with Leeds via the East Midlands – including a Hub Stati&hellip

East Mids Councils

EMC HR Bulletin December 2015

Season’s Greetings from EMC and good wishes for the New Year. A date to note in your 2016 calendar is the Employment Law Update event on 8th March 2016. See our events page for more information &hellip

East Mids Councils

Blind Workshops Pay 2016-18: Final Agreement

Agreement has today (17.5.16) been reached on the rates of pay applicable from 1 April 2016 and 1 April 2017 for employees covered by the NJC for Workshops for the Blind.Details are set out in the &hellip

East Mids Councils

The East Midlands Responds to Sir David Higgins' Report on HS2

The East Midlands Responds to Sir David Higgins’ Report on HS2Cllr Jon Collins, Chair of the East Midlands HS2 Strategic Board, Cllr Anne Western, Vice Chair of the East Midlands HS2 Str&hellip

East Mids Councils

Pay Award 2014

The National Employers have today (20th March 2014) formally responded to the Trade Union Side’s 2014 pay claim. An Employer circular incorporating the letter sent to the trade unions and a copy&hellip

East Mids Councils

Local Government Financial Settlement 2015-16

The provisional Local Government Financial Settlement for 2015-16 was announced on 18 December 2014. East Midlands Councils has produced a summary of the figures covering councils in the region:201&hellip

East Mids Councils

From the Postcode Area blog

Death of the High Street?

Death of the High Street?

The BBC reports that despite councils' attempts to kurb them, the UK's high streets have seen a huge growth in fast food outlets. Could this mark the death knell for the Great British high street, and what can we do about it to halt its decline?

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Discrimination by Postcode

Discrimination by Postcode

You really couldn't make it up, could you? Some of the country's most vulnerable people are missing out on their weekly £25 Cold Weather Payment, just because the system that's in operation is discriminating against them because payments are based on postcode, rather than geographic location.

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The Redesign is Underway

The Redesign is Underway

Well, the current website was absolutely in dire need of a good redesign - from the ground up. So I set out to pull it all apart and get it up and running again to become the most comprehensive guide to every postcode in the UK. And it's been a long, tough job from start to finish - and quite possibly the biggest project I've ever undertaken.

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The Impossible Challenge of Affordability

The Impossible Challenge of Affordability

No wonder the younger generation are getting more and more frustrated with money - new research has revealed that even with a 10% deposit, 25-34 year olds are struggling to afford even the CHEAPEST houses on the market. Is there a solution to the 'impossible challenge'?

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