St Andrew's Church serves a village of approximately 1200 people. It is a well loved and well used building, with a very active congregation.
St Mary & All Saints is one of the finest structures in Northamptonshire. It has much to offer visitors with it's royal connections. The church with its distinctive octagonal lantern tower stands between the River Nene and the Willow Brook and looks out across idyllic countryside.
Mary Queen of Scots was executed at nearby Fotheringhay Castle. Richard III was born in Fotheringhay.
In the mid 18th century the medieval church was radically altered as it took on the mantle of the mausoleum of the Dukes of Montagu of nearby Boughton House.