Rothwell Town Council

Serving the people of Rothwell

Clerk: Mrs Philippa Page
Market House, Market Hill
Rothwell, Northamptonshire
NN14 6BW

Tel: 01536 713252

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The ridge on which present day Rothwell stands, overlooking the gentle Ise Valley, has witnessed the comings and goings of successive generations. By the Middle Ages, Rothwell or "Rowell" as it is known locally, was already a town of importance, dominating the then lesser settlement of Kettering (a state of affairs which persisted until the arrival of the railway at the latter). A charter, granted by King John in AD 1204 permitting a weekly market and annual fair, confirmed the trade. Both market and fair, called "Rowell Fair", takes place on Market Hill during the week following Trinity Sunday. The Fair is a very festive occasion with stalls and entertainment attracting visitors from far and wide. Early risers can hear the traditional Proclamation read by the Town's Bailiff at 6.00am outside the Parish Church on Trinity Monday.

Today, Rothwell is a bustling town of character with some 7,500 inhabitants. There are many active societies and clubs, a community centre and public library. Concerts are held from time to time in Holy Trinity Church, when audiences are entertained by a variety of musical talents and the church's renowned acoustics come into their own.

Latest News

School Governor Vacancies

School Governor Vacancies

School Governor Vacancies

Posted: Mon, 12 Nov 2018 15:05 by Town Clerk

Armed Incident In Rothwell And Arrest Of Peter Campbell

Armed Incident In Rothwell And Arrest Of Peter Campbell

There has been concern expressed in the Rothwell community regarding an incident on Gordon Street, Rothwell that occurred on Saturday evening where armed police attended. I want to take this moment to reassure the residents of Rothwell that there is no further reason to be alarmed as a result of the incident on Saturday. Contrary to reports on social media there was no 'gun fire' and any noises that may have been heard would have been as a result of entry by police into the property. More »

We can confirm that Peter Campbell, aged 30 and from the Corby area, has been charged with the Attempted murder of a male at the ESSO SERVICE STATION, OAKLEY ROAD, CORBY and possession of a bladed article which occurred on 5th November 2018.

He will be taken to Northampton Magistrates Court on the 12th November 2018 to seek a remand in prison.

A team of detectives has been working with departments and specialist officers across the force to investigate this extremely violent incident, to locate and arrest him swiftly. » Less

Posted: Mon, 12 Nov 2018 14:19 by Town Clerk

New Locally Identified Priorities Survey

New Locally Identified Priorities Survey

In order to tackle local policing concerns we want to know what matters most to you in the area where you live and work. You can help shape local priorities by answering a few questions regarding your area. Please note this is a new link and any previous links should not be used and/ or changed on any website or forum to this.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LocallyIdentifiedPriorities

I encourage you all to share this link to any friends or on any social media groups you follow to get the best indication of what matters to the residents in the Kettering and Corby area.

Posted: Mon, 12 Nov 2018 14:18 by Town Clerk