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The Local Area Guide to Living in Oundle

The beautiful market town of Oundle stands beside the ancient River Nene in Northamptonshire and can trace its origins right back to the Iron Age. Today, many historical buildings still stand in Oundle, lending the town a quaint, historical feel. One such building that, unfortunately, failed to stand the test of time was Fotheringhay Castle, which used to stand 3.5miles to the north of the town. Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned, tried and executed at the castle in 1587, and her ghost is now said to haunt Oundle's Talbot Hotel. Thistle now grows on the site where Fotheringhay Castle stood and it is thought that these plants are descendants of those planted by Mary during her time there.

Today, Oundle is home to far less sinister activities than imprisonments and execution. In fact, the World Conker Championships have been held across the River Nene in the tiny village of Ashton since 1965 and manages to attract competitors from as far away as New Zealand and Australia.

Information about the local residents

According to the Census of 2011, there are 5,735 people that call Oundle home - although this figure may have increased slightly since then. Thanks to the quiet and laid-back nature of the town, it shouldn't really come as too much of a surprise that Oundle is a popular place for retirees. In fact, close to 20% of Oundle's population are of a pensionable age. The majority of Oundle's 2,127 households reside in either detached, semi-detached or terraced houses, of which most are owned outright or with a mortgage. The city of Peterborough is a mere 20-minute drive from Oundle, which greatly increases the number of employment opportunities for people living in Oundle.

Nearby schools

A number of schools are available for parents to choose from in Oundle. Schools at the primary level include Oundle Church of England Primary School, as well as Laxton Junior School - which is an independent school. Oundle CoE currently has just under 268 pupils enrolled and received a grade of 'Outstanding' when it was last reviewed by educational standards authority, Ofsted, in 2011.

Children between the ages of 9 and 13 will be able to attend Oundle and King's Cliffe Middle School. Oundle and King's Cliffe currently has more than 540 students on its roll. While it performs relatively well on a national level, with 75% of its students achieving Level 4 or above in maths, reading and writing by age 11, the school was cited by Ofsted as 'Requiring improvement'.

Prince William School serves children at the secondary level. There are currently just over 1,000 students enrolled at the school and 44% of students achieve five A*-C grades at GCSE level, which is slightly lower than the national average. Ofsted rated the school as 'requiring improvement'. Also serving students between the ages of 10 and 18 is Oundle School, an independent school that was established in 1556. There are currently 1,012 pupils at Oundle School, the majority of which are boarders.

Getting around

A number of buses provide Oundle residents with transport to surrounding areas. The 23, 24 and X4 buses provide regular services to Thrapston and Peterborough, as well as a number of other settlements en route. There are roughly 1.38 cars per household in Oundle - suggesting most residents rely on personal transport for getting about. The A605 runs past Oundle, connecting the town with Peterborough and the A1(M). Oundle is also easily walkable and it takes a mere 30 minutes to walk the 1.4miles from one end of the town to the other.

Local shops

Oundle's high street provides shoppers with the quintessential English market town experience. Shoppers will find everything from newsagents to butchers and florists here - all of which are housed in beautiful period buildings. For those harder to find items, as well as a wider range of shops, residents can always head to nearby Peterborough. Peterborough's Queensgate Shopping Centre features more than 90 shops, including the likes of H&M, Topshop and Marks and Spencer.

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