Fotheringhay is a charming, picturesque village in East Northamptonshire. The 14th century church of St Mary's and All Saints with its octagonal lantern tower has much to offer visitors with its royal connections. Nearby stand the remains of Fotheringhay Castle; the birthplace of Richard III and where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned and later executed. From the top of the mound you can easily imagine the castle that once occupied this site where there is an impressive view of the River Nene.
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Sunday 3rd July
11.00 am - 5.30 pm
A selection of artisan crafts, art, up-cycled gifts, vintage items, food, preserves and much more.
Refreshments tea, cake and strawberries and cream.
Fotheringhay Village Hall
Fotheringhay Village Hall welcomes enquiries for one-off bookings or regular events please see the facilities page for further information.