Rothersthorpe is a small village of medieval origin
Rothersthorpe is a small village of medieval origin in England in South Northamptonshire. The village is part of the Daventry constituency in the area of South Northamptonshire District Council, has a mixed Church of England, the church and primary school is bisected by an ancient Drovers's road by the Banbury Lane. The Berry ringworks are medieval fortifications are situated between the junction of North Street. The site is shaped irregularly on west sides and the north with a wide ditch. The Northampton Arm of the Grand Union Canal built in 1815 passes.
Safety reasons following projected per hour speed increases to 125 miles.
Archbishop of Canterbury is principal leader and the senior bishop, a also president of Churches