Grafton Regis

New Event!
Tastes of The Times: Eat Your Way Through Grafton's History!
Friday April 21st, 7pm, Grafton Regis Village Hall.
Sample our history through food from the eleventh to the twentieth century - each course represents an era in Grafton's fascinating history.
The cost is £20 per head, payable in advance.  All profits will be divided between the funnds for the maintenance of the Church and of the Village Hall.
To book, please ring Kathy on 0791 009 2132 or email keith.harry@btinternet.com



Thank you for voting for A Garden for Grafton in Northamptonshire Tesco stores during December.  We will shortly publish the results of the vote in this Bags of Help initiative. 

Live 1000 years in 100 minutes!  The amazing history of Grafton Regis comes to life! A new date has been added!
(further information)

Grafton & World War One - WW1 Request for Information
(further information)

Did you watch the BBC's White Queen?
  Want to know more?  Buy one of our CD's.  (View our history section) 
 If you are visiting Grafton Regis and would like access to the church, could you contact the churchwarden beforehand on 07528 607389 or by e mail (churchwarden@grafton-regis.co.uk)so that we can ensure that the church will be open for you

New book on Grafton Regis - can you help us, please? (Link)



Welcome to the village of Grafton Regis website. 

Grafton Regis is a small but historic village in the south of the county of Northamptonshire, in the East Midlands area of England.  We are located midway between the towns of Milton Keynes to the south and Northampton to the north, and close to the Grand Union Canal.

Although the village is very small, with a population of around 100, we have major historical links.  In the 12th and 13th centuries, Grafton belonged to the Abbey of Grestain in France, and the Woodville family came to live here.  In the 15th century, Elizabeth Woodville, the Queen of Edward IV, was born and was married here.  In the 16th century, Henry VIII spent most of the summers of his reign in Grafton and expanded the manor house into a palace.

The website contains more historical information together with details about life in Grafton Regis today.

                            
                                                           

                                                                                       

                                                                           

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