Welcome to Harringworth & Shotley
    View down the valley to the Viaduct
    River Welland

    Coronavirus Alert

    The Parish Council is now in a position to offer support through our Harringworth volunteers.
    Should you require any assistance during these difficult times, particularly if you are self-isolating, please do not hesitate to give Ges Dolman or Nicola Wright, a call and they will arrange help for you.

    Here is a list of services on offer:

    • shopping
    • collection of prescriptions or medication
    • dog walking
    • general advice
    • lending library

    A lending library of books, DVDs, jigsaws and games is set up in the Church porch and you are welcome to borrow at any time. There are some excellent games for children and many are brand new. Donations can be left in the porch and there is a box to return loaned items. Do ask if you would like someone to collect on your behalf.

    In the meantime, if you have any questions or need any assistance, do please call:

    Ges or Bev Dolman: 01572 747385 (h) 07968 414959 (m)

    Nicola Wright:  01572 747935 (h) 07970 107457 (m)

    Welcome to Harringworth & Shotley

    Harringworth is a small village in north east Northamptonshire, three miles from Uppingham, 10 miles from Oakham and 11 miles from Stamford. It lies in the valley of the River Welland close to the border with Rutland and is overlooked by the Harringworth Railway Viaduct. This is the longest brick built viaduct in the UK. The railway line and viaduct are very popular with steam train and heritage enthusiasts and the village is also a popular destination for walkers, campers and cyclists.

    Harringworth & Shotley has a thriving community spirit with many social, special interest and fund raising activities. The church, village hall, local clubs and riding stables are at the heart of the community.
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