Around the village

Use this page to find out more about the village and its facilities.

The map below shows the main public places. You can zoom in and out for more or less detail. Click on the links below the map for more information.

Click on this symbol crossagainst an item for a fullscreen map of it’s location!

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 Walks around Holcot

Click here for Northamptonshire County Council’s rights of way map

Village walks map March 2013

This circuit route uses footpaths wherever possible but please take care at all times and particularly when using road sections, some of which are narrow and without pavements.

Pram and pushchair access is restricted along the Jitty.  Beware of the uneven surface.  An alternative route is marked in red (pass the White Swan Inn, then walk along Walgrave Rd and turn right into Poplars Lane to rejoin the walk at the eastern end of the Jitty).

Start wherever is most convenient to you but we particularly recommend a visit to the Church, and to the ‘Information Centre’ which is in a converted red phone box on Main Street near the Church.  These are both normally open during daylight hours.

We  also recommend detours to visit the White Swan Inn where lunches are served every day, and the Washbrook which is an interesting nature reserve, wildlife area and home to a number of ducks.

There is a designated Foot & Cycle Track which links Holcot to the extensive amenities of Pitsford Water (more details on this website, page .

The village War Memorial is located at the junction of Back Lane and Moulton Road.  For more background, please follow this link:

We hope that you have enjoyed your leisurely amble around our village

Walks around the County: Walking in Northamptonshire has loads of walks to download and print, free, it also has books of walks, details of all the walking groups in the county and much more. Whether you want to walk on your own or with a group all the information is there in one place.

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