Clues To Go   -    Kettering to Oundle

There are no questions to be answered in Kettering, but it makes a good starting point for this route. You drive through the rolling countryside of the Rockingham Forest (not a woodland, but an ancient hunting ground)

The route concludes with questions to be answered on foot in the town centre of Oundle, a well preserved community dominated by a famous public school. As you approach the town both long & short stay car parks are signposted.

Geddington is famous for its Eleanor Cross (one of 12 erected by King Edward I to mark the route the body of his wife Eleanor of Castile was taken on from Lincoln to London in 1290). In other villages there are memorials to knight crusaders, ancient village crosses &  greens & memorials to recent 20th century allies.

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