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Northamptonshire is found in the heart of England, bordering Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.  Tresham's campuses are located in North Northamptonshire's largest towns: Kettering, Corby and Wellingborough. 

 Bridge at Geddington Eleanor Cross at Geddington Village Kettering Town Centre Rooftop view of Kettering Town Centre Wind turbines in a rapeseed field Parish Church in Kettering surrounded by trees

Kettering is just a one-hour direct train journey from St Pancras Station. There are also excellent public transport links between Kettering and the campuses at Corby and Wellingborough as well as the county town, Northampton.

Northamptonshire benefits from the peace, serenity and beautiful countryside you would expect from a rural county as well as from the vibrancy and nightlife of its main towns.  Furthermore, its central location means that you are never too far from the major cities or the east coast.

The Silverstone Circuit hosts the annual British Grand Prix, and is also the base for the College's motorsport courses.  The Rockingham Speedway, another major racetrack, is situated just outside of Corby.

Triangular Lodge and Lyveden New Bield are two fascinating buildings which can be found in the county and were built by one of the county's most famous sons, Sir Thomas Tresham, who lends his name to the college.  Other important buildings within the county include Kirby Hall at Corby and Boughton House.