Kilsby, United Kingdom

Visiting historic landmarks and famous buildings is the best way to discover city. Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal, Kilsby and Crick railway station, Barby Nortoft are great places to visit in Kilsby while taking sightseeing tour of its streets. Explore things to do in Kilsby by creating your own scenic city walk with Strol. Strol guides to best walks and city tours in cities worldwide!
Kilsby is a village and civil parish in the Daventry district of Northamptonshire, England. It is situated a short distance south of the border with Warwickshire approximately five miles south-east of Rugby. According to the 2001 census Kilsby had a population of 1,221, including Barby Nortoft but decreasing to 1,196 at the 2011 census. The village has grown considerably since the 1960s, with several new housing developments and a degree of in-filling. Amenities include a primary school, two pubs and two churches - Church of England and URC, and a community owned village shop in the car park of one of the pubs. Kilsby's name comes from Anglo-Saxon cildes + old Norse býr, literally meaning "child's dwelling", but "child" here probably means "young nobleman". Its church, St Faith's, may originally have been the daughter chapel of the neighbouring parish of Barby. The parish's eastern side is bounded by the old route of the Roman Watling Street, and the village itself is sited on the crossing... Wikipedia ( Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA 4.0 )
Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal
Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal
Kilsby and Crick railway station
Kilsby and Crick railway station
Barby Nortoft
Barby Nortoft
Discover top 10 things to do in Kilsby
See the best walking tours in Kilsby
Discover cities in United Kingdom with Strol
Explore Kilsby with Strol city tour
Page 1 of 1