Place:Wilby, Northamptonshire, England


Located inNorthamptonshire, England
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Wilby is a suburban linear village and civil parish in Northamptonshire and is a part of the Borough of Wellingborough. It is directly south-west of the town of Wellingborough on the former trunk road, the A4500, to the county town of Northampton. At the time of the 2011 census, the parish's population was 624 people.There is no village shop in the village, It is also thought to be made in the Victorian times.

The village is governed by the Wellingborough Borough Council.

Wilby has a Church of England and Voluntary Aided Primary School, a small village faith school built in 1854 with currently fewer than 100 pupils. Its current headteacher is Lisa Pearce.

The village also contains a working men’s club, 2 pubs (1 contains a bed and breakfast hotel), a car garage, a Christian church, a hairdresser, a recreational ground and a pre-school. A housing estate is planned to be built south of the village but nothing has been confirmed.

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