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Islip

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Islip was recorded in the Domesday Book as Islep and is situated close to the A14 (A1/M1 Link Road) and the A6116 to Corby. Two important houses in the village are Washington House, which dates from the 16th and 17th Centuries and was the home of Dame Mary Washington, great grandmother of George Washington: and Islip House built in the mid to late 18th Century and was the home of Thomas Squire, who played a large part in making the river navigable from Peterborough to Thrapston.

St Nicholas Church, Islip dates from the 14th and 15th Centuries.

The village is close to Thrapston and has access to the town's wide range of facilities. Islip has a village hall, playing fields, and two public houses.

A bus service operates to Kettering, Corby and Peterborough and the village is visited by a variety of mobile services.

Islip is in the primary school catchment for Aldwincle Trinity CE Primary or Thrapston Primary, and the catchment from King John Middle School in Thrapston and Prince William School in Oundle.

     
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