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NORTHAMPTON GROUP INC
Northampton
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This article is about Northampton in England. For other places of the same name, see Northampton (disambiguation). Northampton | Town, borough and non-metropolitan district | From top left: Skyline of Northampton town centre from Delapre Park; All Saints' Church; Northampton Guildhall; the National Lift Tower; Delapré Abbey; Abington Park; Market Square. | Northampton shown within Northamptonshire | Coordinates: 52°13′49″N 0°53′38″W | Sovereign state | United Kingdom | Constituent country | England | Region | East Midlands | Ceremonial county | Northamptonshire | Admin HQ | Northampton Guildhall | Town charter | 1189 | Incorporated | 1835 | Government | • Type | Non-metropolitan district | • Governing body | Northampton Borough Council | • Leader | David Mackintosh (Con) | • Mayor | John Caswell (Con) | • MPs | Brian Binley (Con)
Michael Ellis (Con)
Andrea Leadsom (Con) | Area | • Total | 31.18 sq mi (80.76 km2) | Population (2011 est.) | • Total | 212,500 (Ranked 73rd) | • Density | 6,810/sq mi (2,631/km2) | • Ethnicity | 84.5% White
6.4% South Asian
5.1% Black
3.2% Mixed Race
0.3% Arab
0.5% Other | Demonym | Northamptonian | Time zone | GMT (UTC0) | • Summer (DST) | BST (UTC+1) | Postcode area | NN1—NN6 | Area code(s) | 01604 | ISO 3166-2 | GB-NTH | ONS code | 34UF (ONS)
E07000154 (GSS) | NUTS 3 | UKF24 | Website | northampton.gov.uk |
Northampton i/nɔrˈθæmptən/ is the county town of Northamptonshire in the East Midlands of England. It lies on the River Nene, about 67 miles (108 km) north-west of London and 50 miles (80 km) south-east of Birmingham. In 2011, it had a population of 212,100.
Archaeological evidence of settlement in the area dates back to the Bronze Age, Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods. During the Middle Ages, the town rose to national…...

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