Earls Barton is the biggest village along Northamptonshire's River Nene and offers an array of facilities including a butchers, a Co-op, two pubs and a micro brewery, Indian restaurant, takeaways, as well as David Jeyes, the award winning pharmacy and home of the fascinating little Earls Barton museum, gift shop, dolly lodge and coffee shop. 

There are several hairdressers and beauty salons, two doctors surgeries, an optician and private dentist, the well known Barkers factory shop, a popular vintage shop, as well as a Post Office, library and newsagents. Not forgetting our four legged friends there is even a dog grooming salon too! The village even boasts its own free monthly magazine Barton Today, to keep you up to date with all the numerous activities that go on in this lively community.

Also close by is White's Nurseries which has a fabulous selection of fresh fruit, vegetables and other perishable goods. During the Summer, White's hosts regular Sunday car boot sales, a monthly Classic Car meet, and at the end of the Summer their annual  Steam rally. In the Autumn there is the very scary Dr Frights event just in time for Hallowe’en.

Forthcoming car boot sales:

30th July, 6th August, 13th August, 10th September, 17th September - Gates open at 7am.

Also at Whites is the Midland History Festival on 2nd & 3rd September - check out www.midfest.co.uk

Award winning vineyard - New Lodge Vineyard at Earls Barton is definitely worth a visit , it is open each Saturday and is hosting an open day in September.  We love New Lodge and can not recommend it enough.