Corby Old Village and the families that shaped it exhibition

Corby Old Village and the families that shaped it exhibition


Corby is an ancient village mentioned in the Domesday book, one of its most surprising features in its long history is the continued occupancy of long established families that can trace their history and links to Corby in some cases over 600 years. Names such as Rowlett, Lattimer, Ironmonger, Dixon, still residing in the village, this is more remarkable in a time when many villages are seeing local names disappear from their census lists. This exhibition explores these fascinating old Corby families. 
Opening times: Monday to Friday 1 to 4pm and Saturday 11am to 2pm. 
Closed Bank Holidays. 
For more information contact Billy Dalziel on 01536 464284 or 07500 066319, email billy.dalziel@corby.gov.uk
Corby Old Village and the families that shaped it exhibition