Isham shown within Northamptonshire
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Isham is a village and civil parish in Northamptonshire, England. It is on the A509 road, three miles south of Kettering and a mile to the west of Burton Latimer. The River Ise is to the east of the village. Administratively, it forms part of the borough of Wellingborough. At the time of the 2001 census, the parish's population was 743 people.
Isham Cricket Club, which plays in Division 1 of the Northamptonshire County League, is based on the outskirts of the village between Isham and Orlingbury. Past players have included Stephen Fleming (New Zealand national cricket team captain) and Johann Myburgh (SA Titans). The village is home to a wild bird sanctuary known as Safewings, which cares for injured birds.
- The Borough Council of Wellingborough: Parishes: Hardwick, Little Irchester and Isham. Retrieved 12 November 2009
- Office for National Statistics: Isham CP: Parish headcounts. Retrieved 12 November 2009
- Northamptonshire County Council - A509 Isham Bypass
- A Topographical Dictionary of England (1848), pp. 623-28. Retrieved 12 November 2009
- Isham Cricket Club
- Isham Cricket Club: News. Retrieved 12 November 2009
- Safewings website
Media related to Isham at Wikimedia Commons
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