Townsend Farm, Nobottle
Nobottle shown within Northamptonshire
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Nobottle is a hamlet in the Daventry district of the county of Northamptonshire in England. It borders the Althorp estate, which owns much of the property. Nobottle used to have a 600yd rifle range (the only one in Northamptonshire), now shut by the MOD some 20 years. The Midshires Way long distance footpath passes through Nobottle.
With only 13 houses, about 1/2 a mile long, Nobottle is one of the smallest hamlets in England.
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