Harringworth is a small village in north east Northamptonshire, three miles from Uppingham and 11 miles from Stamford. It lies in the valley of the River Welland close to the border with Rutland and is overlooked by the Welland Railway Viaduct. This is the longest brick built viaduct in Britain. The railway line and viaduct are very popular with steam train and heritage enthusiasts and the village is also a popular destination for walkers, campers and cyclists.

Harringworth has a thriving community spirit with many social, special interest and fund raising activities. The church, village hall, local inn and riding stables are at the heart of the community.
Our website will give you a flavour of the village and local area and plenty of information on local attractions and activities.