Kings Sutton Online

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King's Sutton Online


       

Welcome to our village website.
 
 
This site continues to be a resource for many people both at home
and abroad.  All of your input is invaluable.  The site is sponsored by the King's Sutton Heritage Trust
and is funded by donations,  mainly from individuals residing in the village.  
Please be aware that ALL
content and links provided are done so on an 'as is' basis and no responsibility is accepted fo
r the use 

of this site by any person. Please enjoy the site and if possible interact by sending items for inclusion.
                    

 

 
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Website Updates as of
21st August 2014


1. Home Page 21/08
2. Historical Docs 21/08
3. Home Page 09/08
4. Home Page 01/08
5. News Round 01/08
6. Home Page 30/07
7. Home Page 07/07
8. Heritage Trust 07/07
9. Home Page 05/07
10. News Round 05/07




Click on Village Tour to see more interesting aspects of our heritage... 
  
 Village Tour




Total Visitors since 1st Jan 06.   Send the web link to friends and relatives to keep them up to date with news about King's Sutton.



    
Factoid   

Did you know..

John 'Shoemaker' Wyatt who lived in the cottage in Bull's Lane now known as Old John's Cottage took part in the relief of Khartoum in 1884 when he was just 20 years old. He was awarded the Egypt Star and went on to serve in the army for 40 years!

(for further details ..see History Archive )




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The village of King's Sutton ( The place name means the King's south estate.) lies at the southernmost tip of Northamptonshire and the border of Oxfordshire. We have great transport links by both road and rail to London, Oxford and Birmingham as well as being close to the Oxford Canal. For the discerning tourist we are easily within range of Warwick, Stratford and all that the Cotswolds has to offer. Historically wealthy, we take great pride in the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, the legend of St Rumbold dating back to 662, our very own natural bog spring and the Astrop Spa, discovered in 1664. 
 (See our History Archive for a wealth of further information)
    
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Please make an effort to Support this Village Website by  sending information about Events, Memories and Photos etc for publication to
..... Info@kingssutton.net 

Website Statistics and Notes For 20th July - 20th Aug 2014   Now Over 95000 visitors

                                        310 Visits   726 Individual Page views     
Currently some 87% of our visitors are based in the UK, however we also see visitors from many countries worldwide (13% from 13 Countries).  The main interest is currently centered around the History Archive and Photo Archive pages but followed closely by the Newsround, Business and the Village Hall pages . Visitors were about 76% New and 24% Returns. Traffic is generated by 44% direct access, Search engines (38%),  and 18% referral from other websites. (Latest Stats)
Notes about recent updates.....
1. Home Page updated 21st August
2. Stats updated.......21st August
3. Historical Documents page updated


Spotlight on.....
Village People.....A collection of naratives telling about the lives of various people from the village....some written by the individuals themselves. During this time of remembrance of the First World War the written account of Arthur Halestrap born in 1898 gives an insight into his experience in the trenches.
        
               
      
             
     

                         
                      King's Sutton Junior Football Team 1932/33 
                                                                
          
                    
         
                                                             ( See more on the History Archive pages )