Welcome to the Orlingbury website

Orlingbury is a small village mid-way between Kettering and Wellingborough – just off the A43 that runs from Northampton to Kettering.  It may be small village, but it’s friendly and sociable with a variety of regular activities and events.

Regular annual events include a village fete in June, an Open Gardens event and Scarecrows Competition in September, the unofficial World Conker Championships in October, our village Drama Group’s production (usually in November), a Christmas Bazaar, a village hall event close to Christmas, Christmas Midnight Communion in St. Mary’s Church on Christmas Eve, as well as many other locally organised “happenings”.

Orlingbury Drama Group present “Sleighed To Death”

“Sleighed To Death” will be performed on 14th – 17th November 2018 at 7:30pm at Orlingbury Village Hall.  Licensed bar from 7pm.

Click here for more details.

Bush Walk Woods Conservations

Following the successful “Walk On The Wildside” event earlier this year, you have the opportunity to carry out some practical woodland management.

Learn how to coppice a tree and do your bit for conservation as well as making new friends around an open fire.

Suitable for all ages.

Click here for more details.


If you are an accountant or bookkeeper in Orlingbury, could you help your village hall by giving a few hours of your time every month to take on the role of Treasurer?

Contact Andy Gosling by email in the first instance – village.hall@orlingbury.info

Orlingbury Post Office
The Post Office, which was located in the offices at 2 Isham Road (opposite The Queen’s Arms pub), no longer operates.

There are 2 Facebook pages in existence.

The Orlingbury Events Facebook Page is open to everyone to see. You can subscribe to it to get notifications of upcoming events. It is also shown in the right hand column on each page in this website.

The Orlingbury News Facebook Page is a closed group and is intended to be just for residents of Orlingbury. Feel free to request to join the group.

STOP PRESS….. The village now has a Defibrillator

defibrillatorThe Parish Council has provided funding to purchase a defibrillator – a great piece of kit that can save the life of someone who has gone into cardiac arrest.

We are now looking for around 10 volunteers to be trained on how to use the equipment safely.  It will be a 2 hour course.  If you’re interested then contact any Parish Councillor.

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