Corby also known as Little Scotland is a town within the Northamtonshire County, England. It lies north east of Northampton and experiences a Maritime Climate. Corby is famous for its steelwork industry, cultural heritage and for being home to large number of Scottish migrants. The town is also known for the famous Corbyite or Corby accent.
Birmingham, Cambridge, Coventry, Grantham, Leicester, London, Luton, Northampton, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Stansted, Stamford and Spalding are near the town. The motorways A43, A14, A427 and A6003 serve Corby.
Deene Park refers to the park within the town of Corby that surrounds the magnificent 16th Century manor that has been under the ownership and management of the Brudenell family. The site promises a venue for relaxation with its charming landscape.
Kirby Hall is an Elizabethan mansion famous for its magnificent architectural style, English gardens and for being the place where the film Mansfield Park by Jane Austen was filmed. A visit to the site will truly make one see the beauty of English heritage.
Rockingham Speedway located along Mitchell Road, Corby is a prime motor racing track that was built on the site of the former British steel works. The venue hosts several motor racing events. The tract may also be leased for private use.
Boughton House, also known as the English Versailles is a grand Tudor Monastic mansion that serves as the home of the Duke of Buccleuch. The house is famous for its finely preserved baroque state rooms, architectural style and garden that is hailed as one of the most beautiful in England.
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art is not too far from Corby. It is located at the Water Tower, Brigstock, Kettering. The establishment is an art centre that showcases wide collection of modern artworks mostly made by its townsfolk.