1986 THE VILLAGE
Greens Norton has a population of 1700 In 1977 most of the houses were council property, but now in 1985, the majority are private homes with an average current price of 55,000. There are three shops including a post office.A public house & a British Legion Club.There is a church & Methodist Chapel.The village has it's own primary school but secondary children are transported by coach to Sponne School,Towcester.There is a village playing field,owned by the village,with separate facilities for children & a pavilion.There are several large old houses in the village,one of which is a private boarding school.The old school is now used as the Village Hall.The large coach depot sends vehicles all over Europe.The Village Green is used for the annual May Day celebrations.
Map of the area
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