Town of Kettering in Northamptonshire, United Kingdom.
Kettering is a town in the United Kingdom just 2 hours north of London and about 30 minutes northeast of Northampton, on the west side of the River Ise. It is an administrative and historic county of Northamptonshire, England. The population of Kettering today is around 100,252 from a 2017 census. With the arrival of the railway during the mid-1800s, it owes much of its growth and history.
The town is rapidly expanding, this time as a result of the A14. It connects the M1 with several ports on the east coast. There are new housing developments and large industrial estates found along the outskirts of the town as a result. One interesting fact about the town of Kettering is that it is the home of Weetabix’s UK production.
Getting To Kettering
Making your way to and from Kettering town is easier than you think. There are two forms of transport to choose from such as:
Kettering By Rail
East Midlands Trains runs a regular train service between London and Leicester/Nottingham, most of the time with a stop in Kettering. A cheaper rail ticket to Stansted Airport can be purchased if asked to go via Leicester instead of London.
Kettering By Car
The town is encircled on the west and south sides by the east-west running A14. The westbound A14 leads to the M1 (London) and the M6 (Coventry & Birmingham). Eastbound the A14 continues to on to Cambridge and eventually on to the port of Harwich.