Sulgrave is a small village surrounded by the rolling farmland of South Northamptonshire, England, near the town of Banbury. It has a population of around 380 people of all age groups covering a broad spectrum of occupations. Village features include the remains of a Norman Castle, a medieval church, the Tudor Manor House (once the home of ancestors of George Washington, first president of the United States of America), an 18th century School House (now the community shop) and a traditional pub.
On this website you can view information about different groups, facilities, services and businesses within the village. You can also see village news, upcoming events and many other items of interest to residents, former residents and visitors.
The website is maintained on behalf of Sulgrave Parish Council.
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