Brief History of Little Stanion

Welcome Centre at Roman road.

Local primary school.

Little Stanion is a village of approximately 2500 inhabitants, situated about 2.1 miles from Corby town centre, and to Northampton.

Little Stanion is designated by Corby Borough Council as a "committed new village". It is situated in Northamptonshire on the edge of Rockingham Forest, 1.1 miles (1.82 km) southeast from the centre of Corby and 7 miles from Kettering . It is a village under construction which, as of October 2016, had 733 completed houses with current plans to build up to 970. The first houses were completed in 2008.

The Little Stanion Village Association (LSVA) was established in 2011 to ensure that residents of the village had a central point to receive information, share their views and have their questions answered. LSVA has been very active since its inception arranging a number of community events and working closely with local organisations to promote the new village and protect its interests. The LSVA is now the LSVC, part of the parish council.

Little Stanion Primary School is a one-form entry school which opened in 2012. The school was assessed as "Good" by Ofsted in October 2015.

View of our local lake.

Little Stanion view.

Community barbecue.

The LSVC along with other residents hold a variety of events throughout the year. These have previously included a free community BBQ, dog shows, an Easter Egg trail, The Bake Off, garage sales, quiz nights and the huge Christmas get together.

Yes, we are lucky enough to have a number of regular events take place at the Welcome Centre and these include Hartbeeps, Tai Chi, Pilates, Brownies and Scouts. The Salvation Army also host their Sunday Service here and a coffee morning.

One of a number of children`s facilities.