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Local facilities

Allotments
Burton Latimer allotments has a number of allotments off Higham Road. Further information is available from the local allotment association.
Seating
Benches are to be found in the Millennium Garden on High St, in the pocket park off Station Rd, and at other convenient locations in the town.
Pocket park
Burton Latimer's pocket park can be accessed from Station Road.
Playing fields
The King George V playing field is off Pioneer Ave, next to the Community centre. Other sports facilities in the town include:
  • The tennis courts in Pioneer Avenue - run by Burton Latimer Tennis Club
  • The football ground in Polwell Lane - home to Burton Park Wanderers FC, and
  • The cricket ground in Kettering Road - home to Burton Latimer Town Cricket Club
  • The bowling green in The Paddocks - home to Burton Latimer Town Bowls Club

  • Other open spaces and recreational facilities
    The Millennium Garden (at the junction of High St and Churchill Way) is the location for Burton Latimer's monthly farmer's market. The Paddocks (accessed from the carpark in Churchill Way) is an open space containing a children's play area and the town's bowling green. There is also a children's playground on the King George V playing field off Pioneer Ave, next to the Community centre.
    Community centre and village halls
    Burton Latimer Community Centre is on Pioneer Avenue. Meeting facilities are also available at Yeoman's Court in Meeting Lane (off Church St) and at the Methodist Hall in Piggott's Lane.
    Burial ground
    The cemetary is located at the end of Church Lane.
    Bus shelters
    Bus shelters are provided for a number of bus-stops within the town.
    War memorial
    Burton Latimer's war memorial is located at the junction of High St and Church St.
    Farmer's market
    Burton Latimer hosts a popular farmer's market in the town's Millennium Garden on the first Saturday of each month.
    Clock
    There is a clock on the wall of Poplar House, the town council's old offices in High St.

     

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