Rushton Triangular Lodge

Rushton Triangular Lodge

We’re suckers for a quirky building, so once again we headed off to a local landmark that we’ve so far neglected to visit. As fun as it is visiting far flung corners of the UK, there’s plenty to see right here in Northants.

Rushton Triangular Lodge is a great example. Built by Sir Thomas Tresham between 1593 and 1597, this English Heritage property is a testament to his Catholic faith. Most notably demonstrated by the presence of the number 3 in many guises representing the Holy Trinity.

Costing just £3.50 ( a small price to maintain a local treasure) it’s worth a stop if you’re nearby. It won’t occupy you too long, so why not combine with a walk in the area. The Brampton Valley Way, with the spooky Kelmarsh and Great Oxendon tunnels, isn’t far away.



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