Charlotte Green | Girl About Northamptonshire
Making memories in Northamptonshire
I’m Charlotte and I have recently moved to Northamptonshire. I’ve worked all over the UK and across Europe as an actor and now I’m settled right here in the East Midlands. I run my own business - The Magic Hour UK - a wellness and homeware brand with a magical twist. I also host a podcast by the same name which is all about making the more magical aspects of life a little more accessible. We talk about forest bathing, the wheel of the year, and more. I also help run my family's tea merchants business -Tea From The Manor. When I’m not being creative or running my businesses you’ll find me hugging a tree in Harlestone Firs Woodland in Northampton. I’m looking forward to sharing my adventures with you.
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48 hours in Northamptonshire -  What to do on a weekend in Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire is a county often over shadowed by its more well known neighbours but it is a real hidden gem. A brilliant combination of town life and country living. The town itself dates back to the Bronze Age, with a rich, more modern history as the shoe capital of the world. Clues of which can be seen all over the county town of Northampton.

A weekend in Northamptonshire is easily filled, and importantly, is easy to get to! Being in the middle of the country, Northamptonshire (or Northants as it is often known) is easily accessible by train with great links to Birmingham. It also has great links to the capital with London Euston around an hours train ride away. Northamptonshire is also easy to get to for drivers on the M1, so no matter where you are, a 48 hours in Northamptonshire is easily accessible.

You really are really spoilt for choice in Northamptonshire as it is such a diverse county. Whether you enjoy spa retreats, trendy bars or the muddy British outdoors, 48 hours in Northamptonshire will have something to offer you.

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