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Welcome to Pickworth, a small village located in the East Midlands of England in the county of Rutland which is situated on what is described by the local council as a Jurassic limestone plateau.

Population of Pickworth

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The closest airport to Pickworth

The airport closest to Pickworth East Midlands Airport which is between 42 to 54 miles depending on the route chosen and takes around an hour and 13 minutes to drive there.

East Midlands Airport to Pickworth Rutland England United Kingdom

Closest train station to Pickworth

The closest train station is around 6 miles away and takes 15 minutes to drive there, it is located in Stamford which belongs to the county of Lincolnshire.

Stamford Train Station to Pickworth Rutland England United Kingdom

Tax companies in Pickworth

Company

Phone Number

 ABC Taxis Stamford

+441780 252525

Stamford Taxis

+441780 753300

Stamford Cabs

+441780 767333

Night life in Pickworth

The night life in Pickworth happens in Stamford which is around 5 miles away.

Pickworth has no pub in the village so not much nightlife happens here, Stamford however which is the closest town has a good variety of different places to drink.

You will also find a good choice of hotels and B&B’s if you need to stay over for the night.

 

Scenery in and places to see in Pickworth

Towards the west side of the village you will find the remains of an old Medieval village which is called Top Pickworth, the only visible remains is the earth work and the stone arch but it is still interesting to see.

Another interesting place to visit is a lime kiln that lies to the west of the village, this was the work place of John Clare a local poet in 1817.

 

 

 

History of Pickworth

The village of Pickworth was a much larger thriving village during the 13th century, over the years it has depopulated.

It is said that the village depopulated as a result of the fighting that occurred in 1470 on the Battle of Losecote Field.

All that remains of the village is a church, a few large houses and 2 rows of smaller terraced houses.