Pattishall Parish includes the villages of Astcote, Dalscote, Eastcote, Fosters Booth, Pattishall and the hamlet of Cornhill. It is set in a rural area on the borders
of the Northamptonshire Heights and the Nene Valley. Located 6km north of Towcester adjacent to the Roman Watling Street (A5) and Banbury Lane, an ancient drove way.
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Pattishall Playing Field
It has been a great start to the summer with all the events on the Playing Field. Picnic in the Park, organised by Pattishall Park Events, was a fantastic music festival with
activities for all ages. This was the event's fourth year and was one of the best for the weather and attendance. More details on their Facebook page Pattishall Picnic in the
The newly formed Pattishall Cricket Club played their first home match and celebrated by beating Farthingstone by six wickets. They have worked hard transforming
the pavilion to a much improved facility. For more information see their Facebook page Pattishall Cricket Club.
Sixfields Rangers Football Club are going to be playing at Pattishall this season. They have played here and won their pre-season games. They are in the Sunday Nene League and their
first league match at home is on 4th August at 10.30. More information on their Facebook page Sixfields Rangers.
Lastly a reminder that dogs, except guide dogs, are not allowed on the Playing Field. This is an open play park and sports field and we are mindful of health issues with children,
people playing sports or using the area. We thank you for adhering to this rule.
Pattishall Playing Field Association