Tansor Village

Welcome to the Tansor Village website.
Situated less than two miles north-east of Oundle, Northamptonshire, mention of Tanesovre can be found as far back as the Domesday Book of 1086.
Today the village has some 60 dwellings and a population of approximately 160.
The village is situated on the River Nene which flows alongside the parish church of St Mary's which dates back to Saxon times.
Although Tansor has no shops or public houses it has a delightful Village Hall, extended and refurbished in 2002 with the aid of a Lottery Grant. It was officially opened by actress and comedienne Faith Brown on 16th November 2002.
Home to the Tansor Playgroup for over 40 years, the Hall is available for hire in the afternoons and evenings during school term and all day at other times and weekends.
As well as a working farm and world-renowned Arabian Stud, there are a number of small businesses operated from Tansor and the famous Bluebell Lakes carp fishing amenity lies within the parish boundary.

Picture by Phil Munro.

Historic Tansor pic. Spot the changes.


Church View.

High Street.