Rushden Hall and the thatched lodge near its main entrance must be the oldest extant domestic buildings in Rushden. The Hall itself dates from the 14th century and has benefitted from later additions during the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods through to more recent architectural add-ons.
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My mother used to recall the tale of the Headless Horseman of Dungee Corner
There is a long straight road known as ‘Mile Strret’ heading out of the village of Bozeat that joins a Roman Road at a T-junction known to the locals as ‘Dungee Corner’.