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Berkeley Street
Grid reference: SP6882
Location: 52°26’10"N, 0°59’38"W
Population: 462  (2011)
Post town: Market Harborough
Postcode: LE16
Dialling code: 01858
Local Government
Council: West Northamptonshire

Sibbertoft is a village and parish in Northamptonshire. At the time of the 2001 census, the parish's population (including Sulby) was 343 people,[1] increasing to 462 at the 2011 Census.[2]

Facilities in the village include a pub, church, recreation ground and the Sibbertoft Reading Room which is in effect the village hall.[3]

Notable residents

  • Miles Joseph Berkeley, cryptogamist, clergyman, and one of the founders of the science of plant pathology, served as a clergyman to the parish of Sibbertoft.

Notable buildings and monuments

The Historic England website contains details of the listed buildings in the parish of Sibbertoft. All of them are Grade II apart from St Helen's Church, which is Grade II*.[4]

The listed buildings are:

  • St Helen's Church, Church Street
  • Two chest tombs and a pair of headstones in the churchyard
  • The Springs, 7 Berkeley Street
  • The Old School, Church Street, 1846 by Edmund Francis Law[5]
  • 41 Welland Rise, Church Street
  • The Springs, 7 Berkeley Street, The High Street

There are also two scheduled monuments in the parish:

  • Nobold – a mediæval settlement 440 yards east of Lowe Farm
  • Sibbertoft motte-and-bailey castle


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