Burton Latimer Medical Centre

With a population of just over 10,000burton latimer medical centre is a small town with a number of independent shops and businesses. One such business is the amazing ACOSMETICS clinic, led by Annabelle who has used her extensive skills and knowledge to establish a clinic which offers an incredible range of treatments including hair removal and skin rejuvenation.

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Until the 1890s, official health care was not available in Burton Latimer, and patients had to be seen by visiting doctors from Kettering. In 1860-67, Dr Crofton Byrne lived at Osborne House at the Cross and held his surgery in this building; and in 1898 a doctor called Herbert Burland ran a part-time practice in Finedon and Meeting Lane and visited Burton on a weekly basis.

Following the post-war expansion of the town, demand for health services increased, and a new Health Centre was built on the site of the old library in High Street in 1970. This was later replaced by a new medical centre, completed in 2004 and comprising doctors (general practitioners), nurse practitioners and an optician.

In addition to these facilities, the town has a pharmacy and a number of independent shops. The nearest hospital is Kettering General, which has an accident and emergency department. Buses run through the town, with routes 48 and 50 connecting to Wellingborough and Bedford respectively. Burton Latimer also has a cricket club, who play at Hall Field on Kettering Road; and two sports centres – Meadowside and the Olde Victoria.