Caythorpe is a highly regarded village set in the Trent Valley between the main regional centres of Nottingham and Newark on Trent, having the feel of a true English village.
A long established public house The Black Horse Inn is renowned for its convivial atmosphere and is a good example of a traditional 'village local'. Caythorpe Cricket Club (formed c1880 & reformed in 1949) is a well recognised club with 4 senior sides competing in various county leagues catering for seniors and juniors alike. There is a small village hall which can be hired for private family and social events, and the annual village show is a longstanding event in the calendar of local residents.
Lowdham offers useful day to day amenities and primary schooling close to hand, coupled with direct road and rail access into Nottingham city centre.
The thriving Minster town of Southwell offers a wider range of retail amenities, professional services and sports centre, and Southwell schooling is of a renowned standard across the age ranges.
The larger market town of Newark on Trent, offers a more extensive range of retail amenities, professional services, restaurants and leisure facilities including a sport centre and marina.
From Newark there is direct access to the A1 national road network and a fast direct rail link into London Kings Cross in a scheduled journey time of 80/85 minutes.
Population – 275
Nearest Medical Centre – Lowdham Medical Centre (2 miles)
Nearest Railway Station – Lowdham (1 mile)
Newark & Sherwood District Council
Kelham Hall, Kelham, Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire NG23 5QX
Lowdham Pre-School (2 miles)
Lowdham C of E Primary School (2 miles)
Gunthorpe Primary (2.5 miles)
Toot Hill Secondary School, Bingham (6 miles)
Colonel Frank Seely School, Calverton (8 miles)
PUBS AND RESTAURANTS
The Black Horse Inn
The Old Volunteer
Lowdham – 1.5 miles
Bingham - 6 miles
Southwell - 8 miles
Nottingham - 11 miles
Newark on Trent - 15 miles