The large village of Wollaston stands on a hill situated four miles south of Wellingborough.
Its scheduled monuments include the site of a medieval manor house at the south end and near the church lies a circular mound about 10 metres high, surrounded by a ditch, dating from the 12th century. The mound is open to the public and nearby Wollaston Museum houses many village artefacts
The ancient centre of the village, including Wollaston Hall, the 14th century towered church and partly medieval priory, is well-preserved and now forms the core of the conservation area.
For more information, visit Wollaston Parish Council.