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Napton-on-the-Hill

Napton-on-the-Hill is a small village in the county of Warwickshire England, with a population of around 500. It is situated between the towns of Southam and Daventry.

As the title suggests the village is situated upon a hill, which overlooks the Oxford Canal. Napton also has a restored Windmill which can be seen from some distance away.

Just north of Napton lies a junction between the Oxford canal and the Grand Union Canal. There is also a flight of locks on the Oxford canal which climbs around the hill that Napton is situated upon.



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