Eight things you don't see in Kettering any more that you could a decade ago

Kettering has seen many changes over the past 10 years.

Thursday, 29th November 2018, 9:38 am
Updated Wednesday, 9th January 2019, 7:16 am
The High Street stalwart closed in 2009, becoming first a QD store and now a B&M

Everyone remembers sticky dance floor nights, top value pick'n'mix and freezing on the terraces at Rockingham Road.

Here's a look at some familiar names and venues we've lost over the past decade - how many do you remember?

Rehab nightclub in Montagu Street, Kettering, was forced to shut down due to the economic climate in July 2011

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There had been rumours of its demise for years, but there was still shock and sadness when the closure of M&S was confirmed this summer
We moved out of our home of 19 years in 2016, and are now based right in the heart of the town in an office in Headlands
The scrapyard, on the site of a former branch line for the Cransley Ironworks, closed in 2007 to make way for a business park, work on which only began this year.
The court closed in 2016 as part of a national programme of closures, while the police station remained in use until earlier this year. Plans are in place to regenerate the site for housing
The national newsagent chain moved out of the Newlands in 2016, and was replaced by H&M later the same year
Perhaps saddest of all the venues on this list, Kettering Town FC's ground was demolished last year after sitting vacant since 2011. The club hope to return to the town within the next five years