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Wellingborough is a market town and is a borough in Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. The town of Wellingborough is situated on the north of the River Nene, the river rises from 3 sources in Northamptonshire and the tidal river forms the border between Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. The river Nene is the tenth longest river in the United Kingdom. Due the frequent flooding from the river Nene the town of Wellingborough was built mostly above the current level of the flood plain and was originally named Wendelingburgh. The town was granted a Royal market charter by King John of England in 1201. The population of Wellingborough is 49,087 according to the 2011 census and Is predicted to grow by 30% according to the Milton Keynes South Midlands study. The town of Wellingborough has a growing commuter population due to the town being on the midland main line railway. The railway station is a grade II listed building and is amoung the many unusual buildings in Wellingborough. The town also has a theatre named The Castle Theatre which was opened in 1995 on the site of the old cattle market, it brings many other facilities to the area other than a theatre with many of its rooms being used on a daily basis by the local community which include Castle Youth Theatre Group and the Youth Dance Group. The local Museum is run independently by the Winifred Wharton Trust which is located next to the Castle Theatre and holds exhibitions which show the past of Wellingborough and the villages that surround. The museum is in a Victorian swimming pool built in 1892 and was originally Cox's shoe factory from 1918-1995. The museum is free entry and has a souvenir shop and cafe to enjoy refreshments and study the Wellingborough Museum.

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