The village of Crick is located in rural Northamptonshire, England.  It is part of the Daventry district, which lies close to the border between Northamptonshire and Warwickshire.  Crick’s name originates from the Celtic word ‘cruc’, meaning hill.  Crick’s first church was built around 700 AD, and the village has a strong religious community.  St Margaret’s church was built in 1077 and still stands today.  The village has undergone recent expansion, with many new properties cropping up over the past few years.  It has proved popular with urban and suburban dwellers attracted by its rural charm.  The Leicester Line of the Grand Union Canal flows past Crick and through Crick Tunnel.  Crick Marina was opened in 1996 and hosts the acclaimed Crick Boat Show every year.