Lilbourne is a village in the very north of Northamptonshire very close to the Warwickshire border. It is close to the M1 which runs past the village, and the A5 West of the village.reducing to 273 at the 2011 Census.
Just outside Lilbourne is the River Avon and the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle. Lilbourne also has a Grade I listed Church.
No.73 Squadron was stationed at Lilbourne during World War 1. Lilbourne once had a railway station on the former from Rugby to Market Harboroughline which closed in 1966. The station was situated away from the main part of the village, in fact across the River Avon county border, just within the parish of Catthorpe, Leicestershire.
The population is around 273 residents. Rugby is the closest shopping centre and has the majority of the services required for day to day living, including rail links to London and the north. The administrative centre is undertaken taken by Daventry District Council. Northamptonshire County Council are responsible for highways, signs and rights of way in the area.