Macildowie have been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Northamptonshire since 1993. Brackley is a historic market town in West Northamptonshire famous for its wool and lace trade. Brackley is home to the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team and the Force India F1, and is location close to Silverstone motor circuit.
Historically the town was based on the wool and lace trade but is now more well known for industry relation to Formula One due to its close location to the Silverstone motor racing circuit, the setting of the British Grand Prix. The town is home to the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team, as well as the Force India F1 team which works a wind tunnel on the site of the old railway station. Before their move to Milton Keynes, the factory of H. Bronnley & Co., makers of handmade luxury soap, was found on the outskirts of the town. The company holds Royal Warrants of Appointment for providing soaps for the Queen and Prince Charles.
Brackley has a mass of notable buildings and historic architecture, including Brackley Castle which was built soon after 1086, and later demolished in 1217, however, the site was later granted to the Hospital SS. James and John, who provided accommodation to poor and sick travellers passing through the town.
Not only does the town have an F1 sporting background but they also have a football team, as well as two cricket teams, and a squash club. Brackley Town Football Club, also known as the Saints, currently play in the National League North, the sixth tier of English football, and their finest year of football was in 2018 when they won the FA Trophy.