About Londonderry NH
Londonderry, NH, home of the Lancers, is part of New Hampshire's Rockingham County. The most recent census states the population as being 24,129. Londonderry is the national headquarters of Stonyfield Yogurt and the partial home of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. The city of Manchester is directly north of Londonderry. Londonderry has three elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school.
"Business is good, life is better" the towns website says. Londonderry is a growing town with a lot of economic opportunity because of its proximity to the airport. The town has a very active community and is dedicated to making Londonderry the best it can be.
Londonderry not only is home of large businesses, but local businesses are booming as well. Mack's Apples is a main tourist attraction. People can go and purchase fresh produce throughout the summer, as well as pick their own apples in the fall. Londonderry has the small town feel; yet there's something for everyone's interest. It's small enough to know your neighbors, large enough to be surprised at what you can find.
Londonderry has championship winning youth sports, a large high school marching band, and an active senior center. It is truly a town for everyone.