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Population: 9500
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Birthplace of:
Samuel Butler
Robert Lowe

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Folk Customs:
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Bingham Country Market
"This market no longer exists!

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The Grange
"The most wonderful home from home experience.....I have stayed at a lot of guest houses and hotels in the Nottingham area...which have left me in despair at any actually living ..." More

The Grange
"This is our fourth visit to this lovely B&B,and we look forward to the next time we are over that way.We can not recommend this highly enough.Everything you wish for is taken ..." More

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The Nottinghamshire town of Bingham sits on the northern edge of the Vale of Belvoir, with Nottingham to the west and Newark north-east both roughly nine miles distant. Nowadays it functions as a dormitory town for Nottingham, easily accessed via the A52 and by rail, though both those routes also open up Grantham to the east; as the A46 which passes Bingham brings Leicester and Newark within commuting reach. With a population of around 9000 (likely to go beyond 10000 shortly) Bingham enjoys good civic amenities including schools from infants to secondary, a library, and sports centre with pool. Its retail facilities serve residents of the town and surrounding villages like Saxondale and Tithby, and include a Thursday market which was revived after many decades dormancy in 1975; a farmersí market on the first Saturday of the month; and numerous pubs. Bingham featured in the Domesday Book, already a reasonable settlement of around 250 souls; it remained an agricultural centre until framework-knitting briefly became a major employer in the early Industrial Revolution. The town expanded greatly in the post-war housing boom; and is once more slated to grow significantly with a new estate being developed. As so often is the case the most notable building here is the parish church, in Bingham a 13th century structure dedicated to St Mary and All Saints.


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Unicorn Hotel (2.77 miles)

Unicorn Hotel

The Unicorn Hotel occupies a stunning location on the banks of the River Trent in the tranquil village of Gunthorpe. Although close to the A46 and Nottingham, the hotel offers a peaceful venue away from ... More | visit website

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The Vale Of Belvoir Inn & Hotel (2.79 miles)

The Vale Of Belvoir Inn & Hotel

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Situated within the beautiful landscape of Belvoir, Nottinghamshire, you can enjoy tasty cuisine and cosy rooms, each with its own unique details. All our rooms are individually decorated to a high standard ... More

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Langar Hall (3.37 miles)

Langar Hall
Set in the Vale of Belvoir, Langar Hall is situated 12 miles South East of Nottingham on the Leicestershire border. It stands in quiet seclusion by the 12th Century village church, overlooking gardens, medieval carp ... More | visit website
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The Grange (4.09 miles)

The Grange
The Grange offers traditional farm house bed & breakfast in a non-smoking environment with full en-suites, TV, tea & coffee facilities and parking. Owned by Mr & Mrs Don & Brenda Masson. The Grange is ... More | visit website
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Boot & Shoe Inn (4.63 miles)

Boot & Shoe Inn

The Boot & Shoe Inn, Main Street, Flintham, Nr Newark, Notts, NG23 5LA.A traditional English Inn, located in a conservation village just 6 miles West of the charming market town of Newark On Trent.We offer ... More | visit website


The Boot and Shoe Inn (4.63 miles)

The Boot and Shoe Inn

The Boot & Shoe Inn, Main Street, Flintham, Nr Newark, Notts, NG23 5LA.A traditional English Inn, located in a conservation village just 6 miles West of the charming market town of Newark On Trent.We offer ... More

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Old School Mews (4.73 miles)

Old School Mews
Our beautiful period Old School house is open all year round to provide you a comfortable and refreshing stay whether it be business or pleasure.

We are situated East of Nottingham just 20 minutes ... More | visit website
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Tudor Farm (6.40 miles)

Tudor Farm

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Tudor Farm is situated just off the A46, between Nottingham and Newark, with the A1 five minutes drive away for easy access to the South and North.Nottingham Lincoln and Grantham ... More

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The Peacock Inn (6.48 miles)

The Peacock Inn

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Located in the beautiful Vale of Belvoir village of Redmile yet within easy traveling distance from Nottingham (20 mins), Leicester (30 mins), Grantham (15 mins), Melton Mowbray (20 mins), Newark ... More

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Colwick Hall Hotel (6.61 miles)

Colwick Hall Hotel

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The bedrooms and suites at Colwick Hall Hotel has been restored to their former glory. In the nineteenth century, Colwick Hall was an Ideal Resort with elegant bedrooms and the ... More

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