Newark and Sherwood

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Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire
latitude: 53.1, longitude: -1.00
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Newark and Sherwood is a district in Nottinghamshire at latitude 53°06′00.00″ North, longitude 1°00′00.00″ West.

Newark and Sherwood is a district in the county of Nottinghamshire in England.


Newark and Sherwood to the E by Lincolnshire, to the S by Rushcliffe and Leicestershire, to the W by Gedling and Mansfield, and to the N by Bassetlaw. A boundary relation exists: relation 77271 (iD, JOSM, Potlatch2, history, analyze, manage, GPX, XML).

Useful confirmatory information about boundaries can be obtained when surveying. For instance, wheelie bins, road name signs etc., may have the name or logo of the council displayed.



  • Newark.
  • Southwell. Mapped in some detail by Bramble, with roads and footpaths pretty complete (SK53 12:58, 30 October 2009 (UTC)).

Large Villages

  • Balderton. Newark overspill.
  • Farndon. Newark overspill.
  • Ollerton. Former mining village.

Other Villages

This list is largely derived from the wikipedia article on Newark and Sherwood.

  • Averham
  • Barton in the Willows, Bathley, Bilsthorpe, Blidworth, Boughton, Brough
  • Carlton-on-Trent, Caunton, Clipstone, Collingham, Cromwell
  • Eakring, East Stoke, Edingley, Edwinstowe, Egmanton, Elston
  • Farnsfield, Fernwood, Fiskerton
  • Gunthorpe
  • Halam, Halloughton, Hawton, Hockerton
  • Kelham, Kirklington, Kirton (fully mapped SK53 21:50, 14 November 2010 (UTC)), Kneesall
  • Laxton, Little Carlton, Lowdham
  • Maplebeck, Morton
  • North Muskham, Norwell
  • Ossington, Oxton
  • Perlethorpe
  • Rainworth, Rolleston
  • South Muskham, Sutton-on-Trent
  • Upton
  • Walesby, Wellow, Weston, Winkburn