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Carlton-on-Trent

Carlton-on-Trent

River Trent, Church Spire and Windmill
Carlton-on-Trent is located in Nottinghamshire
Carlton-on-Trent
 Carlton-on-Trent shown within Nottinghamshire
Population 228 (2001 census[1])
OS grid reference
District Newark and Sherwood
Shire county Nottinghamshire
Region East Midlands
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town NEWARK
Postcode district NG23
Dialling code 01636
Police Nottinghamshire
Fire Nottinghamshire
Ambulance East Midlands
EU Parliament East Midlands
UK Parliament Newark
List of places
UK
England
Nottinghamshire

Carlton-on-Trent is a small village in England, located between the River Trent and the A1 road near Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire.

The village forms part of the Newark and Sherwood district, it is also served by a Parish Council.

The village has several entries in the Domesday Book, mainly for the year 1086 relating to the Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of Augmentations. Associated names for these entries include The Earl Tosti and the Man of Rodger De Bully.

Carlton Mill was a six-storey brick tower windmill built before 1821. The tower is still standing, as a shell without floors, to a height of 60 feet.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Parish Headcounts:Carlton-on-Trent CP". Neighbourhood Statistics.  
  2. ^ Shaw, T. (1995). Windmills of Nottinghamshire. page 10. Nottingham: Nottinghamshire County Council. ISBN 0-900986-12-3.

External links

  • Newark and Sherwood District Council: Parish of Carlton-on-Trent

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