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Waddingham

Waddingham

Waddingham is a village and civil parish in the district of West Lindsey. It is situated at around 26 kilometers north of the county town of Lincoln.

According to records, the village of Waddingham originated from two settlements, namely, Stainton, in which the name is derived from the Old English stan and tun (meaning stony farm), and Wadingham, in which the name is derived from ing or ingers + ham (meaning village or settlement of the Wada family).

Moreover, the village is characterized by several rustic landmarks from the olden days such as St. Mary and St. Peter’s parish church, built in the 13th century, and some cottages, built in the 17th century.

As of the present, the village has a few amenities, such as a village shop, a post office, a public house, and a primary school for children.

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