Could you write a review or report for this website?
Hello to all visitors to this website. Many thanks to Jim Smith for his views of Nettleham in the banner above. Can you do better? We would like photos of the community, activities, things going on. Please make sure you have the permission of anyone in the photos.
I am looking for someone to write a report on it and to provide some photos. It can be in any Word, Text or other electronic format.I can arrange it and post it to the website. This is open to all young and old, you do not have to make it professional, just interesting.
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I would also accept any reports, photos or reviews from any event associated with Nettleham for some dynamic up to date pages. These will be written by you, the villagers, for the village and other readers. We get readers from all over the world so your efforts will be golbally appreciated.
Nettleham village is three miles north of the cathedral city of Lincoln in the East Midlands region of the U.K.
Nettleham is nestled in a cleft in hills on top of the Lincoln Edge. There have been settlements here since the bronze age. Nettleham literally means 'place of nettles'. Nettles grow where there is a presence of concentrated phosphates indicating human settlement. The probable reason for settlements here is the shallow beck flowing through it which is colonised by well fed ducks. Local folklore says the until you have fallen into the beck you are not a true Nettlehamite.
The village centre is made up of cottages built in the local limestone. A village green is the focus. Two large Horse Chestnut trees provide shade in the summer. A monument to the heroes of 2 world wars is flanked by 2 pubs and the Co-
Two schools, Nettlaham CofE (aided) Junior School
For a small sleepy olde worlde village Nettleham is home to some high technology businesses -
The Bishops Palace has just been developed as a village feature. One access is through a gate beside the Methodist Church. It is a ruin where the King of England resided during his visits to Lincoln. Lincoln at one time was the capital city of England. It was at this palace that he determined the eldest sons of the monarchy would have the title 'Prince of Wales'.
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