PAPPLEWICK PARISH

This is a map of the parishThe 'parish of Papplewick' occupies 715 hectares, and is situated towards the west of central Nottinghamshire, UK. The village of Papplewick is located in the west of the parish.  It is 12km (7.5mi) north of Nottingham and 10km (6.2mi) south of Mansfield.   In 2001, there were 630 people living in the parish, occupying 259 dwellings (2001 census data). In medieval times the village marked the southern gateway to Sherwood Forest.  In 2002 Papplewick was voted Nottinghamshire's best kept village (in the population 500-2000 category)

The village is between Nottingham and Mansfield
In our parish there is a thriving community, with numerous community and social groups, a village school, a village hall, a public house and an ancient church. Tourist attractions in the parish include the village conservation area, where there are 18th century cottages and Papplewick Hall. Papplewick pumping station is a working museum, comprising a steam-powered pumping engine and grounds. It is situated in the east of the parish, 2km (1.2mi) east of the village. Surrounding the parish are areas of woodland, of archaeological and ecological interest, which are accessible to the public by a network of footpaths.
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This site is maintained by Papplewick Parish Council on behalf of the community.

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