Bingham Wapentake

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Bingham Wapentake in Nottinghamshire

Bingham Wapentake is one of the wapentakes or hundreds of Nottinghamshire, in the south-east of the county, adjacent to the border with Leicestershire. It is named after the town of Bingham, which it contains. It is bounded by Newark Wapentake to the north-east; by Thurgarton Wapentake to the north; by Rushcliffe to the east; and by Leicestershire to the south. It is the least populous of the wapentakes, with a population of 44,548 in 2011.

It comprises the ancient parishes of:

*: Remainder in Rushcliffe wapentake

Additionally, Census reports include a footnote that East Stoke was sometimes attributed to Bingham or Newark wapentakes.

Wapentakes of Nottinghamshire

Bassetlaw • Bingham • Broxtow (including Nottingham) • Newark • Rushcliffe • Thurgarton