Luddington in the Brook

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Luddington in the Brook
Northamptonshire, Huntingdonshire
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Church of St Margaret
Grid reference: TL1083
Location: 52°26’19"N, 0°22’33"W
Post town: Peterborough
Postcode: PE8
Dialling code: 01832
Local Government
Council: North Northamptonshire

Luddington in the Brook is a village and ancient parish on the borders of Northamptonshire and Huntingdonshire. The name of its civil parish is Luddington. The population of the village is included in the civil parish of Hemington.

The county border cuts the parish into three pieces: The northernmost part lies in Northamptonshire and contains the village and parish church. The central section in Huntingdonshire contains Luddington Lodge and Luddington Lodge Farm. The final part in Northamptonshire lies to the south-west of the Thurning Road and comprises just empty fields.

St Margaret's Church, a Gothic Revival building designed by Richard Carpenter, is a Grade-II listed building.[1]


  1. National Heritage List 1040228: Church of St Margaret
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