Thurgarton Wapentake

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Thurgarton Wapentake in Nottinghamshire

Thurgarton Wapentake is one of the wapentakes or hundreds of Nottinghamshire, in the centre of the county. It is named after the village of Thurgarton, which it contains. It is bounded by every other wapentake: by Bassetlaw to the north; by Newark Wapentake to the east; by Bingham Wapentake to the south-east; and by Broxtow to the south-west. There is also a short border with Rushcliffe between Sneinton and West Bridgford. It had a population of 128,908 in 2011.

It comprises the ancient parishes of:

*: In Bassetlaw wapentake.

Additionally, Census reports include East Stoke in Thurgarton wapentake, with a footnote that it was sometimes attributed to Bingham or Newark wapentakes.

Wapentakes of Nottinghamshire

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