Sandford, Isle of Wight

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This article is about settlement on the Isle of Wight. For other uses, see Sandford.

Sandford is a hamlet on the Isle of Wight. Sandford is on the outskirts of Godshill in the southeast part of the island. Sandford has a latitude of 50°37′48.23″N 1°13′45.63″W / 50.6300639°N 1.2293417°W / 50.6300639; -1.2293417Coordinates: 50°37′48.23″N 1°13′45.63″W / 50.6300639°N 1.2293417°W / 50.6300639; -1.2293417. Sandford is located on the A 3020 road and public transport is provided by route 2 and route 3, run by Southern Vectis.

Sandford hosts several businesses, including some farms and a boarding cattery.[1] The Sandford Primitive Methodist Chapel is in Sandford.[2]

Sandford has an entry in the Domesday Book of 1086.[3] There were two mills in Sandford.[4] Sandford was the site of brickmaking operations in the past.[5]

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