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°WCoordinates: 50°37′48.23″N 1°13′45.63″W / 50.6300639°N 1.2293417°W. 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. The Sandford Primitive Methodist Chapel is in Sandford.
Sandford has an entry in the Domesday Book of 1086. There were two mills in Sandford. Sandford was the site of brickmaking operations in the past.
- ^ official sandford cattery website
- ^ Sandford Primitive Methodist Chapel , GB/NNAF/C62829 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O85461), National Register of Archives, The National Archives.
- ^ Hampshire and Isle of Wight, The Domesday Book online.
- ^ Nelsons' Hand-book to the Isle of Wight: Its History, Topography, and Antiquities with notes upon its principal seats, churches, manor houses, legendary and political associations, geology and picturesque localities especially adapted to the wants of the tourists and excursionist, William Henry Davenport Adams, J. Nelson & Sons, 1864.
- ^ LIST OF BRICKMAKING SITES, Isle of Wight Brickmaking History, Isle of Wight Industrial Archaeology Society.