Hollington, Staffordshire

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Hollington war memorial

Hollington is a village in the English county of Staffordshire. The population taken at the 2011 census was 212.[1]

The nearest town to Hollington is the market town of Cheadle.

The quarries at Hollington produce the notable red and white 'Hollington stone' (a form of sandstone[2]) which has been used for centuries in the construction of churches and stately homes.[3] It was used for the construction of the new Coventry Cathedral in the 1950s.


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Coordinates: 52°56′58″N 1°55′08″W / 52.94944°N 1.91889°W / 52.94944; -1.91889