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Hunningham is a small village and civil parish in Warwickshire, England. It is found 3 miles to the north-east of Leamington Spa, within the Radford Semele ward. In 2005 the village population was 198.
The name Hunningham comes from ancient times meaning 'Homestead/village of Huna's people' or 'hemmed-in land of Huna's people'. Places of interest are the Red Lion public house and a local nature reserve where endangered species live. It also has a cricket club,  that is home to one of the largest youth sections in the county. In 2007 The Red Lion public house was refurbished after flooding by the River Leam. The geology of the area is clay, with gravel subsoil.
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