Hunningham

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Church of St. Margaret

Hunningham is a small village and civil parish in Warwickshire, England. It is 3 miles to the north-east of Leamington Spa, within the Radford Semele ward. In 2005 the village population was 198.[citation needed]

Hunningham village is part of the Manor of Hunningham. The history of the Manor of Hunningham is of great interest because it has been documented continuously for a thousand years, from the time of the Domesday Book, written in 1086, to the present day.[1]

The village public house is the Red Lion, which was refurbished in 2007 after flooding by the River Leam.[citation needed] There is local nature reserve where endangered species live.[which?] It also has a cricket club.

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  1. ^ Hunningham, in A History of the County of Warwick: Vol. 6, Knightlow Hundred, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1951), pp. 117-120.

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Coordinates: 52°18′35″N 1°27′08″W / 52.30972°N 1.45222°W / 52.30972; -1.45222