Knotting, Bedfordshire

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Knotting
KnottingSML.jpg
St. Margaret's Church in Knotting
Knotting is located in Bedfordshire
Knotting
Knotting
Knotting shown within Bedfordshire
OS grid reference TL001136
Civil parish
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Region
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town BEDFORD
Postcode district MK44
Dialling code 01234
Police Bedfordshire
Fire Bedfordshire and Luton
Ambulance East of England
EU Parliament East of England
UK Parliament
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UK
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Bedfordshire
52°15′00″N 0°32′00″W / 52.25°N 0.5333°W / 52.25; -0.5333Coordinates: 52°15′00″N 0°32′00″W / 52.25°N 0.5333°W / 52.25; -0.5333

Knotting is a small village in Bedfordshire, located near the border with Northamptonshire. Nearby places are, Sharnbrook, Podington, Odell, Melchbourne, Yielden, Newton Bromswold, Souldrop and Rushden over the border in Northamptonshire.

Population[edit]

The parish was covered by the 2001 UK Census but was combined with neighbouring Souldrop. In 2001, there was a combined population of 269 people - in 110 households.[1] In 1831, there were just 135 inhabitants of Knotting alone, therefore it is possible that the population has not really altered.[2]

It is in the civil parish of Knotting and Souldrop.

Parish Church[edit]

The Parish Church is partly of 12th century Norman construction, including a chancel arch with carved decoration, and is dedicated to St Margaret.[3] The registers date from 1592[4] and many of these are deposited at the Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service. The church was vested with the Churches Conservation Trust on 1 April 2009.[5]

External links[edit]

Media related to Knotting, Bedfordshire at Wikimedia Commons

References[edit]

  1. ^ Office for National Statistics - 2001 Census
  2. ^ A Topographical Dictionary of England - Samuel Lewis - 1831
  3. ^ Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland
  4. ^ Kelly's Directory (1898)
  5. ^ http://www.visitchurches.org.uk/content.php?nID=115&newsID=31