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Saundby is a village in Nottinghamshire, England two miles west of Gainsborough and lay within the civil parish of Beckingham cum Saundby. In 2011 it had become a civil parish in its own name. The parish is bordered on one side by the River Trent. The village Church of St Martin was extensively restored in 1885.
Saundby Origin – Saun+by (+by – farmstead of) Danish origin, possibly when the Danes travelled inland up the River Idle and settled in the area). Saundby is a small hamlet adjoining Beckingham with a population of approximately 100. Saundby was a village of farmstead and small holdings. At one point a cheese farm existed as a way of dealing with excess milk that arose when the school canteens were closed.
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