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Walkeringham is a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 908, increasing to 1,022 at the 2011 census. > The parish church of St Mary Magdalen is 13th century. It has one public house: The Fox and Hounds.
Southmoor lodge, employs 29 local people to care for 40 older peoples. It also has a former station house (now a private residence) and a level crossing across Station Road. The end of Station Road is cut off by the River Trent. Walkeringham's housing was extended in the mid-1960s to accommodate the workers of West Burton Power Station. The village also has a small school, which has recently been extended with a new hall (2010).
The place-name Walkeringham seems to contain an Old English personal name Walhhere, + -ingas (Old English) meaning the people of . . . ; the people called after . . . , + hām (Old English) a village, a village community, a manor, an estate, a homestead., etc, so possibly ‘village of the people of a man called Walhhere.
- "Area: Walkeringham CP (Parish)"
- "Civil Parish population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistice. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 17 April 2016.
- Pevsner, Nikolaus. 1979. The Buildings of England:Nottinghamshire. page 362. Harmondsworth, Middx. Penguin.
- J. Gover, A. Mawer & F. M. Stenton (eds.), Place Names of Nottinghamshire (Cambridge, 1940), p.41; A. D. Mills, Dictionary of English Place-Names (Oxford, 2002), p.362; E. Ekwall, Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place-names (Oxford, 1960), p.492
- National Archives: E 31/2/2/3636
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