Hemington, Leicestershire, DE74 2SQ
Date of visit: 1st February 2020
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Hemington is a village in Leicestershire, England.
In 1790, the nearby Harrington Bridge was built to create a crossing of the River Trent. The new bridge was a toll bridge and everyone except locals living in Hemington or Sawley (in Derbyshire) were required to pay the toll.
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Location – UK Postcode DE74 2SQ
Location – OS Grid Ref: 445556, 327816
Location – Latitude / Longditude: 52.845933, -1.325049
Location – Northing / Westing 552°50’45.4″N 1°19’30.1″W