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North Muskham is an elongated rural village, situated between the River Trent and the A1 north of Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire. 

It is an attractive village with a population of around 1000.

It has a primary school, a popular village pub, The Muskham Ferry, and a well used Community Centre that provides facilities to the village, and also the neighbouring communities of Bathley and South Muskham.

It has a 12th Century Church, St Wilfrid's, and the village appeared in the Domesday Book as Muscham in the hundred of Lythe.

North Muskham