South Clifton is a small rural village in North Nottinghamshire which can be reached from the Newark to Gainsborough road, where it nestles between the A1133 and the River Trent. It is approximately 10 miles from each of these towns to the south and north and from Lincoln to the east.
South Clifton is a welcoming, vibrant community of approximately 250 residents and 120 buildings, with farms, small holdings and residential housing all mixed in together.
The village history goes back to at least 1300 and it known that King Edward I and his wife Eleanor of Castile crossed the River Trent at, what was then, the local river crossing. More of the history of the village is revealed in the various house names that still exist, The Old Saddlery, The Old Bakery, The Manor House, The Old Sugar Store to name just a few. The village has a number of clubs and organisations which will always welcome new residents.
It boasts a number of facilities, including North Clifton Primary School, The Coronation Hall, St George the Martyr Church and The South Clifton and District Sports Association Sports Pavilion and ground that includes a childrens’ play area as well as junior and senior football pitches. The Pavilion also includes the Red Lion, a community run bar at the sports pavilion which opens regularly once a week and is the venue for the reduce plastics and Eco friendly products Refill Station.
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