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Welcome to the Nettleham Community Website.

In these extra ordinary times many people will be self isolating from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), especially the elderly and vulnerable.

The UK government website giving information about the virus is:

Worldwide nformation can be found at the World Health Organisation ( website.

It you are self isolating be aware that not all offers of help may be genuine or safe. Only respond to people you know, if in doubt call a trusted friend and discuss it with them.
CAP (Christians Against Poverty) Debt Counselling

A Nettleham branch of the UK wide CAP Debt Counselling service has been set up in Nettleham.

"If you think there is no way out of your money problems we will offer you a solution that really works. If you are struggling with debt then there is hope. We can help you."



Nettleham Medical Practice.

The method of booking appointments at the Medical Practice has changed. You can no longer phone in to make an appointment. There is a new on-line appointments service. YOU MUST REGISTER ON-LINE TO ACCESS IT.

Here is the link to their website where you can find more about it and register -

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Nettleham village is three miles north of the cathedral city of Lincoln in the East Midlands region of the U.K.
Nettleham is nestled in a cleft in hills on top of the Lincoln Edge. There have been settlements here since the bronze age. Nettleham literally means 'place of nettles'. Nettles grow where there is a presence of concentrated phosphates indicating human settlement. The probable reason for settlements here is the shallow beck flowing through it which is colonised by well fed ducks. Local folklore says the until you have fallen into the
beck you are not a true Nettlehamite.
The village centre is made up of cottages built in the local limestone.
A village green is the focus. Two large Horse Chestnut trees provide shade in the summer. A monument to the heroes of 2 world wars is flanked by 2 pubs and the Co-Op. The Co-op provides the local food and domestic products. Local businesses include hair dressers, opthalmic optician, newspaper shops, general store, numerous hair dressers and the best Fish and Chip Shop around - we even still have a Post Office.
Two schools, Nettlaham Cof E (aided) Junior School
and Nettleham Infants School, provide education for the local community and beyond.
For a small sleepy olde worlde village Nettleham is home to some high technology businesses - such as Semiconductor Test, Microwave Component suppliers development.
The Bishops Palace has just been developed as a village feature. One access is through a gate beside the Methodist Church. It is a ruin where the King of England resided during his visits to Lincoln. Lincoln at one time was the capital city of England. It was at this palace that he determined the eldest sons of the monarchy would have the title 'Prince of Wales'.
Four pubs,
The Black Horse, Plough, White Hart, Brown Cow and and two churches, All Saints - Anglican and Nettleham Methodist (NMC), and - oh yes - a tea shop on the green, form the social hub of the village.
If you like walking and would like details of walking in the area try
Walking in LincolnshireMore than 150 FREE Lincolnshire walks to download, details of all the books, maps and walking groups in the county

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