Willingham by Stow, which was mentioned in the Domesday book, is six miles south of Gainsborough and twelve miles north of Lincoln. It has always been a mainly arable farming community with twenty farmers working the land in the late 19th century compared with just a handful now. St.Helen's church dates from the 11th century with registers that document events as far back as 1562 . The Methodist Chapel on High Street (No longer a place of worship) was built in 1885. There have been many business's in the village over the years but now there are two pubs, The Half Moon and The Fox and Hounds, plus the Howson Care Centre which is situated on Marton Lane. Lord Hawke was born in Willingham Rectory (1860)
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sings romantic songs from the 40's and 50's to celebrate
100 years of the Royal Air Force
Three Hundred & Sixty Five Days of
Eddy And Louise
Saturday June 16th
The Half Moon
Willingham by Stow

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Details of recent planning applications/decisions that have been, or are being considered by Willingham Parish Council, can be found HERE

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Willingham by Stow, Lincolnshire