WYSALL

VCH Volume: 
Nottinghamshire Vol III

 

The ancient parish of Wysall occupies 1,554 acres about 9½ miles south-east of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north by Keyworth, to the east by Widmerpool, to the south-east by Willoughby on the Wolds, to the south by Thorpe in the Glebe and Rempstone, to west by Costock and the north-west by Bunny. The north-eastern boundary is formed by the Fairham brook and the eastern by field hedges. The southern boundary is the Kingston brook or at the western end by hedges. The western boundary is mainly made up of hedges and the edges of Rough Plantation and Wysall Rough Plantation. To the north-west the boundary is marked by a hedge, Wysall Road and Windmill Hill. The ecclesiastical boundary was extended when Thorpe in the Glebe was added to Wysall parish.

 

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