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Area  7.62 sq mi (19.7 km)
OS grid reference  SK949085
Region  East Midlands
Local time  Friday 6:12 AM
UK parliament constituency  Rutland and Melton
Population  815 (2001 Census)
Ceremonial county  Rutland
Country  England
Dialling code  01780
Unitary authority  Rutland
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Weather  6°C, Wind S at 13 km/h, 81% Humidity

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Empingham is a village in the county of Rutland in the East Midlands of England. The population of the civil parish was 815 at the 2001 census including Horn and increasing to 880 at the 2011 census. It lies close to the dam of Rutland Water and the A606 runs through the village. During construction, Empingham Reservoir was the name of the reservoir but it was renamed Rutland Water to preserve the name of the county which was being merged with Leicestershire.


Map of Empingham, Oakham, UK

The fine church of St Peter was a Peculiar of the see of Lincoln. When the diocese of Peterborough was created, this church remained tied to Lincoln Cathedral and the title of a Prebend there.

To the north east on the Great North Road (now A1) the Battle of Empingham was fought in 1470 as part of the Wars of the Roses. The battle is also known as Battle of Losecoat Field (or Losecote Field), supposedly because the defeated Lancastrians, when fleeing, threw off the distinguishing clothing. However the name probably predates the battle and means pigsty field. Forms of Losecote also appear as field names in other parishes in Rutland. Contemporary accounts refer to the battle site as Hornfield. An adjacent woodland is now called Bloody Oaks.


Empingham Wikipedia

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