Category:South Witham

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English: South Witham is a village in South Kesteven, Lincolnshire, situated close to the Leicestershire and Rutland borders. It is bisected by the young River Witham, about three miles to the east of its source. It is the point on the A1 where it enters Lincolnshire from the south, near The Fox Inn. On the road to Wymondham (Mill Lane) is a large limestone quarry owned by Ennstone Johnston (based at Breedon on the Hill), containing around 3.2 million tonnes of limestone. Nearby to the south is RAF Cottesmore. The church is dedicated to St John the Baptist and included in the Withams group of churches are North Witham, Stainby and Gunby.

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