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Farnsfield is a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire in Sherwood Forest. It is in the local government district of Newark and Sherwood.In 1944, an RAF Halifax bomber MZ519-LKU crashed on the south side of the village. All on board were killed. The site of the crash has a large memorial.LocationThe village is located 4mi north west of Southwell. According to the United Kingdom Census 2001 it had a population of 2,681.History and amenitiesThe parish church of St Michael was rebuilt in 1859-60 following a fire.To the south of the village, along the footpath to Oxton, is a small Roman marching camp, a small Roman fort. One mile south west of the village is a small oval earthwork at Combs Farm. Encircled by a bank and ditch it appears (from excavated material) to be Romano-British in origin. Two ditches in a wood at Camp Hill, 1½ miles north east of Farnsfield are the remaining traces of an Iron Age earthwork, a hillfort, which was estimated in the 18th century to have been 40acre in area.
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