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Our total circulation area
of over 25,000 households
covers the south of Lincoln's commuter settlements
The Heathcliff View
Delivered to. Waddington and Bracebridge Heath
The Sheepwash Times
Delivered to. Heighington, Washingborough, Branston, Potterhanworth + Canwick
The Witham Herald
Delivered to. Bassingham, South Hykeham, Witham St Hughs, Carlton-le-Moorland, Aubourn, Thurlby, Thorpe-on-the-Hill, Haddington & Stapleford
The Hykeham Gazette
Delivered to. North Hykeham
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What is a Wapentake?
A good question with a fascinating answer. When the Danes came to Britain in the ninth century and conquered and settled large parts of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire they subdivided the lands into administrative areas called Wapentakes. They were more or less equivalent to the Anglo Saxon ‘Hundred’ which is a far more widely recognised term today. The word derived from an assembly or meeting place, usually at a cross-roads or near a river, where literally one’s presence or a vote was taken by a show of weapons. So, you took your weapon (and only citizens could possess one) to the meeting and that gave you a say in what was decided there. It was local democracy, of a sort. Most of the settlements covered by this magazine were part of Gartree Wapentake.