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Siddington, Cheshire Siddington is a civil parish in Cheshire, England. It consists of farms; a picnic site; Redesmere, a half-mile long lake; and the Capesthorne Estate. The village is at the crossroads of the A34 with the B5392 approximately halfway between Alderley Edge and Congleton.
Siddington, Gloucestershire Siddington is the location of the parish church of Saint Peter's, which in parts dates back to Norman times, and has an associated Church of England primary school.
Siddington, Cheshire Redesmere is a popular location for feeding ducks and other water birds, with information, parking and benches next to the water's edge.
Siddington, Gloucestershire Siddington is a village located one mile south of Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England. The population taken at the 2011 census was 1,249.
Siddington, Gloucestershire William fitzBaderon is recorded in the Domesday Book as holding one hide in Siddington (also Sudintone, Suditone, Suintone); Aswith held it in the time of King Edward, before the Norman conquest in 1066. Roger de Lacey held six hides, which his mother held as her dower-land; Godric and Leofwine held the land as two manors. Humphrey the Chamberlain also held two hides in Siddington, which Ansketil held of him, while Alweard held the land as a manor.
Siddington, Cheshire Redesmere, created as a feeder reservoir for the ornamental lakes of Capesthorne Hall in the late 18th century, once had an island. According to popular belief the island floated, and it is marked as such on the 1842 One Inch Ordnance Survey map, though the 1964 1:2500 Ordnance Survey map shows that it had become joined with the bank by then. Local legend says that it came into being as a result of a vow by a knight who believed his lady was unfaithful, and that he would not look on her face again until the island floated. Soon after he fell ill, but she remained loyal to him and nursed him back to health. There then followed a storm which tore the island from the bottom of the lake, and it floated ever since, clearing the lady's name.
Siddington, Cheshire The writer Alan Garner included a reference to the Floating Island of Redesmere in his novel "The Weirdstone of Brisingamen".
Siddington, Cheshire Angling is also popular on the lake but it is strictly controlled by Prince Albert Angling Society. It is stocked with Carp, Pike and various silverfish such as Roach and Bream.
All Saints Church, Siddington There is a memorial to Lieutenant Colonel Wilfrith Elstob VC DSO MC (1888–1918), recipient of the Victoria Cross in World War II, whose father was Vicar of All Saints.
All Saints Church, Siddington All Saints Church is in the village of Siddington, Cheshire, England. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Chester, the archdeaconry of Macclesfield and the deanery of Macclesfield. It is the Parish Church of Siddington with Capesthorne, which includes Holy Trinity, Capesthorne, and Christ Church, Eaton, and is part of the benefice of Marton, Siddington with Capesthorne and Eaton with Hulme Walfield.