Place:Codicote, Hertfordshire, England

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NameCodicote
TypeParish
Coordinates51.85°N 0.233°W
Located inHertfordshire, England
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Codicote is a large village, and civil parish about seven miles (11 km) south of Hitchin in Hertfordshire, England. It has timber-framed and chequered brick houses, of special interest being the 18th-century Pond House and the half-timbered "As You Like It" Peking restaurant (formerly the George and Dragon Inn). Codicote Lodge is 18th-century and Codicote Bury 17th-century. Codicote Parish Council maintain a website for the services, businesses and amenities of the village at www.codicoteparish.net [1] The church, mostly rebuilt in 1853, retains 13th-century work in its nave and aisles. A most unusual structure north of the village is the Node Dairy and Stud, erected in 1927. It is circular in design, and thatched, with a circular courtyard and a tower which is, in fact, a silo.

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