Place:Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire, England

Coordinates51.9932°N 0.0382°E
Located inHertfordshire, England     (1866 - )
See alsoBarkway, Hertfordshire, Englandparish of which it was part until 1866
Ashwell Rural, Hertfordshire, Englandrural district in which it was located 1894-1935
Hitchin Rural, Hertfordshire, Englandrural district to which the parish was transferred in 1935

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Nuthampstead is a small village and civil parish in North East Hertfordshire located a few miles south of the town of Royston. In the 2001 census the parish had 139 residents.

During the Second World War, RAF Nuthampstead which is situated next to the village was used by the 398th bombardment squadron flying B17 Flying Fortresses over Europe. Visitors to the site will find that the main runways have since been removed, with a grass runway and service roads only remaining to allow the airfield to be used by light aircraft.

Barkway VOR is located at Nuthampstead Airfield.

Areas of the former airfield have been converted into a shooting ground. Since 1992, when planning permission was granted, the ground has developed to enable it to hold major championships in four international shooting disciplines.

The village has a pub/restaurant with bed and breakfast facilities, called The Woodman Outside The Woodman is a large memorial stone dedicated to the 398th squadron <>.

Nuthampstead is a civil parish in Hertfordshire. It was created out of the eastern part of Barkway parish in 1866.

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