Meering

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Meering
Civil parish
Coordinates: 53°10′59″N 0°46′41″W / 53.183°N 0.778°W / 53.183; -0.778Coordinates: 53°10′59″N 0°46′41″W / 53.183°N 0.778°W / 53.183; -0.778
CountryEngland
Primary councilNewark and Sherwood
CountyNottinghamshire
RegionEast Midlands
StatusParish
Main settlementsnone
Government
 • EU ParliamentEast Midlands
Population
 • Total0

Meering is a geographically small civil parish in the Newark and Sherwood district of Nottinghamshire, England. With a population of zero (2001 census), it is grouped with Girton to form a parish meeting; the parish was originally an extra-parochial area, and was once populated, although not in more than single figures since census records began.[1]

The parish is bound by the Carlton Rack river to the west (which forms the border with Sutton on Trent) and to the east a lagoon and a brook separates it from Girton civil parish.

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