Frognall


Frognall

Frognall is a small village lying North East of Deeping St James in Lincolnshire, England. It is located on Spalding road , the B1525 on its route Northwards from Deeping towards the Deeping bypass and on to Spalding. Although it is not generally considered one of the constituent settlements within the Deepings, its geographical location within the civil and ecclesiastical parish of Deeping St James renders it inevitable that it be considered part of Deeping.

The village is known locally for 'The Goat' and the 'Rose Inn' [http://www.therosefrognall.co.uk] public houses.


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