Farnsfield is twinned with the French village of Andouillé.

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A "History of Farnsfield" was published in 2000 by the Farnsfield Millennium Trust and an aural History was compiled with recordings and transcripts, copies of which were given to the local schools. A copy available in the Library is illustrated by local artist Barbara Coulam.

A post windmill was recorded near the Junction Inn, the property of Bower.[5]

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The village is located 4 miles (6.4 km) north west of Southwell. According to the United Kingdom Census 2001 it had a population of 2,681.[2]

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The parish church of St Michael was rebuilt in 1859–60 following a fire.

On 6 July 1944 an RAF Halifax bomber MZ519-LKU crashed on the south side of the village on its return to RAF Burn near York. The Halifax had been on a mission to destroy a V1 flying bomb site in Nazi-occupied France. All on board were killed. The site of the crash has a large memorial set before of a copse of English oaks and Canadian maples dedicated to the Canadian and English crewmen.

There was a tower windmill on Siding Lane (grid reference SK644572) shown on a map of 1898[4] as an 'old windmill'. It was recorded as a shell in August 1935, with the cap and fantail gone. The mill was owned at some time by a miller called Whitehead, who also milled at Edingley watermill. When in use, it was powered by a gas engine.

Farnsfield is a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire in Sherwood Forest. It is in the local government district of Newark and Sherwood. The population of the civil parish as at the 2011 Census was 2,731.[1]

In 1944, an RAF Halifax bomber MZ519-LKU crashed on the south side of the village. All on board were killed. The site of the crash has a large memorial.

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Sir Augustus Charles Gregory, Australian explorer, was born in Farnsfield.[6]

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