Church Laneham is a hamlet in Nottinghamshire, England. It is located 9 miles east of Retford, on the west bank of the tidal section of the River Trent. The hamlet is within the Laneham civil parish, and is ½ mile to the east of Laneham. It was an estate village of the Bishop of York, and the location of a ferry crossing of the river, commemorated by the name of the public house The Ferry Boat Inn. It is in the Tuxford and Trent ward of Bassetlaw Council.
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