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    Bingham is a market town in the Rushcliffe borough of Nottinghamshire, England. Situated nine miles (14.5 km) east of Nottingham and 11.7 miles (18.8 km) south-west of Newark-on-Trent, the town had a population of 9,131 at the 2011 UK census (up from 8,655 in 2001). In November 2013 it was named the best town in England and Wales to raise a family.

    Bingham was a location in Midlands film director Shane Meadows' film Twenty Four Seven, which contained scenes shot at Toot Hill top field, The Linear Walk and Bingham Boxing Club. Bingham has also been in two episodes of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, as well as some episodes of Crossroads, Woof! and Boon.

    Robot Wars series 3, Jungle Run and scenes from Shane Meadows' 2006 film This is England were filmed nearby on the former RAF Newton site.

    Dickinson's Real Deal was filmed at the Bingham Leisure centre in 2015 and broadcast on TV on ITV1 in March 2016.

    Although Bingham is largely a dormitory town for Nottingham, it also has a number of thriving businesses and a busy centre. The town has a shop vacancy rate of just 2% against an East Midlands average of 16%. There are 20 takeaways and places to eat, 11 hairdressers/salons, 5 estate agents and 39 other retail outlets. Bingham also provides shopping, medical and other services to those in the surrounding villages. Planning permission has been obtained to build a large supermarket near the town centre, but construction has not yet commenced. In March 2015 planning permission was granted for two other chain supermarkets.

    To the north of the town is an industrial estate with about 40 businesses. The largest include GWIBS 24/7, a privately owned company employing over 50 people in mechanical, electrical and IT services. Others include Focus Label Machinery, Trent Designs, XACT Document Solutions, the Workplace Depot (manufacturing mobile safety steps, trucks and trolleys), and Water at Work. In 2012, The Workplace Depot won a Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice. Bingham has a Business Club

    In November 2013 Bingham was named by Family Investments as the best town in England and Wales in which to bring up a family. The report cited factors such as excellent schools, childcare provision, low crime and affordable housing.

    Thomas Foster (fl. 1820s), first-class cricketer with Nottingham Cricket Club (1827–28), was reportedly born in Bingham.
    Robert Lowe, first Viscount Sherbrooke (1811–1892), was a statesman born in Bingham into the family of the Rector of the parish.
    Thomas Brown (1848–1919), first-class cricketer (Nottinghamshire), was born in Bingham.
    Philip Miles (1848–1933), first-class cricketer (Nottinghamshire), was born in Bingham.
    John Brown (born 1862), first-class cricketer (Nottinghamshire) was born in Bingham.
    Albert Widdowson (1864–1938), first-class cricketer (Derbyshire)
    Harry Churchill Beet (1873–1946), awarded a Victoria Cross for valour at Wakkerstroom, South Africa, in the Second Boer War on 22 April 1900, was born at Brackendale Farm near Bingham.
    Stafford Castledine (1912–1986), first class cricketer (Nottinghamshire), was born in Bingham.
    Mary Joynson (1924–2013), director of Barnardo's from 1973 to 1984, was born in Bingham.
    Spencer Cozens (born 1965) is a Bingham-born musician, writer and producer

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