Glinton is a village to the north of the City of Peterborough, England, United Kingdom. It has a population of 1660 (1991 Census) and consists of about 600 dwellings. It is separated from the urban sprawl of Peterborough and the new township of Werrington by the A15, the Peterborough bypass. The origin of the place name Glinton is uncertain. It may mean “village on the Glym brook” (ie. More information...
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