Whittington is a village which lies approximately 3 miles south east of Lichfield in the district of Staffordshire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 2,591. The parish council is a joint one with Fisherwick. The Coventry Canal borders the village to the north and east.
Most famous for the military barracks there known locally as Whittington Barracks.
Whittington, Gloucestershire is a village in the county of Gloucestershire in England, United Kingdom.
The village is not large and the properties are spread along the main village roads. Whittington Court is one of the larger properties and was the old manor house. Set near Whittington Court is the parish church dedicated to St. Bartholomew.
The village was mentioned in Domesday. The church is early Norman architecture in origin.
The Cotswold Hills are situated nearby with Cleeve Hill rising up above the village, the Cotswold's highest point.
Whittington is a small settlement and civil parish in Lancashire, England, forming part of a cluster of sites along the Lune valley, each with evidence of a motte - as with Melling and Arkholme. This is the densest distribution of Norman castles outside of the Welsh border countryside.
Whittington Hall is a large 5-acre (20,000 m2) estate surrounding a grand hall with many out buildings