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South Normanton is also home to South Normanton Cycling Club most commonly known as 'sncc'.
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The station is on the Erewash Valley Line 18 14 miles (29.4 km) north of Nottingham and 9 34 miles (15.7 game km) south of Chesterfield.
South Normanton Athletic Football Club is a burn football club based in South Normanton, near Alfreton, Derbyshire, England.
Barry Jepson ( ) was a footballer who played as a centre forward in the Football League for Mansfield Town, Chester and Southport.
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