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Fiskerton is a pleasant Trent side village with some fine houses along the waterfront. The village is popular in the summer with local tourists and fishermen. Until around 50 years ago there used to be a ferry from the Bromley Arms across the river to East Stoke which believed to be on the site of the Roman Fort, Ad Pontem. On that side of the river can be seen the site of the battle of Stoke Fields in 1487, the last battle of the war of the Roses. The battle saw the defeat of the Yorkists by the army of Henry VII with 7000 deaths.
Fiskerton was fairly industrialized in the mid-19th century with a lace factory and a firm making stove blackening and polish. In the summer months this is a popular venue for anglers. The wharf at Fiskerton, outside the Bromley Arms often has moored boats or barges tied up by the side. Just outside Fiskerton on the Newark Road is the impressive four storied Fiskerton Mill situated on a fast flowing stream feeding into the Trent. Herons are often to be seen by the riverside and even the occasional kingfisher which frequent the streams feeding into the Trent.
The Bromley Arms at Fiskerton is a popular riverside pub with good atmoshere. Serves Kimberley.New landlord 2004 making a real effort. Good value generous meals. Variety of bar meals based on quality and value in a warm friendly atmosphere. (Please note there is no access to the pub from the East Stoke side of the river. Riverside terrace area.
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