Lenton may refer to:


  • Lenton, Lincolnshire, Also called Lavington
  • Lenton, Nottingham, a district of the city of Nottingham including:
    • Lenton Abbey, an administrative district
    • Lenton Priory, The remains of a medieval religious establishment
    • Lenton and Wortley Hall of residence at the University
    • Lenton railway station, a railway station built by the Midland Railway and closed in 1911
  • Lenton Bluff, a rock bluff on the north side of the mouth of Jeffries Glacier in the Theron Mountains
  • Lenton Point, a headland in the South Orkney Islands


  • John Lenton (1657–1719), an English composer, violinist, and singer
  • Lenton Parr (1924–2003), an Australian sculptor and teacher born in East Coburg, Victoria
  • Lilian Lenton (1891–1972), an English dancer, suffragist, arsonist, awarded a French Red Cross medal for actions in WWI
  • Tim Lenton, Professor in Earth System Science at the University of East Anglia
  • William Lenton, a rugby league player in the Australian competition

Other articles related to "lenton":

Lilian Lenton - Later Years
... Just before World War I Lenton met author D ... During World War I Lenton served in Serbia with the Scottish Women's Hospitals Unit and was awarded a French Red Cross medal ... Lenton later worked in the British Embassy in Stockholm ...
Swimming At The 2007 World Aquatics Championships - Records Broken - Championship Records
... Women's 100 m freestyle - Libby Lenton (53.42) (4×100 m freestyle Relay lead off) Men's 4×100 m freestyle Relay - Michael Phelps, Neil Walker, Cullen Jones, Jason Lezak (312.72) Women's 100 ...
Lenton Abbey
... Lenton Abbey is a location in Nottingham, in the Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey ward of Nottingham City Council ... Lenton Abbey adjoins Wollaton, Beeston and the University of Nottingham ... Barnabas' Church, Lenton Abbey ...
Lilian Lenton - Notoriety
... Horsley, a leading surgeon, claimed “...the Home Secretary’s attempted denial that Miss Lenton was nearly killed by the forcible feeding is worthless ... In June 1913 Lenton was arrested in Doncaster and charged as 'May Dennis' with being on the premises of an unoccupied house which had been set on fire ... the police in Leeds were searching for Lenton when an elaborate plot was hatched to enable her to escape in a delivery van, while dressed as an errand ...