Real Estate in Paddockwood, Saskatchewan
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Paddockwood is a village in Saskatchewan, Canada. It was named after the town Paddock Wood in Kent, England.
In the early 1900s by a Mr. Fred Pitts emigrated to the lumberland of Canada. From a log cabin he built there as a home, he set up a post office, collecting letters and parcels on horseback for residents of the settlement. He named the settlement Paddockwood after the village he had left in England.
Paddockwood was the home of the first Red Cross hospital in the British Empire, and was set up after the First World War.
Paddockwood is served by the Paddockwood Public Library as well as the Helbig's Forest 9-hole Course Golf Club Paddockwood belongs to the Saskatchewan Provincial Constituency of Saskatchewan Rivers and the Federal Electoral District of Prince Albert.