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Arthuret Civil Parish


The civil parish of Arthuret in Cumbria includes the large settlement of Longtown, the smaller village of Easton, and the hamlets of Arthuret, Netherby and Carwinley.

The parish covers an area of 12,955 acres, and at the time of the 2011 census had 1,135 households with a total population of 2,470.

Civil Parishes in Cumbria Battle of Solway Moss, 1542 Arthuret Longtown Arthuret Parish, 1848 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Arthuret Civil Parish
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Arthuret Parish Council
- Official Website of Arthuret Parish Council

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Longtown
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Longtown
- Overview About Longtown Map Street View Longtown is a town in Cumbria, located close to the border with Scotland, about 8 miles north of the centre of Carlisle and 10 ...
Arthuret
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Arthuret
- Overview Map Street View Arthuret is a hamlet, located about half a mile south of Longtown in Cumbria; it had been a larger settlement in Medieval times. Aurthuet was the ...
Battle of Solway Moss, 1542
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Battle of Solway Moss, 1542
- Overview About the Battle of Solway Moss The Battle of Solway Moss took place on the 24th of November 1542 near Arthuret, about 7 miles north of Carlisle, just south ...
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Arthuret and Kirkandrews on Esk Community Plans (Draft, 2016)
- "...Welcome to the Arthuret and Kirkandrews on Esk Community Plan – a joint Community Action Plan for the parishes of Arthuret and Kirkandrews on Esk. The aim is to encourage local ...

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