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Bellingham Civil Parish


Bellingham Civil Parish in Northumberland extends from Houxty Bridge in the south to Hareshaw Head in the north, and includes Charlton and Hesleyside in the west to Redesmouth and Lee Hall in the east. The parish had a population of 1,334 at the time of the 2011 Census.

Civil Parishes in Northumberland Bellingham Hesleyside Ealingham Redesmouth Bellingham (St. Cuthbert) Parish, 1848 Charlton East Quarter, Township, 1848 Charlton West-Quarter, 1848 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bellingham Civil Parish Tarretburn Township, 1848
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Bellingham Parish Council

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Simon Cotterill
Bellingham
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Bellingham
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Redesmouth
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Redesmouth
- Overview About Redesmouth Map Street View   Redesmouth is a village in Northumberland, England, just over 1 mile to the south-east of Bellingham. Governance Redesmouth is in the parliamentary constituency ...
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Ealingham
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Ealingham
- West Ealingham Farm is located just under 2 miles south of Bellingham in Northumberland and located towards the eastern edge of Ealingham Rigg (ridge). In the past Ealingham was a larger ...

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