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Belmont Civil Parish

Belmont Civil Parish is situated to the north of the City of Durham. The parish is bounded on the south by Durham, on the west by the River Wear, with the parishes of Pittington and Sherburn to the North and East. The civil parish is made up of three wards, Belmont, Carrville and Gilesgate Moor. It had a population of 8,881 at the time of the 2011 Census.

Civil Parishes in County Durham Belmont Carrville Historic Buildings and Monuments in Belmont Civil Parish
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Belmont Parish Council
- "...Belmont Parish is situated in the County of Durham in the North East of England. The Parish is bounded on the South by Durham City, the River Wear forming the ...

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Simon Cotterill
  Co-Curate Page
- Belmont is a former mining village in County Durham, now a suburb of the City of Durham. It now forms the nucleus of Bemont parish, which also incorporates Carrville, Gilesgate ...
  Co-Curate Page
- Carrville is a village in County Durham, now a suburb of Durham, and part of the the parish of Belmont. It was predominantly an agricultural area until the 19th centaury ...


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