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Blindcrake Civil Parish


Blindcrake Civil Parish is in the Allerdale district of Cumbria and includes the village of Blindcrake, and the hamlets of Isel, Redmain, and Sunderland. The parish had a population of 348 at the time of the 2011 Census.

Isel Parish, 1848 Listed Buildings and Monuments in Blindcrake Civil Parish
from http://www.blindcrake.org.uk/
Blindcrake Civil Parish
- "Blindcrake Parish Council exists to represent the interests of all residents of the villages, hamlets and dwellings within the geographical area which comprises the Parish of Blindcrake. The Council levies ...

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Blindcrake
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Blindcrake
- Overview About Blindcrake Map Street View   Blindcrake is a village and civil parish within the Isel Valley, in the Lake District National Park and in the Allerdale district of ...
Isel
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Isel
- Overview About Isel Map Street View Isel is a sparsely populated and dispersed settlement in Cumbria, located by the River Derwent and about 4 miles north-east of Cockermouth. Isel (sometimes ...
Redmain
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Redmain
- Overview About Redmain Map Street View Redmain is a hamlet in Cumbria, located about two and a half miles north-east of Cockermouth, and just under two miles south-east of the ...
Sunderland
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Sunderland
- Overview About Sunderland Map Street View Sunderland is a hamlet in the Allerdale district of Cumbria, located about 4½ miles north-east of Cockermouth. In the past Sunderland was a township ...

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