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Choppington Civil Parish


Choppington Civil Parish is located on the south side of the River Wansbeck, over the river from Ashington. It's main settlements are Choppington, Guide Post, West Sleekburn, Stakeford, and Bomarsund. The parish was previously called North Bedlington Civil Parish, on account of being located to the north of Bedlington. The name of the civil parish was changed to Choppington, effective of 1st of July 2010.

Civil Parishes in Northumberland West Sleekburn Guide Post Choppington Stakeford Historic Buildings and Monuments in Choppington Civil Parish
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Choppington Parish Council
- "Choppington Parish Council is a Community Council, unique in Northumberland as the only large local Council where the services provided by the Parish Council and the level of local taxation ...

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Choppington
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Choppington
- Overview Map Street View CHOPPINGTON, a township, in the parish and division of Bedlington, union of Morpeth, county of Northumberland, 4 miles (E. by S.) from Morpeth; containing 167 inhabitants. ...
Guide Post
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Guide Post
- Overview About Guide Post Map Street View   Guide Post is a village in south east Northumberland, England, about 17 miles (27 km) north of Newcastle upon Tyne. It lies ...
Stakeford
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Stakeford
- Overview About Stakeford Map Street View Stakeford is a village in Northumberland which lies across the River Wansbeck from Ashington. Stakeford is a village in south east Northumberland, England, about ...
West Sleekburn
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West Sleekburn
- Overview Map Street View West Sleekburn is a village in Northumberland located on the south side of the River Wansbeck, opposite Ashington on the other side of the river. West ...

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