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Corbridge Civil Parish


Corbridge Civil Parish is located in the south of Northumberland, by the River Tyne, a short distance east of Hexham and about 15 miles west of Newcastle. The large village of Corbridge is the largest settlement in the parish. The smaller settlement of Aydon is to the north of Corbridge, whilst Dilston and Linnels are located to the south of the River Tyne. The population of the parish was 3,672 at the time of the 2011 Census.

Civil Parishes in Northumberland Linnels Dilston Corbridge Aydon Corbridge Parish, 1848 Great Whittington Township, 1848 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Corbridge Civil Parish Little Whittington Township, 1848 Thornborough Township (Corbridge), 1848
from http://www.corbridge.ukpc.net/
Corbridge Parish Council
- "...Perched above the River Tyne, in the rural beauty of Roman Wall country, the village is both a lively, modern community and a heritage treasure. It supports many businesses including ...

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Corbridge
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Corbridge
- Overview About Corbridge Map Timeline Street View Corbridge is a large village by the River Tyne, located about 3 miles east of Hexham and 17 miles west of Newcastle. Corbridge ...
Aydon
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Aydon
- Overview About Aydon Map Street View   Aydon is a village in Northumberland, England. It is about 2 miles (3 km) northeast of Corbridge on the B6321 road. The village ...
Dilston
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Dilston
- Dilston is a small settlement located by the Devil's Water, just over a mile south-west of Corbridge in Northumberland.
Linnels
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Linnels
- Overview Map Street View Linnels is a hamlet by Devil's Water, located about a mile and a half south-east of Hexham and 3 miles south-west of Corbridge.

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