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Cumwhitton Civil Parish


Cumwhitton Civil Parish is a rural parish in Cumbria, located about 6 miles south-east of Carlisle. The parish contains the village of Cumwhitton and surrounding hamlets, including Scarrowhill, Hornsby, Hornsby Gate,and Holmwrangle.

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Cumwhitton
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Cumwhitton
- Overview About Cumwhitton Map Street View   Cumwhitton is a small village and civil parish close to Carlisle in Cumbria, England. It lies just east of the M6 and the ...
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Cumwhitton Parish Council
- Cumwhitton Parish Council - details and minutes as part of the Cumwhitton village Website.

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Scarrowhill Farm

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Old barn near Scarrowhill

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Bramley Mead, Hornsby

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Hornsby, the approach to the settlement

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Cross roads at Hornsby Gate

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Signpost at Hornsby Gate

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Road junction at Hornsby Gate

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Holmwrangle

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Cairndale Caravan Park

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Whiteheads Hill Farm

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Poultry house, Cairnholme Farm

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