Dalton Piercy

Dalton Piercy is a village in the Borough of Hartlepool and the ceremonial county of County Durham. It is located about 2 miles west of Harlepool and close the the village of Elwick. Following the Norman Conquest, Dalton was once part of the manor of Hart granted to Robert de Brus. Later it belonged to the Balliol family. 'Piercy' was added to the village name in the 13th century when Ellen, daughter of Ingram de Balliol married William de Percy, Duke of Northumberland. Dalton Piercy is notable for it's ‘two-row’ village green, which during medieval times was gated at each end to keep in the cattle.[1]

Dalton Piercy is a village and civil parish in the borough of Hartlepool and the ceremonial county of County Durham, in England. The population of the civil parish taken at the 2011 Cernsus was 289. It is situated 1 mile east of the A19 and 1 mile to the west of Hartlepool.

Local Area

Dalton Piercy is situated just north of industrialised Teesside. The village has a village hall but no shops. Most of the houses are built around a central village green, with some modern cul-de-sacs to the west of the village.

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Cottages at Dalton Piercy

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Dalton Piercy Parish Council
- The Website of the Parish Council includes information about the village, its history and a gallery of photos.

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