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Easington Civil Parish


Easington is a sparsely populated civil parish on the Northumberland coast, located to the west of Belford. The Parish Council was 'dormant' (at 2017).[1] In the 1881 census the population of Easington (parish) was 152, with an additional 58 in Easington Grange (township).

Civil Parishes in Northumberland Waren Mill Easington Outchester Easington Demesne Historic Buildings and Monuments in Easington Civil Parish
Easington
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Easington
- Overview Map Street View Easington in Northumberland is a farming hamlet, located just under a mile north east of Belford. Easington is also a civil parish on the coast. EASINGTON, ...
Waren Mill
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Waren Mill
- Overview Map Street View Waren Mill is a village on the edge of Budle Bay on the coast of Northumberland. It is located 2 miles west of Bamburgh and just ...
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Local History: Easington (Northumberland)
- "The coastal parish of Easington, in north Northumberland, stretches from Budle Bay in the east to the crags of Chesters Hill near Belford. Craggy outcrops of rock also lie in ...

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Outchester
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Outchester
- Overview Map Street View Outchester is a hamlet in Northumberland, located about a mile west of Waren Mill and Budle Bay at the coast, and 2 miles east of Belford. ...

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