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East Chevington Civil Parish


The civil parish of East Chevington in Northumberland is located on the coast by Duridge Bay, about 3 miles south of the town of Amble. The main settlements in the civil parish are HadstonBroomhillRed Row and South Broomhill. The population of the parish was 3,591 at the time of the 2011 Census.

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East Chevington Parish Council
- "...The civil parish of East Chevington lies on Northumberland's North Sea coast, three miles south of the town of Amble...."

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Hadston
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Hadston
- Overview About Hadson Map Street HADSTON, a township, in the parish of Warkworth, union of Morpeth, E. division of Morpeth ward, N. division of Northumberland, 11 miles (N.N.E.) from Morpeth; ...
Broomhill
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Broomhill
- Overview Map Street View Broomhill, Northumberland, is a village located just under a mile east of Acklington. The Parks (road) runs south from North Broomhill to nearby South Broomhill, Hadstone and ...
Red Row
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Red Row
- Overview Map Street View Red Row, Northumberland, is a village located south of Broomhill and Hadston, situated close to Druridge Bay. It developed as a mining community.
South Broomhill
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South Broomhill
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Chevington and Broomhill War Memorial
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Chevington and Broomhill War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View Chevington and Broomhill War Memorial is located by the B1330 road, in the north-east corner of the churchyard of St John the Devine's Church in South Broomhill / ...

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