Evenwood, County Durham


Evenwood is a village in County Durham situated by the River Gaunless. It is the largest settlement in the civil parish of Evenwood and Barony.

Evenwood is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated to the south west of Bishop Auckland. It is in the civil parish of Evenwood and Barony, which has a population of 2,534 falling to 2,455 at the 2011 Census.

A former coal mining village, the major pit, Randolph Colliery with its associated coke ovens, was worked between 1893 and 1962, and at its peak in 1914 employed over 1000 men.

Governance

An electoral ward in the name of Evenwood exists. This ward stretches west to Woodland with a total population of 8,114.

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Local History: Evenwood
- "The small village of Evenwood lies to the southwest of West Auckland. The earliest remains in the area date to the Mesolithic. A number of small flint tools of this ...

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Mill Cottage, Evenwood, County Durham

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Road entering Evenwood

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Semi-detached houses , Evenwood

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Coal industry memorial, Evenwood

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Monument to King Coal

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Belfry of St Paul's, Evenwood

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St Paul's Church, Evenwood

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The former Evenwood Co-op building

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Entrance to Evenwood Cemetery

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Evenwood

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Public Rights of Way junction east of Evenwood

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Mill Farm, Evenwood, County Durham

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Evenwood Recreation Ground

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- Overview About Ramshaw Map Street View Ramshaw is a village in County Durham, located about 4 miles south-west of Bishop Auckland (not to be confused with the hamlet of Ramshaw, near ...
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Two footpath stiles Evenwood

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Football Ground at Evenwood, County Durham

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The Randolph Centre Evenwood

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St. Paul's Church : Evenwood

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Wesleyan Chapel (dated 1876)

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Jacob Wright Almshouse : (dated 1885) Swan Street : Evenwood

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Evenwood Congregational Church (dated 1906)

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Copeland Lane : Checker Leazes

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Travellers Rest : Evenwood

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Evenwood

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The Green and South View, Evenwood

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Fairfield off Evenwood Lane

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Evenwood Lane

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Pipeline parallel to Evenwood Lane

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