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Healeyfield Civil Parish


Healeyfield Civil Parish in County Durham is located south-west of Consett. The largest settlement in the parish is the village of Castleside, which is situated in the western part of the Coalfield Valley. The parish also includes the smaller settlements of Rowley, parts of Knitsley and Healeyfield. The population of Healeyfield Civil Parish was 1,544 at the time of the 2011 Census.

Civil Parishes in County Durham Healeyfield Castleside Rowley Knitsley Historic Buildings and Monuments in Healeyfield Civil Parish
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Healeyfield Parish Council
- "....The Healeyfield Parish surrounds the Castleside village area, which is two miles south west of Consett and one mile south of the river Derwent, straddling the A68. Because of its ...

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Castleside
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Castleside
Knitsley
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Knitsley
- Knitsley is a distributed hamlet located to the south of Consett in County Durham. It consists of the farms/hamlets of High Knitsley, Low Knitsley, Knitsley Mill, East Knitsley Grange and West Knitsley Grange. ...
Rowley
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Rowley
- Overview Map Street View Rowley is a village in County Durham, located 2 miles south-west of Consett and ½ mile south of Castleside. The village includes a number of dwellings ...
Healeyfield
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Healeyfield

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