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Millom Without Civil Parish


Millom Without is a civil parish in the Copeland district of Cumbria, located to the north of the town of Millom. Settlements in the patish include the villages of The Green, The Hill, Lady Hall and Thwaites / Hallthwaites. On the North West side of the parish is the Whicham Valley and to the South the Duddon Estuary. The population of the parish was 859 at the time of the 2011 Census.

 In 1894 Millom Above, Millom Below, Chapel Sucken and Thwaites became part of the newly formed Civil Parish of Millom Rural, which in 1934, along with boundry changes became the Civil Parish of Millom Without.

Civil Parishes in Cumbria Swinside Thwaites Hallthwaites Historic Buildings and Monuments in Millom Without Civil Parish
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Millom Without Parish Council
- "Millom Without Parish Council is situated in the Copeland constituency of South West Cumbria. The Parish footprint is either in the Lake District National Park or within what is regarded ...

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Millom Rural
- "CP in Millom parish, Allerdale above Derwent ward, Cumberland, created 1894, covering rural parts of Millom Above and Millom Below townships, most of township of Chapel Sucken (including village of ...

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Thwaites
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Thwaites
- THWAITES, a chapelry, in the parish of Millom, union of Bootle, Allerdale ward above Derwent, W. division of Cumberland, 10 miles (S.E.) from Ravenglass; containing 356 inhabitants. The living is ...
Hallthwaites
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Hallthwaites
Swinside
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Swinside
- Overview Map Swinside is a remote farm / hamlet by Swinside Fell in Cumbria, located about 2 miles west of Duddon Bridge. The Swinside Stone Circle (also known as Sunkenkirk ...

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