Pelton Civil Parish


In the mid-19th century the Pelton district was part of Parish of Cherster-le-Street, incorporating Pelton, Urpeth, Ouston, and parts of Edmondsley.[1] The population of the area grew rapidly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in association with coal mining, including new colliery villages. Today the Civil Parish of Pelton covers Pelton, Pelton Lane Ends, Newfield, Perkinsville, Grange Villa and parts of West Pelton and High Handenhold.[2]

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Pelton Parish Council
- ".... Our mission is to deliver quality services to Residents and Businesses within Pelton, Pelton Lane Ends, Newfield, Perkinsville, Grange Villa and parts of West Pelton and High Handenhold...."

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West Pelton
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West Pelton
- Overview Map Street View West Pelton is a village in County Durham, located about 6 miles north of Durham City and 1 mile west of Pelton. The village originally developed ...
Pelton
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Pelton
- Overview About Pelton Map Street View Pelton is a village in County Durham located about 2 miles north-west of Chester-le-Street and 3 miles east of Stanley. The village forms part ...
Perkinsville, County Durham
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Perkinsville, County Durham
Grange Villa, County Durham
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Grange Villa, County Durham
- Overview About Grange Villa Map Street View   Grange Villa is a village situated in County Durham, England. It is located between the towns of Stanley and Chester-le-Street. History Grange ...
Newfield, County Durham
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Newfield, County Durham
Pelton district, 1848
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Pelton district, 1848
- PELTON, an ecclesiastical district, in the parish and union of Chester-le-Street, Middle division of Chester ward, N. division of the county of Durham, 2 miles (W. by N.) from Chester-le-Street; ...

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