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Pennington Civil Parish


Pennington is a rural civil parish in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, located about 1 mile west of Ulverston and 7 miles north-east of Barrow-in-Furness. The largest settlements are the villages of Swarthmoor and Loppergarth. There are also several hamlets in the parish, including Carkettle, Cross-a-Moor, Harlock, Horace, Holebiggerah, Pennington, Rathmoss, and Walthwaite.

Civil Parishes in Cumbria Swarthmoor Pennington Castle Hill, Pennington
from https://penningtonpc.co.uk/
Pennington Parish Council
- "...Pennington is a rural parish with a population of 2,008 people on the Furness Peninsula in the county of Cumbria. Before 1974 it was part of Lancashire. The parish ...

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Pennington
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Pennington
Castle Hill, Pennington
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Castle Hill, Pennington
- Overview Map Street View Castle Hill is the earthwork remains of a medieval ringwork castle, overlooking the valley of Pennington Beck in Cumbria. Castle Hill is a Scheduled Monument.
Swarthmoor
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Swarthmoor
- Overview About Swathmoor Map Street View Swarthmoor is a village located to the south-east of Ulverston in the South Lakelands district of Cumbria. Prior to 1850 there were just a ...

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