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Pittington Civil Parish


Pittington Civil Parish in County Durham is located to the north-east of the city of Durham. The parish incorporates the villages of Littletown, Low Pittington and High Pittington (which extends into the hamlet Hallgarth). The population of the parish was 2,534 at the time of the 2011 Census.
Civil Parishes in County Durham Hallgarth High Pittington Historic Buildings and Monuments in Pittington Civil Parish Pittington Parish, 1848
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Pittington Parish Council
- Official Website of Pittington Parish Council.

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High Pittington
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High Pittington
- Overview Map Street View High Pittington is a village in County Durham, located about 4 miles north-east of the city of Durham. The village extends into the hamlet of Hallgarth. ...
Hallgarth
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Hallgarth
- Hallgarth is a hamlet ajoining the south of the village of High Pittington in County Durham.  HALL-GARTH, in the parish of Pittington, S. division of Easington ward, union, and N. ...
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Pittington - Local History
- "The village of Pittington lies to the north-east of Durham city. There is evidence of settlement in the area from over 4000 years ago. A number of simple flint tools ...

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