Wetheral Parish Council

  • Description

    "Wetheral Parish is the largest, in terms of population, of the 32 parishes in the Carlisle District. It covers 5518 hectares (13,635 acres) and includes the villages and hamlets of Wetheral, Wetheral Pasture, Scotby, Aglionby, Warwick-on-Eden, Warwick Bridge, Cumwhinton, Cotehill, Stripes, Great Corby, Burnrigg, Broadwath, half of Heads Nook, and also part of Durranhill, including Alexandra Drive & Barley Edge. The Parish has an approximate population of 5771. It might surprise many that this is larger than several towns in Cumbria which also have their own Parish or Town Councils, e.g. Keswick, Appleby....."
  • Owner

    Wetheral Parish Council
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  • Further information

    Link: https://www.wetheralparishcouncil.org/
    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 2 years, 9 months ago
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