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Rockcliffe Civil Parish


Settlements: the village of Rockcliffe and hamlets of Rockcliffe Cross, Metal Bridge, Todhills, Harker, Low Harker and Harker Road Ends.

Civil Parishes in Cumbria Rockcliffe Rockcliffe Cross Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rockcliffe, Cumbria Rockcliffe Castle Township, 1848 Rockcliffe Parish, Cumberland, 1848
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Rockcliffe Parish Council
- "Rockcliffe is a village pleasantly situated by the Northern Banks of the River Eden on the upper tidal reaches of the Solway Firth around 4 miles North West of Carlisle ...

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Rockcliffe
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Rockcliffe
- Overview About Rockcliffe Map Street View Rockcliffe is a village in the City of Carlisle district of Cumbria, located near the River Eden, about 4 miles north-west of the centre ...
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Rockcliffe
- "Ancient parish in Cumberland ward, Cumberland, embracing townships of Rockcliffe Castletown and Rockcliffe Churchtown, latter including Rockcliffe village and settlements of Harker and Todhills....manor of Rockcliffe held under barony ...

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Rockcliffe Cross
- Overview About Rockcliffe Cross Map Street View Rockcliffe Cross is a hamlet in the City of Carlisle district of Cumbria, located about 1 mile north-west of the village of Rockcliffe ...

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