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Stanley Town Council


Whilst the parish is centered on the Town of Stanley itself, it also includes the surrounding villages of Annfield Plain, Catchgate, Harelaw, Harperley, Greencroft, Oxhill, New Kyo, East Kyo, West Kyo, Craghead and the Middles, South Moor, Quaking Houses, East Stanley, South Stanley, Shield Row, Kip Hill, Coppy, Causey, Tanfield, Tanfield Lea, Clough Dene, Tantobie, Sleepy Valley, White-le-Head and part of Flint Hill.[1]

Civil Parishes in County Durham Greencroft White-le-Head Annfield Plain Clough Dene Harelaw Catchgate Tanfield Lea Stanley Harperley No Place Craghead West Kyo South Moor Tantobie New Kyo East Kyo Tanfield Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stanley
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Stanley Town Council
- Official Website of the council, including details of services etc. "Stanley Town Council was created by Statutory Instrument (No: 1185, Local Government, England) dated the 11th April 2007 in direct ...

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Stanley
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Stanley
- Overview About Stanley Map Street View   Stanley is a former colliery town and civil parish in County Durham, England. Centred on a hilltop between Chester-le-Street and Consett, the town ...
Tanfield
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Tanfield
- Overview History Map Tanfield is a former mining village near Stanley in County Durham. The village has a long history, including a church daing back to the 10th century. The ...
South Moor
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South Moor
- Overview About South Moor Map Street View Near Stanley in County Durham. South Moor is a village in County Durham, in England. It is located to the south-west of Stanley ...
Annfield Plain
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Annfield Plain
- Overview About Annfield Plain Map Annfield Plain is a village in County Durham, located between Stanley and Consett. The village's past is strongly associated with coal mining, which can be ...
Catchgate
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Catchgate
- Overview About Catchgate Map Street View   Catchgate is a former mining village in County Durham, England. It has a population of approximately 3,000 people. Its nearest town is Stanley, ...
Clough Dene
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Clough Dene
Craghead
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Craghead
- Overview About Craghead Map Street View   Craghead is a former mining village in County Durham, England. It is located at the bottom of the valley to the south of ...
Greencroft
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Greencroft
Harelaw
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Harelaw
- Overview Map Street View Harelaw is a village just north of Annfield Plain and West Kyo in County Durham. The former mining village has a number of notable Victorian buildings, including ...
East Kyo
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East Kyo
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New Kyo
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New Kyo
- Overview About New Kyo Map Street View   New Kyo is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated close to the A693 road between Annfield Plain and ...
West Kyo
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West Kyo
- Overview About West Kyo Map Street View West Kyo is a small village near Annfield Plain in County Durham. The village's past is closely linked with coal mining, and West Kyo ...
No Place
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No Place
- Overview About No Place Map Street View No Place (also known as Co-operative Villas) is a small village close to Beamish near the town of Stanley in County Durham. Some ...
Tantobie
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Tantobie
White-le-Head
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White-le-Head
- White-le-Head is a village in County Durham, immediately to the west of Tantobie.
Tanfield Lea
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Tanfield Lea
- Overview About Tanfield Lea Map Street View   Tanfield Lea is a village north of Stanley, County Durham, England, and south of Tantobie. Religious sites There is a Methodist Church, ...
Harperley
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Harperley
- Overview About Harperley Map Street View   Harperley is a small village in County Durham, England. It is situated between Tantobie to the north east, Tanfield Lea to the east, ...

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