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Tillside Civil Parish


Tillside is a civil parish in the county of Northumberland, covering the area around the River Till. In May 2003 Chatton and Chillingham Parish Councils merged with Lilburn Parish to form Tillside Parish.[1] In the 2011 Census the population for Chatton was recorded as 338 and for Lilburn as 138.

Civil Parishes in Northumberland Chillingham River Till Chatton Newtown, Northumberland (near Chillingham) Lilburn Grange Horton (Wooler) Amersidelaw Lilburn Broomhouse (Tillside) East Lilburn Fowberry Hazlerigg Hepburn Chatton Parish, 1848 Chillingham Parish, 1848 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Tillside Civil Parish
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Tillside Parish Council
- "....Covering an area situated on and around the River Till, about 15 miles north of Alnwick, 20 miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed and bordered by the Cheviots and the beautiful Northumberland ...

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River Till
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River Till
- The River Till is one of a number of tributaries of the River Tweed, but the only one to flow completely in England. The Till iself has several tributaries including, ...
Chillingham
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Chillingham
- Overview About Chillingham 1872 Description Map Street View Chillingham Castle Italian Gardens St Peter's Church West Lodge East Lodge Chillingham Park Wild Cattle Deer Sheds Fountain Hepburn Bastle Chillingham is ...
Chatton
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Chatton
- Overview About Chatton Map Street View   Chatton is a village in Northumberland, in England. It is roughly 6km to the east of Wooler. History A rock overhang at nearby ...
Hepburn
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Hepburn
- Overview Map Hepburn is a hamlet in Northumberland, historically within the parish of Chillingham, now Tillside . It had been a larger medieval village, but this was largely deserted by the ...
Horton (Wooler)
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Horton (Wooler)
- Overview About Horton Map Street View Horton, 3 miles north-east of Wooler in Northumberland, is comprised of the hamlets of East Horton and West Horton, which are divided by Horton ...
Lilburn
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Lilburn
- Area: 16.4 km2 Population: 106 (2001 Census), 138 (2011 Census), 130 (2021 Census)Main settlements: East Lilburn, Newtown, Lilburn Tower, Lilburn Grange LILBURN (EAST and WEST), two townships in Eglingham parish, Northumberland; on and near ...
Fowberry
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Fowberry
- Overview Map Street View Fowberry is a hamlet situated by the River Till in Northumberland, located about 3 miles east of Wooler and a mile north-west of Chatton. There was ...
Hazlerigg
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Hazlerigg
- Overview Map Street View South Hazlerigg, Hazlerigg Mill and North Hazlerigg are farms / hamlets, which are located roughly 5 miles north-east of Wooler and 3 miles north of the ...
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Amersidelaw
- Overview Map Street View Amersidelaw is a farm complex located about ½ mile south-east of Chatton in Northumberland. It is located near Amersidelaw Moor (aka Amerside Law). There are pre-historic ...
Broomhouse (Tillside)
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Broomhouse (Tillside)
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East Lilburn
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Lilburn Grange
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Lilburn Grange
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Newtown, Northumberland (near Chillingham)
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Newtown, Northumberland (near Chillingham)
- NEWTON, a township, in the parish of Chillingham, union of Glendale, E. division of Glendale ward, N. division of the county of Northumberland, 3½ miles (E.S E.) from Wooler; containing ...

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