Warwick-on-Eden, Carlisle


Warwick is a village in the Carlisle district of Cumbria, located about 3 miles east of the city centre of Carlisle. It is located by the west bank of the River Eden, with the village of Warwick Bridge being located close by on the east bank of the Eden. Historically the village in Cumberland; the Church of St Leonard here was the parish church fot the Parish of Warwick. Today Warwick-on-Eden is part of the Wetheral Civil Parish.

Warwick-on-Eden is a small village in the Carlisle district of the county of Cumbria, England.

Location

It is located on the River Eden and also near the River Irthing and is on the A69 road about seven miles from Carlisle and about seven miles from Brampton.

Other nearby settlements

Other nearby settlements include the villages of Wetheral, Warwick Bridge, Scotby and Aglionby.

Amenities

The community was served by two places of St Leonard's Church and St. Paul's Church, however, St Leonard's Church has since closed (with the building up for sale)

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