1 edition of Weardale Rural District, County Durham found in the catalog.
Weardale Rural District, County Durham
|Statement||Photographs by Arthur Philipson.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.W386 W4 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 60 p.|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||72180583|
Postcodes in Weardale, County Durham. County Durham Download CSV data (for use in Excel etc) Postcode KML (for use in Google Earth) Area KML; This page provides postcode data for the Weardale UK ward. Weardale contains approximately 3, households with a population of about 8, ( census) Other wards in this Unitary Authority. The top occupations listed by people in Weardale are Professional %, Skilled trades %, Managers, directors and senior officials %, Caring, leisure and other service %, Administrative and secretarial %, Associate professional and technical %, Elementary %, Process, plant and machine operatives %, Caring personal.
In this revised and expanded second edition of Durham County, Jean Bradley Anderson extends her sweeping history of Durham from the seventeenth century to the end of the beyond traditional local histories, which tend to focus on powerful families, Anderson integrates the stories of well-known figures with those of ordinary men and women, blacks and whites, to create a complex Cited by: Boasting a lovely rural setting, this spacious detached house is a great base for exploring the city of Durham and the Durham Dales. "Perfectly situated in the picturesque Durham Dales on the cusp of the Weardale Valley and surrounded by fields and countryside High Bank Farm truly is the most idyllic location for guests wishing to really /10(8).
The history of the district can be explored just by tramping around, but there are several places that provide a particular insight into Weardale’s past: Ireshopeburn has the Weardale Museum and what claims to be the world’s oldest Methodist Chapel – John Wesley visited the area frequently. Book Now. About Dowfold House. Dowfold House Luxury Bed and Breakfast is a comfortable, peaceful Victorian house in a quiet rural location overlooking Crook, in Weardale, County Durham. Built in for Joseph Pease, local mine owner and first Quaker MP, Dowfold House commands wonderful views over the Wear Valley and beyond to Weardale and the.
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Coordinates Weardale was a rural district in County Durham, England from to It was formed under the Local Government Act as a successor to the Weardale rural sanitary district.
It originally consisted of the parishes of Edmondbyers, Hunstanworth, was expanded in by taking in parts of parishes in the disbanded Auckland Rural District, and also adding Stanhope which. The Weardale Way (Cowshill to Sunderland Bridge) The Weardale Way between Cowshill and Sunderland Bridge in County Durham (near Croxdale) is around 45 miles (72km) long.
It has recently been freshly waymarked including wooden fingerposts where the route meets a road. My Durham See Covid (coronavirus) testing to find out where this is taking place and whether you are eligible to book a test.
Follow us on Facebook or Twitter or see Changes to services throughout the coronavirus outbreak to see latest updates on our services, events and venues. Let's move to Teesdale and Weardale, County Durham It's as remote and rugged as you can get in England, with tiny market towns that deserve Author: Tom Dyckhoff.
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Name: Weardale, County Durham Place County Durham book Valley Location: Grid Ref: NY • X/Y co-ords:• Lat/Long:"Perfect for exploring this beautiful part of County Durham Curlew Cottage stands detached part way up a hill and boasts brilliant views across the rolling countryside and hills of the county.
Built in the s and with views to the rear extending over the hills of Weardale Curlew Cottage is traditional warm and welcoming.
Ideal for a couple wanting to enjoy a quiet rural break in a very /10(9). Weardale has a fascinating history which is brought to life by two award winning museums: Killhope, the North of England Lead Mining Museum; and the Weardale Museum and High House Chapel. Hamsterley Forest is also on the doorstep, with 2, hectares of woodland's offering numerous mountain biking, walking and horse riding trails to suit all.
Welcome to Weardale for some of the best accommodation in the North East of England. If you are looking for a hotel, bed & breakfast, self catering or camping accommodation in County Durham or The North Pennines (AONB) Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty then be sure to check out our '.
Rural/secluded; Property type Properties for sale in Weardale. 1 - 20 of 49 Save your search Get instant alerts. Sign up for email alerts Be the first to know about new properties matching your search criteria County Durham.
Outstanding detached freehold Tea Rooms and Bed & Breakfast situated in County Durham. This property offers. Weardale, Durham [Bibliography] Up to A building at the east side of Upper Town, Wolsingham, was purchased in for use as a workhouse. A parliamentary report in recorded it as having accommodation for up to 60 inmates.
Civil parishes. The central area of the City of Durham (the area covered by the pre City of Durham and Framwelgate) was not parished at the time the district existed, however a civil parish called City of Durham was formed in Those parts of the district formerly part of Durham Rural District or Brandon and Byshottles Urban District are all : non-metropolitan district, borough, city.
Weardale was once the hunting ground of County Durham's Prince Bishops. Eastgate and Westgate marked the boundary of the Stanhope Deer Park where the famous 'Great Chases' were held.
The village of Stanhope is the largest in Upper Weardale and is a good base from which to explore the North Pennines. One of the highlights is the Stanhope Fossil. The Upper Weardale valley in County Durham is a rugged area of countryside that is relatively unknown. With many similarities to the Yorkshire Dales, the Durham Dales including Weardale and Teesdale have a remote feel, and yet are only 30 miles from Newcastle, Durham, Hadrian's Wall, North Yorkshire and the Lake District/5(11).
Book on Tripadvisor in Westgate - 11 Reviews, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms for AU$ per week/5(11). Darlington is a charming market town on the banks of the River Skerne, and a must-see during your stay in a County Durham holiday cottage. It grew as an industrial centre in the 19th century, thanks to investment by wealthy Quaker families, and played a role in the birth of the railway when George Stephenson’s engine Locomotion No.1 travelled through the town.
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District Commissioner: Alan Mangles: Darlington and District. District Commissioner: Richard Chambers District Website: Derwentside. District Commissioner: Jason Wise District Website: Durham City and District. District Commissioner: Kieren Stephenson and Simon Kemp District Website: Gateshead and District.
No smoking.\n Perfect for exploring this beautiful part of County Durham Curlew Cottage stands detached part way up a hill and boasts brilliant views across the rolling countryside and hills of the county. Built in the s and with views to the rear extending over the hills of Weardale Curlew Cottage is traditional warm and welcoming/10(10).
Coordinates Durham was a rural district in County Durham, England from to It was created under the Local Government Act based on the Durham rural sanitary district and covered an area around the City of Durham, which was a municipal borough.
It was abolished in under the Local Government Act and went to form part of the new City of Durham district.
Name: Weardale Forest, County Durham Place type: Other Landcover Location: Grid Ref: NY • X/Y co-ords:• Lat/Long: ,Weardale Adventure Centre is located in the North Pennines in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Situated just an hour from Newcastle, Durham and the Lake District, Ireshopeburn finds itself situated in a rural location within County Durham.
Our Centre is set in a picturesque site boasting 5 acres of grounds.Read "Exploring Durham History: Western County Durham, Weardale and Teesdale" by Philip Nixon, Denis Dunlop available from Rakuten Kobo. One of three smaller, more specific e-books, abridged from Philip Nixon's Exploring Durham History.
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