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List of civil parishes in England

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List of civil parishes in England

This is a list of civil parishes in England split by ceremonial county. The civil parish is the lowest level of local government.


Unparished areas

In addition to the London Boroughs (except Westminster) and the City of London, the following districts are entirely unparished : Blackpool, Bristol, Broxbourne, Bury, Cambridge, Crawley, Derby, Dudley, Eastbourne, Epsom and Ewell, Exeter, Fareham, Gosport, Harlow, Hastings, Havant, Ipswich, Kingston upon Hull, Leicester, Lincoln, Liverpool, Luton, North Tyneside, Norwich, Nottingham, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Oadby and Wigston, Poole, Portsmouth, Reading, Rochdale, Runnymede, Rushmoor, Salford, Sandwell, Southampton, South Tyneside, Spelthorne, Stevenage, Stoke-on-Trent, Tamworth, Thurrock, Walsall, Watford, Wirral, Wolverhampton, Worthing.

Additionally, the following districts only have one or two parishes : Birmingham, Bournemouth, Castle Point, Chesterfield, Christchurch, Coventry, Gateshead, Gloucester, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Oldham, Plymouth, Redditch, Stockport, Southend on Sea, Tameside, Torbay, Westminster, Woking, Worcester.

In contrast, the following districts are entirely parished : Allerdale, Arun, Aylesbury Vale, Babergh, Blaby, Bolsover, Bracknell Forest, Breckland, Broadland, Central Bedfordshire, Cherwell, Chichester, Chiltern, Cotswold, Craven, Daventry, Derbyshire Dales, Dover, East Cambridgeshire, East Devon, East Dorset, East Hampshire, East Hertfordshire, East Lindsey, East Northamptonshire, East Staffordshire, Epping Forest, Fenland, Forest of Dean, Forest Heath, Hambleton, Hart, Herefordshire, Huntingdonshire, Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Lewes, Lichfield, Maldon, Malvern Hills, Mendip, Mid Devon, Mid Suffolk, Mid Sussex, Milton Keynes, New Forest, Newark and Sherwood, North Devon, North Dorset, North East Derbyshire, North Kesteven, North Norfolk, North Somerset, North Warwickshire, Northumberland, Pendle, Purbeck, Ribble Valley, Richmondshire, Rochford, Rutland, Ryedale, St Edmundsbury, Sedgemoor, Selby, Sevenoaks, Shepway, Shropshire, South Bucks, South Cambridgeshire, South Hams, South Lakeland, South Norfolk, South Northamptonshire, South Oxfordshire, South Somerset, South Staffordshire, Staffordshire Moorlands, Stratford on Avon, Stroud, Suffolk Coastal, Tandridge, Teignbridge, Telford and Wrekin, Test Valley, Tewkesbury, Uttlesford, Vale of White Horse, Warwick, Waverley, Wealden, West Berkshire, West Devon, West Dorset, West Lindsey, West Oxfordshire, West Somerset, Wiltshire, Wokingham, Wychavon.

Additionally, the following districts are entirely parished apart from unpopulated offshore areas : Cornwall, East Riding of Yorkshire

See also

External links

  • Office for National Statistics : Geographical Area Listings
  • Hansard 1997-2000
  • Hansard 2000-2005,
  • A Vision of Britain Through Time
  • Ordnance Survey : Election Maps
  • Census 2001 : Neighbourhood Statistics
  • Electoral Commission
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