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List of civil parishes in Nottinghamshire

 

List of civil parishes in Nottinghamshire

This is a list of civil parishes in the ceremonial county of Nottinghamshire, England.

Contents

  • Ashfield 1
  • Bassetlaw 2
  • Broxtowe 3
  • Gedling 4
  • Mansfield 5
  • Newark and Sherwood 6
  • Nottingham 7
  • Rushcliffe 8
  • Notes 9
  • References 10
  • See also 11
  • External links 12

Ashfield

The former Hucknall Urban District, Kirkby in Ashfield Urban District and Sutton in Ashfield Urban District are unparished.

Bassetlaw

The former East Retford Municipal Borough and part of the former Worksop Municipal Borough are unparished.

Broxtowe

Part of the former Beeston and Stapleford Urban District is unparished.

Gedling

Part of the former Arnold Urban District and Carlton Urban District are unparished.

Mansfield

The former Mansfield Municipal Borough and Mansfield Woodhouse Urban District are unparished.

Newark and Sherwood

The whole of the district is parished.

Nottingham

The former Nottingham County Borough is unparished.

Rushcliffe

The former West Bridgford Urban District is unparished.

Notes

  1. Formerly Arnold Urban District [4]
  2. Formerly Basford Rural District [5]
  3. Formerly Beeston and Stapleford Urban District [6]
  4. Formerly Bingham Rural District [7]
  5. Formerly Carlton Urban District [8]
  6. Formerly East Retford Municipal Borough [9]
  7. Formerly East Retford Rural District [10]
  8. Formerly Eastwood Urban District [11]
  9. Formerly Hucknall Urban District [12]
  10. Formerly Kirkby in Ashfield Urban District [13]
  11. Formerly Mansfield Municipal Borough [14]
  12. Formerly Mansfield Woodhouse Urban District [15]
  13. Formerly Newark Municipal Borough [16]
  14. Formerly Newark Rural District [17]
  15. Formerly Nottingham County Borough [18]
  16. Formerly Southwell Rural District [19]
  17. Formerly Sutton in Ashfield Urban District [20]
  18. Formerly Warsop Urban District [21]
  19. Formerly West Bridgford Urban District [22]
  20. Formerly Worksop Municipal Borough [23]
  21. Formerly Worksop Rural District [24]

References

  1. ^ District Council notices of the change of name of a parish 2007
  2. ^ The Nottinghamshire (District Boundaries) Order 1987
  3. ^ The Newark and Sherwood (Parish Electoral Arrangements) Order 2008
  4. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Arnold Urban District
  5. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Basford Rural District
  6. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Beeston and Stapleford Urban District
  7. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Bingham Rural District
  8. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Carlton Urban District
  9. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : East Retford Municipal Borough
  10. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : East Retford Rural District
  11. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Eastwood Urban District
  12. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Hucknall Urban District
  13. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Kirkby in Ashfield Urban District
  14. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Mansfield Municipal Borough
  15. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Mansfield Woodhouse Urban District
  16. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Newark Municipal Borough
  17. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Newark Rural District
  18. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Nottingham County Borough
  19. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Southwell Rural District
  20. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Sutton in Ashfield Urban District
  21. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Warsop Urban District
  22. ^ a Vision of Britain Through Time : West Bridgford Urban District
  23. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Worksop Municipal Borough
  24. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Worksop Rural District

See also

External links

  • Office for National Statistics : Geographical Area Listings
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