Bryning-with-Warton is a civil parish in the Fylde district of Lancashire, England. It includes the hamlets of Bryning (at gbmapping|SD399299), Kellamergh (at gbmappingsmall|SD403292) and the village of Warton at gbmappingsmall|SD412285. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 3,572.

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