List of civil parishes in Cumbria


List of civil parishes in Cumbria

This is a list of civil parishes in Cumbria, England. Most parishes have their own parish council, but some smaller parishes may have a parish meeting, or may join together as a combined parish council. Some larger parishes have town status, and so have a town council. Larger urban areas, which dominate their district, may be unparished.

Allerdale

Allerdale is entirely parished.

* Above Derwent
* Aikton
* Allhallows
* Allonby
* Aspatria (town council)
* Bassenthwaite
* Bewaldeth and Snittlegarth (parish meeting)
* Blennerhasset and Torpenhow
* Blindbothel
* Blindcrake
* Boltons
* Borrowdale
* Bothel and Threapland
* Bowness-on-Solway
* Bridekirk
* Brigham
* Bromfield
* Broughton
* Broughton Moor
* Buttermere
* Caldbeck
* Camerton
* Cockermouth (town council)
* Crosscanonby
* Dean
* Dearham
* Dundraw (parish meeting)
* Embleton and District (combined council for Embleton, Setmurthy and Wythop parishes)
* Gilcrux
* Great Clifton
* Greysouthen
* Hayton and Mealo
* Holme Abbey
* Holme East Waver
* Holme Low
* Holme St Cuthbert
* Ireby
* Keswick (town council)
* Kirkbampton
* Kirkbride
* Little Clifton
* Lorton
* Loweswater
* Maryport (town council)
* Oughterside and Allerby
* Papcastle
* Plumbland
* Seaton
* Sebergham
* Setmurthy
* Silloth-on-Solway (town council)
* St John's Castlerigg (St John's Castlerigg and Wythburn?)
* Thursby
* Underskiddaw
* Waverton
* Westnewton
* Westward
* Wigton (town council)
* Winscales
* Woodside
* Workington (town council)
* Wythop


=Barrow=

The town of Barrow-in-Furness itself is unparished.

* Askam and Ireleth
* Dalton with Newton (town council)
* Lindal and Marton


=Carlisle=

The city of Carlisle itself is unparished.

* Arthuret
* Askerton (parish meeting)
* Beaumont
* Bewcastle
* Brampton
* Burgh by Sands
* Burtholme
* Carlatton and Cumrew (combined council for Carlatton and Cumrew parishes)
* Castle Carrock and Geltsdale (combined council for Castle Carrock and Geltsdale parishes?)
* Cummersdale
* Cumrew
* Cumwhitton
* Dalston
* Farlam
* Hayton
* Hethersgill
* Irthington
* Kingmoor
* Kingwater
* Kirkandrews-on-Esk
* Kirklinton Middle
* Midgeholme
* Nether Denton
* Nicholforest
* Orton
* Rockcliffe
* St Cuthbert Without
* Scaleby
* Solport
* Stanwix Rural
* Stapleton
* Upper Denton
* Walton
* Waterhead
* Westlinton
* Wetheral

Copeland

The town of Whitehaven is unparished.

* Arlecdon and Frizington
* Bootle
* Cleator Moor (town council)
* Distington
* Drigg and Carleton
* Egremont (town council)
* Ennerdale and Kinniside
* Eskdale
* Gosforth
* Haile and Wilton
* Irton with Santon
* Lamplugh
* Lowca
* Lowside Quarter
* Millom (town council)
* Millom Without
* Moresby
* Muncaster
* Parton
* Ponsonby
* St Bees
* St Bridget Beckermet
* St John Beckermet
* Seascale
* Ulpha (parish meeting)
* Waberthwaite and Corney
* Wasdale
* Weddicar
* Whicham


=Eden=

The town of Penrith is unparished.

* Ainstable
* Alston Moor
* Appleby-in-Westmorland (town council)
* Asby
* Askham
* Bampton
* Barton
* Bolton
* Brough
* Brougham
* Brough Sowerby (parish meeting)
* Castle Sowerby
* Catterlen
* Cliburn (parish meeting)
* Clifton
* Bandleyside (combined council for Colby, Hoff and Ormside parishes)
* Crackenthorpe (parish meeting)
* Crosby Garrett (parish meeting)
* Crosby Ravensworth
* Culgaith
* Dacre
* Dufton
* Glassonby
* Great Salkeld
* Great Strickland
* Greystoke
* Hartley (parish meeting)
* Helbeck (parish meeting)
* Hesket
* Hoff
* Hunsonby
* Hutton
* Kaber
* Kings Meaburn
* Kirkby Stephen
* Kirkby Thore
* Kirkoswald and Renwick
* Langwathby
* Lazonby
* Little Strickland (parish meeting)
* Long Marton
* Lowther
* Mallerstang (parish meeting)
* Martindale (parish meeting)
* Matterdale
* Milburn
* Morland
* Mungrisdale
* Murton
* Musgrave
* Nateby (parish meeting)
* Newbiggin (parish meeting)
* Newby (parish meeting)
* Ormside
* Orton
* Ousby
* Patterdale
* Ravenstonedale
* Shap (combined council for Shap and Shap Rural parishes)
* Shap Rural
* Skelton
* Sleagill (parish meeting)
* Sockbridge and Tirril
* Soulby
* Stainmore
* Tebay
* Temple Sowerby
* Threlkeld
* Thrimby (parish meeting)
* Waitby (parish meeting)
* Warcop
* Wharton (parish meeting)
* Winton (parish meeting)
* Yanwath and Eamont Bridge

South Lakeland

South Lakeland is entirely parished.

* Aldingham
* Angerton
* Arnside
* Barbon
* Beetham
* Blawith and Subberthwaite
* Broughton East
* Burneside (combined council for Strickland Ketel and Strickland Roger parishes)
* Burton-in-Kendal
* Cartmel Fell
* Casterton
* Claife
* Colton
* Coniston
* Crook
* Crosthwaite and Lyth
* Dent
* Docker (parish meeting)
* Duddon (combined council for Broughton West, Angerton and Dunnerdale with Seathwaite parishes)
* Egton with Newland, Mansriggs and Osmotherly (combined council for Egton with Newland, Mansriggs and Osmotherly parishes)
* Fawcett Forest (parish meeting)
* Firbank (parish meeting)
* Garsdale
* Grange-over-Sands (town council)
* Grayrigg (parish meeting)
* Haverthwaite
* Hawkshead
* Helsington
* Heversham
* Hincaster (parish meeting)
* Holme
* Hutton Roof
* Kendal (town council)
* Kentmere (parish meeting)
* Killington
* Kirkby Ireleth
* Kirkby Lonsdale
* Lakes
* Lambrigg (parish meeting)
* Levens
* Longsleddale (parish meeting)
* Lower Allithwaite
* Lower Holker
* Lowick
* Lupton
* Mansergh (parish meeting)
* Middleton (parish meeting)
* Milnthorpe
* Natland
* New Hutton
* Old Hutton and Homescales
* Pennington
* Preston Patrick
* Preston Richard
* Satterthwaite
* Scalthwaitrigg
* Sedbergh
* Sedgwick
* Skelsmergh
* Skelwith
* Stainton
* Staveley-in-Cartmel
* Staveley with Ings
* Torver
* Ulverston (town council)
* Underbarrow and Bradleyfield
* Upper Allithwaite
* Urswick
* Whinfell (parish meeting)
* Whitwell and Selside (parish meeting)
* Windermere
* Witherslack (combined council for Witherslack and Meathop and Ulpha parishes)

References

* [http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/geographic_area_listings/administrative.asp Office for National Statistics (ONS) - Geographical Area Listings]
* [http://www.cumbria.gov.uk/atoz/ViewService.asp?mode=Summary&GenericServiceID=1891 Cumbria County Council (includes maps)]


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