Carlatton and Cumrew

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Carlatton and Cumrew
Civil parish
Coordinates: 54°51′29″N 2°42′36″W / 54.858°N 2.710°W / 54.858; -2.710Coordinates: 54°51′29″N 2°42′36″W / 54.858°N 2.710°W / 54.858; -2.710
Country England
Primary council City of Carlisle
County Cumbria
Region North West England
Status Civil Parishes
Government
 • UK Parliament Penrith and The Border
 • EU Parliament North West England
Population (2001 est.)[1][2]
 • Total 120

Carlatton and Cumrew are civil parishes in Cumbria, England with a common parish council.

The Eastern boundary of this rural parish is Cardunneth Pike in Cumrew Fell close to Turnberry House. To the West Carlatton Mill sits on the boundary between Cumrew Parish and Cumwhitton Parish. To the North Brackenthwate Farm sits just inside the parish. The southern boundary is the northern edge of Newbiggin Village.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ This is the combined population of Carlatton, Cumrew and Geltsdale.
  2. ^ PARISH POPULATION CHANGE 1991 - 2001 (PDF). Carlisle Information & Communications. Retrieved 2007-07-10.