St Paul's Church, Frizington
Frizington shown within Cumbria
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|Civil parish||Arlecdon and Frizington|
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Frizington is a village in Cumbria, England. Historically, it was a collection of farms and houses, but became a unified village as a result of the mining (both coal and iron ore) opportunities in the area. The village is known for its church, which was built in 1867-1868. Historically a part of Cumberland, Frizington is in the civil parish of Arlecdon and Frizington, which has a population of 3,678, the Borough of Copeland and the CA postcode area.
- Office for National Statistics : Census 2001 : Parish Headcounts : Copeland Retrieved 2009-09-18
- "Cumbria Shootings - Interactive Map". BBC. 2010-06-03. Retrieved 2010-06-04.
- Armstrong, A. M.; Mawer, A.; Stenton, F. M.; Dickens, B. (1950). The place-names of Cumberland. English Place-Name Society, vol.xxi. Part 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 336.
- Cumbria County History Trust: Arlecdon (nb: provisional research only - see Talk page)
- Frizington Cumbria, from The Cumbria Directory.
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