HG postcode area

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Harrogate postcode area
HG is located in the United Kingdom
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Postcode area HG
Postcode area name Harrogate
Post towns 3
Postcode districts 5
Postcode sectors 25
Postcodes (live) 4,446
Postcodes (total) 6,056
Statistics as at February 2012[1]

The HG postcode area, also known as the Harrogate postcode area,[2] is a group of five postcode districts in England, which are subdivisions of three post towns. These postcode districts cover Harrogate, Ripon and Knaresborough in North Yorkshire.

HG1 and HG2 cover most of Harrogate; HG1 covering areas north of The Stray while HG2 covers areas to the south. HG3 spans across some of the western suburbs, while HG4 and HG5 cover the remainder of the borough.

Coverage[edit]

The approximate coverage of the postcode districts:

Postcode district Post town Coverage Local authority area
HG1 HARROGATE Central, Bilton, Jennyfields, Duchy, New Park Harrogate
HG2 HARROGATE Oatlands, Woodlands, Hookstone, Rossett, Pannal Ash, Harlow Hill, Hornbeam Park Harrogate
HG3 HARROGATE Pannal, Killinghall, Spofforth, Bishop Monkton, Glasshouses, Follifoot, Pateley Bridge Harrogate
HG4 RIPON Ripon, North Stainley, High Grantley, Masham Harrogate
HG5 KNARESBOROUGH Scotton, Knaresborough Harrogate

Map[edit]

HG postcode area map, showing postcode districts, post towns and neighbouring postcode areas. BD postcode area DL postcode area LS postcode area YO postcode area YO postcode area
HG postcode area map, showing postcode districts in red and post towns in grey text, with links to nearby BD, DL, LS and YO postcode areas.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ONS Postcode Directory Version Notes" (ZIP). National Statistics Postcode Products. Office for National Statistics. February 2012. Table 2. Retrieved 21 April 2012.  Coordinates from mean of unit postcode points, "Code-Point Open". OS OpenData. Ordnance Survey. February 2012. Retrieved 21 April 2012. 
  2. ^ Royal Mail, Address Management Guide, (2004)