North Rode shown within Cheshire
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|Civil parish||North Rode|
|Unitary authority||Cheshire East|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||North West England|
North Rode is a small village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. According to the 2001 census, the population of the entire civil parish was 178.
North Rode was originally a township in Prestbury ancient parish, and it was also part of Macclesfield Hundred. In the nineteenth century, it was also placed in Macclesfield poor law union and rural sanitary district. In 1866, it was placed in Macclesfield rural district, and at the same time it became a separate civil parish. There was a small change to the boundary of the civil parish in 1936.
North Rode became a separate ecclesiastical parish in 1846, when it was placed in Macclesfield rural deanery. In 1873 it was assigned to Macclesfield South rural deanery, and in 1880, it reassigned back into the re-established Macclesfield deanery. It has a picturesque church built 1845-6 dedicated to St Michael.
North Rode's parliamentary representation, after the Great Reform Act of 1832 began with it being in the Cheshire Northern Division parliamentary constituency. In 1867 until 1885, it was placed in the Cheshire North Division parliamentary constituency, and from 1885 until 1948 it was in the Knutsford Division parliamentary constituency. Since 1948 it has been in Macclesfield County Constituency.
The Daintry Hall (village hall) occupied by a children's day nursery.
Notes and references
- "Neighbourhood Statistics: Area: North Rode CP (parish)". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 25 January 2009.
- "Parish clerks". Macclesfield Borough Council. Retrieved 25 January 2009.
- Youngs (1991, pp. 4, 32)
- Youngs (1991, p. 32)
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