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Tring Rural is a civil parish in Hertfordshire, England. It is composed of the villages of Long Marston, Wilstone, Puttenham, and the hamlets of Gubblecote and Astrope. It is largely situated the north of the town of Tring. Tring itself is not part of the parish.
Tring Rural came into existence as an entity on December 31, 1894 when it became separate from Tring Civil Parish, although at that time it was smaller than at present as it did not include Puttenham. The present boundaries were established April 1, 1964, when Puttenham Civil Parish was abolished.
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