Audley Urban District
|Audley Urban District|
|• 1921||8,313 acres (33.64 km2)|
|• 1931||8,313 acres (33.64 km2)|
|• Succeeded by||Newcastle-under-Lyme Rural District |
Newcastle-under-Lyme Municipal Borough
Kidsgrove Urban District
Audley Urban District is a former administrative unit in Staffordshire created by the Local Government Act 1894. It contained the civil parish of Audley. In 1932 it was abolished, being absorbed into the Newcastle-under-Lyme Municipal Borough, Newcastle-under-Lyme Rural District and Kidsgrove Urban District.:36
- Lancaster, T. (2009). Audley Through Time. Through Time. Amberley Publishing. p. 36. ISBN 978-1-4456-2672-7. Retrieved June 15, 2018.
Formerly Castle Hill Farm, this impressive Victorian building (1870) was converted into the offices of the Audley Urban District Council in 1930. However, in 1932, Audley lost its status as an Urban District Council and became part of Newcastle ...
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