Fir Tree, County Durham

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Fir Tree
Fir Tree is located in County Durham
Fir Tree
Fir Tree
Fir Tree shown within County Durham
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Post town CROOK
Postcode district DL15
Dialling code 01388
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54°42′14″N 1°47′02″W / 54.704°N 1.784°W / 54.704; -1.784Coordinates: 54°42′14″N 1°47′02″W / 54.704°N 1.784°W / 54.704; -1.784

Fir Tree is a village in County Durham, in England. It is west of Crook, near the River Wear.

Fir Tree has a petrol station and two pubs: The Duke of York and The Fir Tree Country Hotel. In the 2001 census Fir Tree had a population of 226.[1] Wear Valley Council say the population census 2007 (for Wear Valley) was 314. It is approximately 2 mi from the small market town of Crook and 6 mi from the large market town Bishop Auckland. Approximately 1 mi northwest of the village is the World War II Harperley POW Camp 93.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wear Valley Settlement Summary Sheets" (PDF). Durham County Council. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 7, 2007. Retrieved 14 October 2016.