Godstone Rural District

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Godstone
Tandridge Civil Parishes.png
Modern successor (The six areas in the north-east corner shown were added on Godstone RD's abolition, one of which was newly created as a civil parish, Whyteleafe, from parts of Warlingham and Caterham)
Area
 • 1911 49,907 acres (202.0 km2)
 • 1961 52,506 acres (212.5 km2)
Population
 • 1901 18,378
 • 1971 43,381
History
 • Created 1894
 • Abolished 1974
 • Succeeded by Tandridge
Status Rural district
 • HQ Godstone
Subdivisions
 • Type Civil Parishes
 • Units See below

Godstone Rural District was a rural district in Surrey, England from 1894 to 1974.

Geographic evolution[edit]

It contained the following civil parishes:[1]

Successor[edit]

With the exception of Addington which was a temporary quite early addition, all of the above areas remained together and were combined with the Caterham and Warlingham Urban District to the north to create Tandridge District which is the easternmost part of Surrey.

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