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Huntington is a civil parish on the southern outskirts of Chester in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. At the 2001 Census, the population of the entire civil parish was 1,961, increasing to 2,115 at the 2011 census.
Huntington (Hunditone) It is known to have existed at the time of William the Conqueror's Domesday Book in 1086 on land held by St. Werburgh's Church. The population according to the census of the 1801 was 111, becoming 129 in 1851, 121 in 1901 and 2,614 in 1951.
The main road through the village, Chester Road (B5130), links Chester, which is less than a mile to the north, with the villages of Farndon and Aldford to the south. The A55 (North Wales Expressway) passes through the south of the village, but is not directly accessible at Huntington.
The village includes a few shops, a post office, Huntington Primary School and St Luke's Church of England Church. Recreational open spaces include a village green, Jubilee Field and the 30 acres (120,000 m2) of wetland, woodland and meadows of Caldy Nature Park.
The Chester Driving Standards Agency test centre is located between the main part of Huntington and Saighton Camp.
- 2001 Census: Huntington, Office for National Statistics, retrieved 15 May 2007
- "Parish polulation 2011". Retrieved 27 May 2015.
- The Domesday Book Online - Cheshire A-K, The National Archive, retrieved 17 October 2012
- Cheshire Towns & Parishes: Huntington, GENUKI UK & Ireland Genealogy, retrieved 3 April 2008
- Huntington Village website, Huntington Parish Council, retrieved 3 April 2008
- St. Luke's Church Website, St. Luke's Church, retrieved 25 May 2014
- Caldy Nature Park, Friends of Caldy Nature Park, retrieved 25 May 2007
Media related to Huntington, Cheshire at Wikimedia Commons