Hutton, Cumbria

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Pasture at Swinescales
Hutton is located in Cumbria
Hutton shown within Cumbria
Population 326 (2001)
OS grid reference NY4326
Civil parish
  • Hutton
Shire county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town PENRITH
Postcode district CA11
Dialling code 01768
Police Cumbria
Fire Cumbria
Ambulance North West
EU Parliament North West England
UK Parliament
List of places
54°37′59″N 2°52′26″W / 54.633°N 2.874°W / 54.633; -2.874Coordinates: 54°37′59″N 2°52′26″W / 54.633°N 2.874°W / 54.633; -2.874

Hutton is a small civil parish about 6 miles (9.7 km) west of Penrith in the English county of Cumbria. The parish contains the small mansion and former pele tower of Hutton John, the seat of the Hudleston family.

At the UK census 2011 the parish had a population of 438.[1]

The parish of Hutton was created in 1934 from the merger of Hutton John and Hutton Soil parishes, both of which were formerly part of the original ecclesiastical and civil parish of Greystoke. The parish also includes the larger village of Penruddock and the hamlets of Troutbeck and Beckces. Whitbarrow holiday village is also within the parish. Administratively, Hutton forms part of Eden District. It has a parish council, the lowest tier of local government.[2]

Listed buildings[edit]

The Grade I listed Hutton John, a 17th century house built around a 14th century pele tower

There are 13 listed buildings in the parish. Hutton John, mentioned above, is Grade I and the remainder are Grade II.


  1. ^ "Hutton Parish Local Area Report". 2011 Census Report. Office of National Statistics. Retrieved 1 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Hutton Parish Council". Cumbria County Council. Retrieved 1 January 2018.