Little Mitton is a civil parish in the Ribble Valley district, in the county of Lancashire, England. In 2001 the population of the civil parish of Little Mitton was 42. Little Mitton has a grade II* listed house called Mitton Hall. There is also Little Mitton Hall in Little Mitton.
In 1935, the civil parish of Little Mitton was created following the abolition the civil parish of Little Mitton, Henthorn and Coldcoats (Henthorn is now part of Clitheroe, while the detached area of Coldcoats was transferred to Pendleton). That civil parish had been created from the township (in the ancient parish of Whalley) with the same name in 1866.
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