Worston shown within Lancashire
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Worston is a small linear village and civil parish in Lancashire, England. The village is north-west of Pendle Hill, east of Clitheroe, and is in the Ribble Valley district. As it is only a small village, with a population of 76 at the 2001 census, it has no parish council, but instead has a parish meeting. The parish meeting is shared with Mearley, a small parish south of Worston with no villages or hamlets and a population of 25, the second smallest in Lancashire.
The village has a public house "The Calfs Head". The single road that passes through the village continues as a single track road to Downham. Worston is bypassed to the west by the A59 road, which passes through the edge of the parish. Slightly further north is the route of a Roman road, which forms part of the parish boundary.
- "Parish headcount" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-04-13.
Media related to Worston at Wikimedia Commons
- Worston and Mearley Parish Meeting[dead link]
- Worston Conservation Area Appraisal
- Clitheroe Reef Knoll SSSI
- Worston search results at Historic England's Pastscape site
- pp372-73 of The Victoria History of the County of Lancaster Vol 6
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