List of civil parishes in County Durham


List of civil parishes in County Durham

This is a list of civil parishes in the non-metropolitan county of County Durham, England, along with the non-metropolitan districts of Darlington and Hartlepool, and Stockton-on-Tees (north of the river).


= Chester-le-Street =

The area of the former Chester-le-Street urban district is unparished.

* Bournmoor 1
* Edmondsley 1
* Great Lumley 1
* Kimblesworth and Plawsworth
* Little Lumley 1
* North Lodge 1
* Ouston 1
* Pelton 1
* Sacriston 1
* Urpeth 1
* Waldridge 1


= Darlington =

The former county borough of Darlington is unparished.

* Archdeacon Newton 2
* Barmpton 2
* Bishopton 2
* Brafferton 2
* Coatham Mundeville 2
* Denton 2
* East and West Newbiggin 2
* Great Burdon 2
* Great Stainton 2
* Heighington 2
* High Coniscliffe 2
* Houghton le Side 2
* Hurworth 2
* Killerby 2
* Little Stainton 2
* Low Coniscliffe and Merrybent 2, originally "Low Coniscliffe"
* Low Dinsdale 2
* Middleton St. George 2
* Morton Palms 2
* Neasham 2
* Piercebridge 2
* Sadberge 2
* Sockburn 2
* Summerhouse 2
* Walworth 2
* Whessoe 2

Derwentside

The area of the former Consett and Stanley urban districts are unparished.

* Burnhope (post-1974)
* Cornsay 3
* Esh 3
* Greencroft 3
* Healeyfield 3
* Hedleyhope 3
* Lanchester 3
* Muggleswick 3
* Satley 3


= Durham =

The former borough of Durham and Framwellgate is unparished.

* Bearpark 4
* Belmont 4
* Brancepeth 4
* Brandon and Byshottles †
* Cassop-cum-Quarrington 4
* Coxhoe 4
* Croxdale and Hett (merger of Croxdale and Hett, both 4)
* Framwellgate Moor 4
* Kelloe 4
* Pittington 4
* Shadforth 4
* Sherburn Village 4
* Shincliffe 4
* West Rainton 4
* Witton Gilbert 4


= Easington =

Easington is entirely parished.

* Castle Eden 5
* Dalton-le-Dale 5
* Easington Colliery
* Easington Village
* Haswell 5
* Hawthorn 5
* Horden 5
* Hutton Henry 5
* Monk Hesleden 5
* Murton
* Nesbitt 5
* Peterlee 5
* Seaham
* Seaton with Slingley 5
* Sheraton with Hulam 5
* Shotton, Peterlee 5
* South Hetton (post-1974)
* Thornley, Durham 5
* Trimdon Foundry
* Wheatley Hill
* Wingate 5


= Hartlepool =

The former county borough of Hartlepool itself is unparished.

* Brierton 6
* Claxton 6
* Dalton Piercy 6
* Elwick 6
* Greatham 6
* Hart 6
* Headland (Hartlepool) (1999)
* Newton Bewley 6


= Sedgefield =

Sedgefield is entirely parished.

* Bishop Middleham 7
* Bradbury and the Isle 7 (as Bradbury)
* Chilton 7
* Cornforth 7
* Eldon (2003)
* Ferryhill 7
* Fishburn 7
* Great Aycliffe
* Middridge
* Mordon 7
* Sedgefield 7
* Shildon †
* Spennymoor †
* Trimdon 7
* Windlestone7


= Stockton-on-Tees =

For the part of Stockton-on-Tees south of the River Tees, see List of civil parishes in North Yorkshire#Stockton-on-Tees.
* Aislaby 6
* Carlton 6
* Egglescliffe 6
* Elton 6
* Grindon 6
* Longnewton 6
* Newsham 6
* Preston-on-Tees 6
* Redmarshall 6
* Stillington and Whitton (merged of Stillington and Whitton)
* Wolviston 6


= Teesdale =

Teesdale is entirely parished.

* Barforth 8
* Barnard Castle †
* Barningham 8
* Bolam 9
* Boldron 8
* Bowes 8
* Brignall 8
* Cleatlam 9
* Cockfield
* Cotherstone 8
* Eggleston 9
* Egglestone Abbey 8
* Etherley 8 (parish once known as "West Auckland", lost West Auckland to Bishop Auckland in 1937 and renamed Etherley)
* Evenwood and Barony 9
* Forest and Frith 9
* Gainford 9
* Gilmonby 8
* Hamsterley 9
* Headlam 9
* Hilton 9
* Holwick 8
* Hope 8
* Hunderthwaite 8
* Hutton Magna 8
* Ingleton 9
* Langleydale and Shotton 9
* Langton 9
* Lartington 8
* Lunedale 8
* Lynesack and Softley 9
* Marwood 9
* Mickleton 8
* Middleton-in-Teesdale 9
* Morton Tinmouth 9
* Newbiggin 9
* Ovington 8
* Raby with Keverstone 9
* Rokeby 8
* Romaldkirk 8
* Scargill 8
* South Bedburn 9
* Staindrop 9
* Startforth 8
* Streatlam and Stainton 9
* Wackerfield 9
* Westwick 9
* Whorlton 9
* Winston 9
* Woodland 9
* Wycliffe with Thorpe 8

Wear Valley

The area of the former Bishop Auckland and Crook and Willington urban districts are largely unparished.

* Dene Valley (2000)
* Edmondbyers 10
* Hunstanworth 10
* Stanhope 10
* Tow Law †
* Wolsingham 10
* Witton-le-Wear (2000)
* West Auckland (2003)

Notes

† successor parish under the Local Government Act 1972 to an urban district or municipal borough

# before 1974 was a rural parish in Chester le Street Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Darlington Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Lanchester Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Durham Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Easington Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Stockton Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Sedgefield Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Barnard Castle Rural District
# before 1974 was a rural parish in Weardale Rural District


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