Billing, Northamptonshire


Billing, Northamptonshire

Billing is a civil parish in eastern Northampton in England, covering the Great Billing, Little Billing, Ecton Brook and Bellinge areas. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 8,642.

Caroline Chisholm is buried in Billing Road Cemetery.

ee also

*Billing Aquadrome

External links

* [http://www.billingparish.co.uk/ Billing Parish Council]

* [http://www.billingmemories.co.uk/ Memories of Billing]


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