- Allington, Dorset
Infobox UK place
region= South West England
population= 614 [Census, 2001]
Allington is a large
villageand civil parishin Dorset, England. The village has a population of 614 according to the 2001 Census.
Allington Hill is an
Iron Age hill fortrisingto 90m above the village, now managed by the Woodland Trustas part of the Dorset AONB.
* Get-a-Map from Ordnance Survey
* [http://www1.dorsetcc.gov.uk/LIVING/FACTS/Census2001.nsf/6cadf4da179fc19500256663004afece/67ad1c4ef9890e2380256ec500500ce1?OpenDocument Census data]
* Woodland Trust [http://www.wt-woods.org.uk/AllingtonHillandCoopersWood Allington Hill & Cooper's Wood]
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