Bradwall


Bradwall

infobox UK place
official_name= Bradwall
map_type= Cheshire
latitude= 53.168381
longitude= -2.361436
os_grid_reference= SJ759635
population = 166
civil_parish= Bradwall
shire_district= Congleton
shire_county = Cheshire
region= North West England
country = England
constituency_westminster= Congleton
post_town= Sandbach
postcode_district = CW11
postcode_area= CW
dial_code= 01270

Bradwall is a small village and civil parish of Borough of Congleton, situated near Crewe in Cheshire. It is a small place that consists of a few houses, a village hall, a stable and a separate riding school.Fact|date=August 2007 According to the 2001 census, the population of the entire parish was 166. [http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/LeadTableView.do?a=3&b=792529&c=Bradwall&d=16&e=15&g=427828&i=1001x1003x1004&m=0&enc=1&dsFamilyId=779 Official 2001 Census Figures.] Neighbourhood Statistics Website. Retrieval Date: 23 August, 2007.]

History

Bradwall civil parish was originally part of Sandbach Ancient Parish, and was created a separate parish from it in 1866. It also was part of Nantwich Hundred, Congleton Poor Law Union, Rural Sanitary District, and (after 1866) it formed part of Congleton Rural DistrictYoungs, F. A. (1991). page 8.] until 1974, when it became part of the Borough of Congleton.

In terms of parliamentary representation, the Bradwall area (including the time when it was not a separate civil parish) was in the Cheshire Southern Division from 1832 to 1867; in the Cheshire Mid Division, from 1867 to 1885; in the Eddisbury Division, from 1885 to 1918; in the Northwich Division, from 1918 to 1948; from 1948 it was in Knutsford County Constituency, but it is currently in Congleton County Constituency. [ [http://www.election-maps.co.uk/ Election Maps website.] Source for current Parliamentary Constituency Boundaries. Retrieval Date: 23 August, 2007.]

Notes

Bibliography

*Youngs, F. A. (1991). "Guide to the Local Administrative Units of England. Volume I: Northern England". London: Royal Historical Society. ISBN 0861931270.


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