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List of civil parishes in Buckinghamshire

This is a list of civil parishes in the ceremonial county of Buckinghamshire, England.

Contents

  • Aylesbury Vale 1
  • Chiltern 2
  • Milton Keynes 3
  • South Bucks 4
  • Wycombe 5
  • Notes 6
  • References 7
  • See also 8
  • External links 9

Aylesbury Vale

The whole of the district is parished.

Chiltern

The whole of the district is parished

Milton Keynes

The whole of the borough is parished.

Civil parish Governance[4] Origin
Astwood Astwood and Hardmead Parish Council (joint) Created before 1 April 1974
Bletchley and Fenny Stratford town council Created 2001 from unparished area
Bow Brickhill parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Bradwell parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Bradwell Abbey parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Broughton Broughton and Milton Keynes Parish Council (joint) Created before 1 April 1974
Calverton parish meeting Created 2001 from unparished area
Campbell Park parish council Created before 1 April 1974 (renamed from Woolstone cum Willen)
Castlethorpe parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Central Milton Keynes parish council Created 2001 from unparished area
Chicheley parish meeting Created before 1 April 1974
Clifton Reynes Clifton Reynes and Newton Blossomville Parish Council (joint) Created before 1 April 1974
Cold Brayfield parish meeting Created before 1 April 1974
Emberton parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Gayhurst parish meeting Created before 1 April 1974
Great Linford parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Hanslope parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Hardmead Astwood and Hardmead Parish Council (joint) Created before 1 April 1974
Haversham-cum-Little Linford parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Kents Hill, Monkston and Brinklow parish council Created 2001 from part of Milton Keynes parish
Lathbury parish meeting Created before 1 April 1974
Lavendon parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Little Brickhill parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Loughton parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Milton Keynes Broughton and Milton Keynes Parish Council (joint) Created before 1 April 1974
Moulsoe parish council Created before 1 April 1974
New Bradwell parish council Created 2001 from unparished area
Newport Pagnell town council Created 2001 from unparished area
Newton Blossomville Clifton Reynes and Newton Blossomville Parish Council (joint) Created before 1 April 1974
North Crawley parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Old Woughton parish council Created 2012 from splitting Woughton parish in two[5]
Olney town council Created before 1 April 1974
Ravenstone parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Shenley Brook End parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Shenley Church End parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Sherington parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Simpson and Ashland parish council Created 2001 from unparished area
Stantonbury parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Stoke Goldington parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Stony Stratford town council Created 2001 from unparished area
Tyringham and Filgrave parish meeting Created before 1 April 1974
Walton parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Warrington parish meeting Created before 1 April 1974
Wavendon parish council Created before 1 April 1974
West Bletchley parish council Created 2001 from unparished area
Weston Underwood parish council Created before 1 April 1974
Woburn Sands town council Created before 1 April 1974
Wolverton and Greenleys town council Created 2001 from unparished area
Woughton community council Created before 1 April 1974

South Bucks

The whole of the district is parished

Wycombe

Part of the former High Wycombe Municipal Borough is unparished

Notes

  1. Formerly Amersham Rural District [8]
  2. Formerly Aylesbury Municipal Borough: unparished area 1974-2001 [9]
  3. Formerly Aylesbury Rural District [10]
  4. Formerly Beaconsfield Urban District [11]
  5. Formerly Bletchley Urban District [12]
  6. Formerly Buckingham Municipal Borough [13]
  7. Formerly Buckingham Rural District [14]
  8. Formerly Chesham Urban District [15]
  9. Formerly Eton Rural District [16]
  10. Formerly High Wycombe Municipal Borough [17]
  11. Formerly Marlow Urban District [18]
  12. Formerly Newport Pagnell Rural District [19]
  13. Formerly Newport Pagnell Urban District [20]
  14. Formerly Wing Rural District [21]
  15. Formerly Winslow Rural District [22]
  16. Formerly Wolverton Urban District [23]
  17. Formerly Wycombe Rural District [24]

References

  1. ^ List of Civil parishes in Aylesbury Vale, Accessed 20 May 2012
  2. ^ The Aylesbury Vale (Parish Electoral Arrangements and Electoral Changes) Order 2007
  3. ^ The Chiltern (Parish Electoral Arrangements and Electoral Changes) Order 2007
  4. ^ "Review of Parish Precepts for the 2010/11 Council Tax Charges". Milton Keynes Borough Council. 
  5. ^ "Milton Keynes Council meeting minutes". Milton Keynes Council. 8 November 2011. Retrieved 8 August 2012. 
  6. ^ "Bulletin of changes to local authority arrangements, areas and names in England: Orders and changes made by the Government and councils between 1 April 2009 and 31 March 2010" (PDF). Department for Communities and Local Government. 2011-06-16. Retrieved 2011-10-04. 
  7. ^ The Wycombe (Parish Electoral Arrangements) Order 2007
  8. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Amersham Rural District
  9. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Aylesbury Municipal Borough
  10. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Aylesbury Rural District
  11. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Beaconsfield Urban District
  12. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Bletchley Urban District
  13. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Buckingham Municipal Borough
  14. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Buckingham Rural District
  15. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Chesham Urban District
  16. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Eton Rural District
  17. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : High Wycombe Municipal Borough
  18. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Marlow Urban District
  19. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Newport Pagnell Rural District
  20. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Newport Pagnell Urban District
  21. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Wing Rural District
  22. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Winslow Rural District
  23. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Wolverton Urban District
  24. ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Wycombe Rural District

See also

External links

  • Office for National Statistics : Geographical Area Listings
  • Aylesbury Vale District Council : Contact Details for Parish Councils and Meetings
  • Chiltern District Council : Local Parish Councils
  • Parish Councils in Milton Keynes Borough Council : Links to Parish and Town Councils
  • South Bucks District Council : Parish Council Members
  • Wycombe District Council : Parish Councils
  • Map of ancient parishes in Buckinghamshire
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