Thornhill, Cumbria


Thornhill is a village in the county of Cumbria, England, south of Whitehaven and north of Seascale, close to St. Bees, and only a few miles from the Irish Sea. The village was created by Whitehaven Rural District Council and Egremont Urban District Council in the 1920s, as part of the national campaign to improve housing conditions, keeping a promise made by the Government to soldiers fighting the First World War. Tenants moved into the first completed houses, on Thorny Road, late in 1921. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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Nuclear accidents and incidents

  1. Planta termal de reprocesamiento de óxido

1957 in politics

  1. Incendio de Windscale


  1. St Bees

Religious buildings completed in 1899

  1. St Mary's Church, Gosforth

Localidades / Poblaciones / Aldeas

  1. Wilton, Cumbria

Localidades / Poblaciones

  1. Asby, Copeland
  2. Nethertown
  3. Thornhill, Cumbria
  4. Woodend, Egremont, Cumbria
  5. Hensingham

Ríos y afluentes

  1. Lowca Beck

Sports venues in Cumbria

  1. Recreation Ground (Whitehaven)

Special Areas of Conservation in England

  1. River Ehen

Instituciones Académicas

  1. St Benedict's Catholic High School
  2. West Lakes Academy

Long-distance footpaths in England

  1. Coast to Coast Walk

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