Whitworth, County Durham

Description

Whitworth was a civil parish in County Durham, in England, centred around Whitworth Hall. It was one of several parishes abolished in 1937 to create the parish of Spennymoor. Whitworth Hall (now a hotel) is on the road between Spennymoor and Brancepeth, and is close to Tudhoe. The house was in former times the home of the Shafto family, whose most famous member (from the 18th century) was Bobby Shafto, subject of a famous English nursery rhyme. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments / World Heritage Site

  1. Castillo de Durham

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Brancepeth
  2. Hett, County Durham
  3. Lowes Barn
  4. Page Bank
  5. Spennymoor
  6. Tudhoe Grange

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Sunderland Bridge, County Durham

Geography

  1. Whitworth, County Durham

Libraries

  1. Durham University Library

Other interest places

  1. Catedral de Durham
  2. Batalla de Neville's Cross
  3. Jardín Botánico de la Universidad de Durham
  4. Bailey college
  5. Broompark
  6. City of Durham (UK Parliament constituency)
  7. Durham (HM Prison)
  8. Durham Miners Heritage Centre
  9. The Bailey
  10. The Racecourse

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