Place:Winwick-with-Hulme, Lancashire, England

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NameWinwick-with-Hulme
TypeVillage
Coordinates53.433°N 2.6°W
Located inLancashire, England
See alsoWinwick, Lancashire, Englandecclesiastical parish of which it was a part until 1866
Warrington Rural, Lancashire, Englandrural district of which Winwick-with-Hulme (later Winwick) was a part 1894-1974
Warrington (metropolitan borough), Cheshire, Englandunitary authority of which it has been a part since 1974
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(civil parish 1866-1933, part of Warrington Rural District, to Warrington Borough in Cheshire in 1974) Winwick-with-Hulme was a originally a township within the ecclesiastical parish or Winwick in the West Derby Hundred of Lancashire.

In 1894 it became part of Warrington Rural District. In 1933 there was a reorganization within the rural district in which the name of the civil parish was changed to Winwick. (The ecclesiastical parish had been abolished by this time.)

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Since 1974 Winwick has been a village and civil parish in Warrington Borough, Cheshire, England. It is situated about three miles north of Warrington town centre, near Junction 22 of the M6 and Junction 9 of the M62. Winwick also borders Newton-le-Willows and Burtonwood. According to the 2001 Census, the civil parish had a population of 4,366.

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