North Somerset

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The parish includes '''Claverham''', a small village which was originally a farming hamlet. The parish falls within the unitary authority of North Somerset which was created in 1996, as established by the Local Government Act 1992. It provides a single tier of local government (local government in the United Kingdom) with responsibility for almost all local government functions within its area including local planning (planning permission) and building control (Building regulations in the United Kingdom), local roads, council housing, environmental health, markets and fairs, refuse collection, recycling, cemeteries, crematoria, leisure services, parks and tourism. It is also responsible for education (Local Education Authority), social services, libraries (library), main roads, public transport, trading standards (Trading Standards), waste disposal and strategic planning, although fire, police and ambulance services are provided jointly with other authorities through the Avon Fire and Rescue Service, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and the Great Western Ambulance Service. - Unitary authority (Unitary authorities of England) Bath and North East Somerset · Bedford (Bedford (borough)) · Blackburn with Darwen · Blackpool · Bournemouth (Bournemouth (borough)) · Bracknell Forest · Brighton and Hove · Bristol · Central Bedfordshire · Cheshire East · Cheshire West and Chester · Cornwall · County Durham · Derby · Darlington (Darlington (borough)) · East Riding of Yorkshire · Halton (Halton (borough)) · Hartlepool (Hartlepool (borough)) · Herefordshire · Isle of Wight · Kingston upon Hull · Leicester · Luton · Medway · Middlesbrough (Middlesbrough (borough)) · Milton Keynes (Milton Keynes (borough)) · North East Lincolnshire · North Lincolnshire · North Somerset · Northumberland&


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Authority of North Somerset, provides support for 78 schools, delivering education to approximately 28,000 pupils. Weston College is the main provider with further education in the area. The college also offers some higher education courses in conjunction with Bath Spa University. See also


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area in England. Its area covers part of the ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative headquarters is in the town hall in Weston-super-Mare. North Somerset borders the local government areas of Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, Mendip and Sedgemoor. North Somerset contains the parliamentary constituencies of Weston-super-Mare (Weston-super-Mare (UK Parliament constituency)) and North Somerset (North Somerset (UK Parliament constituency)). History Between 1 April 1974 and 31 March 1996, it was the '''Woodspring''' district (Districts of England) of the county of Avon (named after Woodspring Priory, an isolated mediaeval church near the coast just north east of Weston-super-Mare). The district of Woodspring was formed from the municipal boroughs of Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon and Portishead (Portishead, Somerset) urban district (Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland))s, Long Ashton Rural District, and part of Axbridge Rural District. Though the government proposed that the new unitary area be known as "North West Somerset" from 1 April 1996, south east of Bristol Temple Meads on the Bristol to Taunton Line.


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: www.pastscape.org.uk hob.aspx?hob_id 195114 work National Monuments Record publisher English Heritage accessdate 22 March 2011 '''Clevedon Court''' is a manor house on Court Hill in Clevedon, North Somerset, England, dating from the early fourteenth century. It is now owned by the National Trust (National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty). It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. south east of Bristol Temple Meads on the Bristol to Taunton Line.


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The town falls within the unitary authority of North Somerset, although the area below high water mark (Ordinary high water mark), including the pier, is within Bristol. Before 1974, the parish was part of the Long Ashton Rural District. The police service is provided by Avon


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area in England. Its area covers part of the ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative headquarters is in the town hall in Weston-super-Mare. North Somerset borders the local government areas of Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, Mendip and Sedgemoor. North Somerset contains the parliamentary constituencies of Weston-super-Mare (UK Parliament

urban district (Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland))s, Long Ashton Rural District, and part of Axbridge Rural District. Though the government proposed that the new unitary area be known as "North West Somerset" from 1 April 1996, <


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area in England. Its area covers part of the ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative headquarters is in the town hall in Weston-super-Mare. North Somerset borders the local government areas of Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, Mendip and Sedgemoor. North Somerset contains the parliamentary constituencies of Weston-super-Mare (UK Parliament

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boundary * Sand Bay and Sand Point (Sand Point, Somerset) * Worlebury Hill * Burrington Combe, Goblin Combe, Brockley Combe * North Somerset Levels The district is noted for the religious buildings at: *St. Paul's Church, Kewstoke (Kewstoke) *Woodspring Priory Parishes class "wikitable sortable" style "width:90%;" - ! class "unsortable" Image ! Name ! Status ! Population ! Former local authority ! class "unsortable"

North Somerset

'''North Somerset''' is a unitary authority area (unitary authorities of England) in England. Its area covers part of the ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative headquarters is in the town hall in Weston-super-Mare.

North Somerset borders the local government areas of Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, Mendip and Sedgemoor. North Somerset contains the parliamentary constituencies of Weston-super-Mare (Weston-super-Mare (UK Parliament constituency)) and North Somerset (North Somerset (UK Parliament constituency)).

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