Freebridge Lynn Rural District, Norfolk
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Freebridge Lynn Rural District, Norfolk official guide with map and illustrations.

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Published by Home Publishing Co. in Carshalton .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Freebridge Lynn Region (Norfolk, England)

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  • Freebridge Lynn Region (Norfolk, England) -- Guidebooks.

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Edition Notes

Issued by authority of the Freebridge Lynn Rural District Council.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA690.F84 F7
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5727595M
LC Control Number70481616

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Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, [Report ] Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Freebridge Lynn (England). Rural District Council. Publication date Topics Disease Outbreaks, Public Health, Sanitation, Water Supply Collection. the text in this section is based on an article in Wikipedia. Freebridge Lynn Rural District was a rural district in Norfolk, England from to It was formed under the Local Government Act based on the Freebridge Lynn rural sanitary district, and was named after the Freebridge Lynn covered an area to the east of King's Lynn.. It was reduced somewhat in when under. FREEBRIDGE LYNN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL: Dukes of Norfolk. The black chief is for the Black Prince, and the Royal lion, a special mark of favour, refers to the presence of Sandringham House within the bounds of the district. The crown of wheatears and acorns is know as a "rural crown" and was created for the use of rural district. Freebridge Lynn, Norfolk [Bibliography] Up to No information. After Freebridge Lynn Poor Law Union was formed on 16th November Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 36 in number, representing its 32 constituent parishes as listed below (figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one).

Norfolk Hundreds White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk FREEBRIDGE-LYNN HUNDRED. Freebridge-Lynn, one of the largest divisions of Norfolk, lies at the west end of the county, and extends from 12 to 15 miles in length and breadth, stretching east, north, and south, from the borough of King's Lynn. Freebridge Lynn Rural District Council, (DC 24) Downham Rural District Council, (DC 25) Marshland Rural District Council, (DC 26) Breckland District Council, (DC 40) Broadland District Council, (DC 41) North Norfolk District Council, late 19th century (DC 42). Freebridge is a not for profit housing provider in West Norfolk. It owns and manages close to homes, with about half of these being in and around King's Lynn. King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council. King's Court, Chapel Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1EX. Tel: Fax: Website: Online contact form for King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council. North Norfolk District Council. Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Tel: Fax:

On 1 April the former municipal borough became part of the newly formed District of West Norfolk (since the Borough of King's Lynn and West Norfolk), which also included the areas of the former Rural Districts of Docking, Downham Freebridge Lynn and Marshland and the Urban Districts of Downham Market and Hunstanton. For records of this body (including administration of Gayton and King's Lynn Public Assistance Institutions and boarding - out of children) see C/GC 8 Minute books of joint finance committee (R.D.C. and Union), and special committees of R.D.C. and Union, , are in the custody of West Norfolk District Council. Freebridge Community Housing, King's Lynn, Norfolk. K likes. Developing Homes and Creating Opportunities for People in West ers: K. Rural Sanitary District (until ) Royal Historical Society, ), p. Freebridge Lynn RSD, Norfolk; Alternative names. We know of no alternate names. Unit associations. We know of no associations with other units. Unit history. This unit was part of the following units: Name.