Bambrough Ward

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Bambrough ward in Northumberland

The Bambrough Ward or Bambroughshire is a ward of Northumberland, named after the village of Bamburgh, which it contains.

It is bounded on the north by North Durham (that detached part of the county of Durham consisting of Islandshire and Norhamshire); on the east by the North Sea; on the south by Coquetdale Ward; and on west by Glendale Ward. It had a population of 9,920 in 2011.

It comprises the following ancient parishes:

*: Remainder in Coquetdale Ward.
: Ross and part of Elwick township in Islandshire.

Wards of Northumberland

Bambrough • Castle (including Newcastle) • Coquetdale • Glendale (including Berwick liberties) • Morpeth • Tindale • Bedlingtonshire • Islandshire • Norhamshire