Morpeth Ward

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Morpeth Ward in Northumberland

Morpeth Ward is one of the Wards of Northumberland, centrally located on the county's coastline. It is named after the town of Morpeth, which it contains, and had a population of 65,023 in 2011. It is bounded by Coquetdale Ward to the north; by Bedlingtonshire to the south-east; by Castle Ward to the south-west; and by Tindale Ward to the west. To the east lies the North Sea.

It comprises the following ancient parishes:

*: Partly in Castle and Tindale Wards.
: Partly in Coquetdale Ward.
: Partly in Tindle Ward.
§: Partly in Castle Ward.

Wards of Northumberland

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