Midhurst

In the United Kingdom Census 2001 the parish covered 333 hectares and had 2,327 households with a total population of 4,889 of which 2,258 residents were economically active. In 1831 the population was 1,478; and 1,536 in 1841. ==History== Midhurst developed at a strategic crossroads of what are now the A272 (east-west) and A286 (north-south) rout...
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Midhurst

[electoral division] Midhurst is an electoral division of West Sussex in the United Kingdom, and returns one member to sit on West Sussex County Council. ==Extent== The division is one of the largest in West Sussex and covers the town of Midhurst; and the villages of Bepton, Chithurst, Didling, Elsted, Iping, Milland, Nyewood, Rake, Rogate,...
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Midhurst

[LSWR] Midhurst (LSWR) railway station was opened on 1 September 1864 by the London and South Western Railway, the terminus of the line from Petersfield, serving the Market town of Midhurst in West Sussex. The station was closed on 4 April 1925, after the Southern Railway took over the LSWR and services transferred to the former London Brig...
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Midhurst

[UK electoral ward] Midhurst is an electoral ward of Chichester District, West Sussex, England and returns two members to sit on Chichester District Council. ==Councillors== ==Election results== ...
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