To Beetham Parish Council
The villages of Beetham and Storth in the west of the parish form the largest centres of population in the parish. In addition, smaller communities are located at Carr Bank, Sandside, Hale, Slackhead, Farleton and Whasset. To the west, the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a region of low limestone hills and natural woodlands. The coast of the Kent Estuary forms the western boundary of this area. The parish is divided into two Wards, East and West. East Ward is 3-4 times the area of West Ward but has a slightly lower population. The eastern part of the parish around Farleton and Whassett is dominated by the hill of Farleton Knott. The area is mainly meadow and pasture used for dairy and stock rearing.
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