North West England

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The North West England Region

North West England is one of the regions of England in the United Kingdom. The cities of Liverpool and Manchester are in the south of this region. The northern area (which includes Cumbria and part of Lancashire) is full of villages.

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The official region consists of the following subdivisions:

Ceremonial county County/Unitary Districts
Cheshire Cheshire † a.) Ellesmere Port and Neston, b.) Chester, c.) Crewe and Nantwich, d.) Congleton, e.) Macclesfield, f.) Vale Royal
Warrington U.A.
Halton U.A.
Cumbria a.) Barrow-in-Furness, b.) South Lakeland, c.) Copeland, d.) Allerdale, e.) Eden, f.) Carlisle
Greater Manchester * a.) Bolton, b.) Bury, c.) Manchester, d.) Oldham, e.), Salford, f.) Stockport, g.) Tameside, h.) Trafford, i.) Wigan
Lancashire Lancashire † a.) West Lancashire, b.) Chorley, c.) South Ribble, d.) Fylde, e.) Preston, f.) Wyre, g.) Lancaster, h.) Ribble Valley, i.) Pendle, j.) Burnley, k.) Rossendale, l.) Hyndburn, m.)Rochdale (borough) Rochdale
Blackpool U.A.
Blackburn with Darwen U.A.
Merseyside * a.) Knowsley, b.) Liverpool, c.) St. Helens, d.) Sefton, e.) Wirral





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