Saffron Walden Rural District

Saffron Walden Rural District was a rural district in the county of Essex, England. It was created in 1894 and later enlarged by the addition of the parishes of Berden, Birchanger, Elsenham, Farnham, Henham-on-the-Hill, Manuden, Stansted Mountfitchet and Ugley from the disbanded Stansted Rural District. It was named after and administered from Saffron Walden.

Since 1 April 1974 it has formed part of the District of Uttlesford.

At the time of its dissolution it consisted of the following 31 civil parishes.

  • Arkesden
  • Ashdon
  • Berden
  • Birchanger
  • Chrishall
  • Clavering
  • Debden
  • Elmdon
  • Elsenham
  • Farnham
  • Great Chesterford
  • Great Sampford
  • Hadstock
  • Hempstead
  • Henham-on-the-Hill
  • Langley
  • Littlebury
  • Little Chesterford
  • Little Sampford
  • Manuden
  • Newport
  • Quendon and Rickling
  • Radwinter
  • Stansted Mountfitchet
  • Strethall
  • Ugley
  • Wenden Lofts
  • Wendens Ambo
  • Wicken Bonhunt
  • Widdington
  • Wimbish

Coordinates: 51°59′N 0°12′E / 51.99°N 0.20°E / 51.99; 0.20


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