Local boards formed in England and Wales 1848–1894

The following is a list of towns in England and Wales which formed local board districts under the Public Health Act 1848 or local government districts under the Local Government Act 1858.

Note for table:

1848-58Edit

Local board district

County

Created

Abolished

Successor(s)

Rugby LBD Warwickshire 1848[1] 1894 Rugby UD
Aylesbury LBD Buckinghamshire 1849 1894 Aylesbury UD
Luton LBD Bedfordshire 1850 1876 Luton MB
Bisley LBD Gloucestershire 1849[2] 1860 N/A
Eton LBD Buckinghamshire 1849 1894 Eton UD
Fareham LBD Hampshire 1849[3] 1894 Fareham UD
St Thomas the Apostle LBD Devon 1849[4] 1894 St Thomas the Apostle UD
Uxbridge LBD Middlesex 1849 1894 Uxbridge UD
Ware LBD Hertfordshire 1849[5] 1894 Ware UD
Hitchin LBD Hertfordshire 1850[6] 1858 Board became defunct.
Alnwick LBD Northumberland 1850[7] 1894 Alnwick and Canongate UD
Barnard Castle LBD County Durham and Yorkshire (1850–89), County Durham (1889–94) 1850[8] 1894 Barnard Castle UD
Beaconsfield LBD Buckinghamshire 1850 1894 Beaconsfield UD
Braintree LBD Essex 1850[9] 1894 Braintree UD
Bulkington LBD Warwickshire 1850[10] 1894 Bulkington UD
Burnham LBD Somerset 1850[11] 1894 Burnham UD
Burslem LBD Staffordshire 1850[12] 1878 Burslem MB
Cheshunt LBD Hertfordshire 1850[13] 1894 Cheshunt UD
Dartford LBD Kent 1850[14] 1894 Dartford UD
Diss LBD Norfolk 1850[15] 1894 Diss UD
Edmonton LBD Middlesex 1850 1894 Edmonton UD
Ely LBD Cambridgeshire (1850–89), Isle of Ely (1889–94) 1850[16] 1894 Ely UD
Enfield LBD Middlesex 1850 1894 Enfield UD
Epsom LBD Surrey 1850[17] 1894 Epsom UD
Exmouth LBD Devon 1850[18] 1894 Exmouth UD
Harrow on the Hill LBD Middlesex 1850 1894 Harrow on the Hill UD
Heanor LBD Derbyshire 1850[19] 1894 Heanor UD
Holbeach LBD Lincolnshire (1850–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Holland (1889–94) 1850[20] 1894 Holbeach UD
Loughborough LBD Leicestershire 1850[21] 1888 Loughborough MB
Nantwich LBD Cheshire 1850[22] 1894 Nantwich UD
New Sleaford LBD Lincolnshire (1850–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Kesteven (1889–94) 1850[20] 1894 Sleaford UD
Newcastle-under-Lyme LBD Staffordshire 1850[23] 1876 merged with Newcastle-under-Lyme MB
Nuneaton LBD Warwickshire 1850[10] 1893 Nuneaton and Chilvers Cotton LGD
Ottery St Mary LBD Devon 1850[18] 1894 Ottery St Mary UD
Reading LBD Berkshire 1850[24] 18?? merged with Reading MB
Sandgate LBD Kent 1850[14] 1894 Sandgate UD
Tormoham (Torquay) LBD Devon 1850[18] 1892 Torquay MB
Tottenham LBD Middlesex 1850 1894 Tottenham UD
Watford LBD Hertfordshire 1850[13] 1894 Watford UD
Altrincham LBD Cheshire 1851[22] 1894 Altrincham UD
Alvaston and Boulton LBD Derbyshire 1851[19] 1894 Alvaston and Boulton UD
Battle LBD Sussex (1851–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1851[25] 1894 Battle UD
Ilfracombe LBD Devon 1851[18] 1894 Ilfracombe UD
Kingston upon Hull LBD Yorkshire 1851[26] 1876 merged with Kingston upon Hull MB
March LBD Cambridgeshire (1851–89), Isle of Ely (1889–94) 1851[16] 1894 March UD
Newmarket LBD Suffolk and Cambridgeshire (1851-89), West Suffolk (1889-1894) 1851 1894 Newmarket UD
Northallerton LBD Yorkshire (1851–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1851[27] 1894 Northallerton UD
Penrith LBD Cumberland 1851[28] 1894 Penrith UD
Thurmaston LBD Leicestershire 1851[21] 1894 Thurmaston UD
Gainsborough LBD Lincolnshire (1852–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1852[20] 1894 Gainsborough UD
Halstead LBD Essex 1852[9] 1894 Halstead UD
Havant LBD Hampshire 1852[3] 1894 Havant UD
Royal Leamington Spa LBD Warwickshire 1852[29] 1875 Royal Leamington Spa MB
Witham LBD Essex 1852[9] 1894 Witham UD
Woolwich LBD Kent (1852–89), London (1889–1900) 1852 1900 Woolwich MetB
Worksop LBD Nottinghamshire 1852[30] 1894 Worksop UD
Worthing LBD Sussex (1852–89), West Sussex (1889–90) 1852[31] 1890 Worthing MB
Clevedon LBD Somerset 1853[11] 1894 Clevedon UD
Hexham LBD Northumberland 1853[7] 1894 Hexham UD
Keswick LBD Cumberland 1853[28] 1894 Keswick UD
Littlehampton LBD Sussex (1853–89), West Sussex (1889–94) 1853[25] 1894 Littlehampton UD
Redruth LBD Cornwall 1853[32] 1894 Redruth UD
Shirley and Freemantle LBD Hampshire 1853[3] 1894 Shirley and Freemantle UD
Street LBD Somerset 1853[11] 1894 Street UD
Wallasey LBD Cheshire 1853[33] 1894 Wallasey UD
Arnold LBD Nottinghamshire 1854[30] 1894 Arnold UD
Houghton-le-Spring LBD County Durham 1854[8] 1894 Houghton-le-Spring UD
Malton LBD Yorkshire (1854–89), North Riding of Yorkshire and
East Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94)
1854[27] 1894 Malton UD, N Yorks and Norton UD, E Yorks
Wanstead LBD Essex 1854[9] 1894 Wanstead UD
Willenhall LBD Staffordshire 1854[34] 1894 Willenhall UD
Redcar LBD Yorkshire (1855–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1855[27] 1894 Redcar UD
Tipton LBD Staffordshire 1855[34] 1894 Tipton UD
Tunstall LBD Staffordshire 1855[34] 1894 Tunstall UD
Wellingborough LBD Northamptonshire 1855[35] 1894 Wellingborough UD
Smethwick LBD Staffordshire 1856[36] 1894 Smethwick UD
Aldershot LBD Hampshire 1857[3] 1894 Aldershot UD
Dukinfield LBD Cheshire 1857[22] 1894 Dukinfield UD
Stroud LBD Gloucestershire 1857[37] 1894 Stroud UD
Wheatley LBD Oxfordshire 1857[38] 1894 Wheatley UD

1858-69Edit

Local government district

County

Created

Abolished

Successor(s)

East Vale LGD Staffordshire 1858[39] 1883 absorbed by Longton MB
Fairfield LGD Derbyshire 1858[19] 1894 Fairfield UD
Lindfield LGD Sussex 1858[40] by 1888 absorbed by Cuckfield RSD
Dunstable LGD Bedfordshire 1863 1864 Dunstable MB
Redditch LGD Worcestershire and Warwickshire (1858–89), Worcestershire (1889–94) 1858[41] 1894 Redditch UD
Bicester King's End LGD Oxfordshire 1859[38] 1875 Bicester LGD
Bideford LGD Devon 1859[18] 18?? merged with Bideford MB
Boston LGD Lincolnshire 1859[20] 18?? merged with Boston MB
East Cowes LGD Hampshire (1859–89), Isle of Wight (1889–94) 1859[3] 1894 East Cowes UD
Ellesmere LGD Shropshire 1859[42] 1894 Ellesmere UD
Hanley LGD Staffordshire 1859[43] 18?? merged with Hanley MB
Higher Bebington LGD Cheshire 1859[33] 1894 Higher Bebington UD
Marlborough LGD† Wiltshire 1859[44] 18?? merged with Marlborough MB
Sutton Bridge LGD Lincolnshire (1859–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Holland (1889–94) 1859[20] 1894 Sutton Bridge UD
Teignmouth LGD Devon 1859[18] 1894 Teignmouth UD
Tring LGD Hertfordshire 1859[5] 1894 Tring UD
Uckfield LGD Sussex (1859–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1859[25] 1894 Uckfield UD
Weston-super-Mare LGD Somerset 1859[11] 1894 Weston-super-Mare UD
Wiveliscombe LGD Somerset 1859[11] 1894 Wiveliscombe UD
Alton LGD Hampshire 1860[3] 1894 Alton UD
Cuckfield LGD Sussex (1860–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1860[25] 1894 Cuckfield UD
Dawlish LGD Devon 1860[18] 1894 Dawlish UD
Long Sutton LGD Lincolnshire (1860–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Holland (1889–94) 1860[20] 1894 Long Sutton UD
Tunbridge Wells LGD Kent and Sussex 1860[14] 1889 Tunbridge Wells MB
Whitchurch and Dodington LGD Shropshire 1860[42] 1894 Whitchurch and Dodington UD
Bedlingtonshire LGD Northumberland 1861[7] 1894 Bedlingtonshire UD
Blaydon LGD County Durham 1861[8] 1894 Blaydon UD
Bromsgrove Town LGD Worcestershire 1861[41] 1894 Bromsgrove Town UD
Dronfield LGD Derbyshire 1861[19] 1894 Dronfield UD
Whittington LGD Derbyshire 1861[45] 1894 Whittington UD
Balsall Heath LGD Worcestershire 1862[46] 1891 absorbed by Birmingham CB, Warks.
Bicester Market End LGD Oxfordshire 1862[38] 1875 Bicester LGD
Bollington LGD Cheshire 1862[22] 1894 Bollington UD
Chorley LGD Cheshire 1862[22] 1894 Alderley Edge UD
Kirklington with Upsland LGD Yorkshire (1862–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1862[27] 1894 Kirklington cum Upsland UD
Lower Brixham LGD Devon 1862[18] 1894 Lower Brixham UD
Sandbach LGD Cheshire 1862[22] 1894 Sandbach UD
Ashford LGD Kent 1863[14] 1894 Ashford UD
Awre LGD Gloucestershire 1863[37] 1894 Awre UD
Bakewell LGD Derbyshire 1863[19] 1894 Bakewell UD
Barnet LGD Hertfordshire and Middlesex (1863–89), Hertfordshire (1889–94) 1863[5] 1894 Barnet UD
Barton St Mary LGD Gloucestershire 1863[47] 1874 absorbed by Gloucester MB
Barton St Michael LGD Gloucestershire 1863[47] 1874 absorbed by Gloucester MB
Barton-upon-Humber LGD Lincolnshire (1863–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1863[20] 1894 Barton-upon-Humber UD
Baslow LGD Derbyshire 1863[19] 1894 Baslow and Bubnell UD
Bonsall LGD Derbyshire 1863[19] 1894 Bonsall UD
Bridlington LGD Yorkshire (1863–89), East Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1863[27] 1894 Bridlington UD
Bromsgrove Country LGD Worcestershire 1863[48] 1894 Bromsgrove Country UD
Buglawton LGD Cheshire 1863[22] 1894 Buglawton UD
Cockermouth LGD Cumberland 1863[28] 1894 Cockermouth UD
Cottingham LGD Yorkshire (1863–89), East Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1863[49] 1894 Cottingham UD
Dresden LGD Staffordshire 1863[39] 1884 absorbed by Longton MB
Ealing LGD Middlesex 1863 1894 Ealing UD
East Barnet Valley LGD Hertfordshire and Middlesex (1863–89), Hertfordshire (1889–94) 1863[5] 1894 East Barnet Valley UD
Fenton LGD Staffordshire 1863[34] 1894 Fenton UD
Hampton Wick LGD Middlesex 1863 1894 Hampton Wick UD
Heage LGD Derbyshire 1863[19] 1894 Heage UD
Hollingworth LGD Cheshire 1863[22] 1894 Hollingworth UD
Holme Cultram LGD Cumberland 1863[28] 1894 Holme Cultram UD
Lower Bebington LGD Cheshire 1863[33] 1894 Lower Bebington UD
Lower Mitton (Stourport) LGD Worcestershire 1863[41] 1894 Stourport UD
Lymm LGD Cheshire 1863[22] 1894 Lymm UD
Madron LGD Cornwall 1863[32] 1894 Madron UD
Masham LGD Yorkshire (1863–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1863[27] 1894 Masham UD
Newnham LGD Gloucestershire 1863[37] 1894 Newnham UD
North Darley (Darley Dale) LGD Derbyshire 1863[19] 1894 North Darley UD
Northwich LGD Cheshire 1863[22] 1894 Northwich UD
Oswestry LGD Shropshire 1863[42] 18?? merged with Oswestry MB
Paignton LGD Devon 1863[18] 1894 Paignton UD
Pickering LGD Yorkshire (1863–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1863[27] 1894 Pickering UD
Roxby cum Risby LGD Lincolnshire (1863–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1863[20] 1894 Roxby cum Risby UD
Ryton LGD County Durham 1863[8] 1894 Ryton UD
Seghill LGD Northumberland 1863[7] 1894 Seghill UD
Shanklin LGD Hampshire (1863–89), Isle of Wight (1889–94) 1863[3] 1894 Shanklin UD
Sidmouth LGD Devon 1863[18] 1894 Sidmouth UD
Sittingbourne LGD Kent 1863[14] 1894 Sittingbourne UD
South Blyth LGD Northumberland 1863[7] 1894 Blyth UD
South Darley LGD Derbyshire 1863[19] 1894 South Darley UD
South Hornsey LGD Middlesex 1863 1894 South Hornsey UD
Southwick on Wear LGD County Durham 1863[8] 1894 Southwick on Wear UD
Slough LGD Buckinghamshire 1863 1894 Slough UD
Tow Law LGD County Durham 1863[8] 1894 Tow Law UD
Warsop LGD Nottinghamshire 1863[30] 1894 Warsop UD
Wednesfield LGD Staffordshire 1863[34] 1894 Wednesfield UD
Westbury on Severn LGD Gloucestershire 1863[37] 1894 Westbury on Severn UD
Willington Quay LGD Northumberland 1863[50] 1894 Willington Quay UD
Winterton LGD Lincolnshire (1863–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1863[20] 1894 Winterton UD
Witney LGD Oxfordshire 1863[38] 1894 Witney UD
Wrotham LGD Kent 1863[14] 1894 Wrotham UD
Bisley LGD Gloucestershire 1864[2] 1894 Stroud RD
Bowdon LGD Cheshire 1864[22] 1894 Bowdon UD
Brigg (Glanford Brigg) LGD Lincolnshire (1864–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1864[20] 1894 Brigg UD
Broughton LGD Lincolnshire (1864–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1864[20] 1894 Broughton UD
Cleator Moor LGD Cumberland 1864[28] 1894 Cleator Moor UD
Cowpen LGD Northumberland 1864[7] 1894 Cowpen UD
Grantham LGD Lincolnshire 1864[20] 18?? merged with Grantham MB
Harborne LGD Staffordshire 1864[46] 1891 absorbed by Birmingham CB, Warks.
Hoole LGD Cheshire 1864[22] 1894 Hoole UD
Howden Panns LGD Northumberland 1864[7] 1894 absorbed by Willington Quay UD
Ludgvan LGD Cornwall 1864[32] 1894 Ludgvan UD
New Swindon LGD Wiltshire 1864[44] 1894 Swindon New Town UD
Old Swindon LGD Wiltshire 1864[44] 1894 Old Swindon UD
Oxford LGD Oxfordshire and Berkshire 1864[38] 1889 absorbed by Oxford CB
Padstow LGD Cornwall 1864[32] 1894 Padstow UD
Quorndon LGD Leicestershire 1864[21] 1894 Quorndon UD
Ruskington LGD Lincolnshire (1864–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Kesteven (1889–94) 1864[20] 1894 Ruskington UD
Smallthorne LGD Staffordshire 1864[34] 1894 Smallthorne UD
Spennymoor LGD County Durham 1864[8] 1894 Spennymoor UD
St Austell LGD Cornwall 1864[32] 1894 St Austell UD
Trowbridge LGD Wiltshire 1864[44] 1894 Trowbridge UD
Wolborough LGD Devon 1864[18] 1894 Newton Abbot UD
Acton LGD Middlesex 1865 1894 Acton UD
Bredbury LGD (1865–80),
Bredbury and Romiley LGD (1880–94)
Cheshire 1865[22] 1894 Bredbury and Romiley UD
Consett LGD County Durham 1865[8] 1894 Consett UD
Cramlington LGD Northumberland 1865[7] 1894 Cramlington UD
Crowle LGD Lincolnshire and Yorkshire (1865–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1865[20] 1894 Crowle UD
Frome LGD Somerset 1865[11] 1894 Frome UD
Guisborough LGD Yorkshire (1865–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1865[27] 1894 Guisborough UD
Hornsea LGD Yorkshire (1865–89), East Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1865[27] 1894 Hornsea UD
Kingsholm St Catherine LGD Gloucestershire 1865[47] 1874 absorbed by Gloucester MB
Matlock Bath and Scarthin Nick LGD Derbyshire 1865[19] 1894 Matlock Bath and Scarthin Nick UD
New Shoreham LGD Sussex (1865–89), West Sussex (1889–94) 1865[25] 1894 New Shoreham UD
Normanby LGD Yorkshire (1865–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1865[27] 1894 South Bank in Normanby UD
Ormesby LGD Yorkshire (1865–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1865[27] 1894 Ormesby UD
Rugeley LGD Staffordshire 1865[34] 1894 Rugeley UD
St Columb Major LGD Cornwall 1865[32] 1878 absorbed by St Columb Major RSD
Walmer LGD Kent 1865[14] 1894 Walmer UD
Windermere LGD Westmorland 1865[28] 1894 Windermere UD
Benfieldside LGD County Durham 1866[8] 1894 Benfieldside UD
Bishop's Stortford LGD Hertfordshire 1866[5] 1894 Bishop's Stortford UD
Bognor LGD Sussex (1866–89), West Sussex (1889–94) 1866[25] 1894 Bognor UD
Devonport LGD Devon 1866[18] 18?? merged with Devonport MB
Farnham LGD Surrey 1866[17] 1894 Farnham UD
Hayle LGD Cornwall 1866[32] 1894 Hayle UD
Heath Town (Wednesfield Heath) LGD Staffordshire 1866[34] 1894 Wednesfield Heath UD
Horncastle LGD Lincolnshire (1866–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1866[20] 1894 Horncastle UD
Leadgate LGD County Durham 1866[8] 1894 Leadgate UD
Lymington LGD Hampshire 1866[3] 1889 absorbed by Lymington MB
Lynton LGD Devon 1866[18] 1894 Lynton UD
Phillack LGD Cornwall 1866[32] 1894 Phillack UD
Sandown LGD Hampshire (1866–89), Isle of Wight (1889–94) 1866[3] 1894 Sandown UD
Seaton Carew LGD County Durham 1866[8] 1883 absorbed by West Hartlepool
Skelton LGD Yorkshire (1866–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1866[27] 1894 Skelton and Brotton UD
St Mary Church LGD Devon 1866[4] 1894 St Mary Church UD
Stowmarket LGD Suffolk (1866–89), East Suffolk (1889–94) 1866[51] 1894 Stowmarket UD
Sutton in Ashfield LGD Nottinghamshire 1866[30] 1894 Sutton in Ashfield UD
Ventnor LGD Hampshire (1866–89), Isle of Wight (1889–94) 1866[3] 1894 Ventnor UD
Walker LGD Northumberland 1866[50] 1894 Walker UD
Wallsend LGD Northumberland 1866[7] 1894 Wallsend UD
Wimbledon LGD Surrey 1866[17] 1894 Wimbledon UD
Bampton LGD Devon 1867[18] 1894 Bampton UD
Bowness on Windermere LGD Westmorland 1867[28] 1894 Bowness on Windermere UD
Brierley Hill LGD Staffordshire 1867[34] 1894 Brierley Hill UD
Bromley LGD Kent 1867[14] 1894 Bromley UD
East Dean LGD Gloucestershire 1867[52] 1870 N/A
East Molesey LGD Surrey 1867[17] 1894 East Molesey UD
Great Malvern LGD Worcestershire 1867[41] 1894 Great Malvern UD
Hornsey LGD Middlesex 1867 1894 Hornsey UD
Hinckley LGD Leicestershire and Warwickshire (1867–89), Leicestershire (1889–94) 1867[21] 1894 Hinckley UD
Hucknall Torkard LGD Nottinghamshire 1867[30] 1894 Hucknall Torkard UD
Neston and Parkgate LGD Cheshire 1867[22] 1894 Neston and Parkgate UD
New Malden LGD Surrey 1867[17] 1894 New Malden UD
Northam LGD Devon 1867[4] 1894 Northam UD
Portland LGD Dorset 1867[53] 1894 Portland UD
Quarry Bank LGD Staffordshire 1867[34] 1894 Quarry Bank UD
Ripley LGD Derbyshire 1867[19] 1894 Ripley UD
Sale LGD Cheshire 1867[22] 1894 Sale UD
Sedgley LGD Staffordshire 1867[34] 1894 Sedgley UD
Teddington LGD Middlesex 1867 1894 Teddington UD
Warminster LGD Wiltshire 1867[44] 1894 Warminster UD
Ashbourne LGD Derbyshire 1868[19] 1894 Ashbourne UD
Chepping Wycombe LGD Buckinghamshire 1868[54] 1880 split between High Wycombe MB and Wycombe RSD
Felling LGD County Durham 1868[8] 1894 Felling UD
Filey LGD Yorkshire (1868–89), East Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1868[27] 1894 Filey UD
Kidsgrove LGD Staffordshire 1868[34] 1894 Kidsgrove UD
Kirkby Lonsdale LGD Westmorland 1868[28] 1894 Kirkby Lonsdale UD
Mansfield Woodhouse LGD Nottinghamshire 1868[30] 1894 Mansfield Woodhouse UD
Midsomer Norton LGD Somerset 1868[11] 1894 Midsomer Norton UD
Newquay LGD Cornwall 1868[55] 1894 Newquay UD
Twickenham LGD Middlesex 1868 1894 Twickenham UD
Darlaston LGD Staffordshire 1869[34] 1894 Darlaston UD
Hadleigh LGD Suffolk (1869–89), West Suffolk (1889–94) 1869[51] 1894 Hadleigh UD
Middlewich LGD Cheshire 1869[22] 1894 Middlewich UD
Rowley Regis LGD Staffordshire 1869[34] 1894 Rowley Regis UD

†Not put into practical operation until 1866.

1870-79Edit

When the Public Health Act 1875 came into force in 1875, all local board districts and local government districts were designated urban sanitary districts, alongside the newly created rural sanitary districts; see list: Rural sanitary districts formed in England and Wales 1875–94.

Local government district

County

Created

Abolished

Successor(s)

Hinderwell LGD Yorkshire (1870–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1870[27] 1894 Hinderwell UD
Newbiggin LGD Northumberland 1870[7] 1894 Newbiggin-by-the-Sea UD
Coleford LGD Gloucestershire 1871[37] 1894 Coleford UD
Heworth LGD County Durham 1871[8] 18?? Felling LGD
Horfield LGD† Gloucestershire 1871[56] 1894 Horfield UD
Sevenoaks LGD Kent 1871[14] 1894 Sevenoaks UD
Southborough LGD Kent 1871[14] 1894 Southborough UD
South Cave and Wallingfen LGD Yorkshire (1871–89), East Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1871[57] 1894 absorbed by Howden RD and Beverley RD
Swadlincote LGD Derbyshire 1871[19] 1894 Swadlincote UD
Ashby Woulds LGD Leicestershire 1872[21] 1894 Ashby Woulds UD
Baldock LGD Hertfordshire 1872[5] 1894 Baldock UD
Billinge LGD Lancashire 1872[58] 1894 Billinge UD
East Stonehouse LGD Devon 1872[18] 1894 East Stonehouse UD
Grasmere LGD Westmorland 1872[28] 1894 Grasmere UD
Haywards Heath (St Wilfrid's) LGD Sussex (1872–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1872[59] 1894 Haywards Heath UD
Malvern Link LGD Worcestershire 1872[41] 1894 Malvern Link UD
Ramsey LGD Huntingdonshire 1872[60] 1894 Ramsey UD
Short Heath LGD Staffordshire 1872[34] 1894 Short Heath UD
South Gosforth LGD Northumberland 1872[7] 1894 South Gosforth UD
Staines LGD Middlesex 1872 1894 Staines UD
St Helens LGD Hampshire (1872–89), Isle of Wight (1889–94) 1872[3] 1894 St Helens UD
Stow on the Wold LGD Gloucestershire 1872[37] 1894 Stow on the Wold UD
Thame LGD Oxfordshire 1872[38] 1894 Thame UD
Whitby LGD Yorkshire (1872–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1872[27] 1894 Whitby UD
Audley LGD Staffordshire 1873[34] 1894 Audley UD
Bromborough LGD Cheshire 1873[22] 1894 Bromborough UD
Buxton LGD Derbyshire 1873[45] 1894 Buxton UD
Camborne LGD Cornwall 1873[32] 1894 Camborne UD
Chatham LGD Kent 1873[14] 1890 Chatham MB
Chatteris LGD Cambridgeshire (1873–89), Isle of Ely (1889–94) 1873[16] 1894 Chatteris UD
Hebburn LGD County Durham 1873[8] 1894 Hebburn UD
Hitchin LGD Hertfordshire 1873[5] 1894 Hitchin UD
Hucknall Huthwaite LGD Nottinghamshire 1873[30] 1894 Hucknall under Huthwaite UD
Kettering LGD Northamptonshire 1873[35] 1894 Kettering UD
Mottram in Longendale LGD Cheshire 1873[22] 1894 Mottram in Longendale UD
Newbold-cum-Dunston LGD Derbyshire 1873[45] 1894 Newbold and Dunston UD
Stevenage LGD Hertfordshire 1873[5] 1894 Stevenage UD
St George LGD Gloucestershire 1873[56] 1894 St George UD
Swanage LGD Dorset 1873[53] 1894 Swanage UD
Wellington LGD Somerset 1873[11] 1894 Wellington UD
Whitley and Monkseaton LGD Northumberland 1873[7] 1894 Whitley and Monkseaton UD
Woodford LGD Essex 1873[9] 1894 Woodford UD
Beeston LGD Nottinghamshire 1874[30] 1894 Beeston UD
Brentford LGD Middlesex 1874 1894 Brentford UD
Cleethorpe LGD Lincolnshire (1874–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1874[20] 1894 Cleethorpes with Thrunscoe UD
Great Driffield LGD Yorkshire (1874–89), East Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1874[27] 1894 Great Driffield UD
Handsworth LGD Staffordshire 1874[46] 1894 Handsworth UD
Northfleet LGD Kent 1874[14] 1894 Northfleet UD
Radstock LGD Somerset 1874[11] 1894 Radstock UD
Stanhope LGD County Durham 1874[8] 1894 Stanhope UD
Willesden LGD Middlesex 1874 1894 Willesden UD
Bicester LGD Oxfordshire 1875[38] 1894 Bicester UD
Brampton and Walton LGD Derbyshire 1875[19] 1894 Brampton and Walton UD
Charlton Kings LGD†† Gloucestershire 1875[37] 1894 Charlton Kings UD
Clay Lane LGD Derbyshire 1875[19] 1894 Clay Cross UD
Heston and Isleworth LGD Middlesex 1875 1894 Heston and Isleworth UD
Horsham LGD Sussex (1875–89), West Sussex (1889–94) 1875[25] 1894 Horsham UD
Long Eaton LGD Derbyshire 1875[19] 1894 Long Eaton UD
Marple LGD Cheshire 1875[22] 1894 Marple UD
Millom LGD Cumberland 1875[28] 1894 Millom UD
New Mills LGD Derbyshire and Cheshire (1875–89), Derbyshire (1889–94) 1875[19] 1894 New Mills UD
North Walsham LGD Norfolk 1875[15] 1894 North Walsham UD
Whickham LGD County Durham 1875[8] 1894 Whickham UD
Wigton LGD Cumberland 1875[28] 1894 Wigton UD
Winsford LGD Cheshire 1875[33] 1894 Winsford UD
Cirencester LGD Gloucestershire 1876[37] 1894 Cirencester UD
Dawley Magna LGD Shropshire 1876[42] 1894 Dawley UD
Erith LGD Kent 1876[14] 1894 Erith UD
Lofthouse LGD Yorkshire (1876–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1876[61] 1894 Loftus UD
Shepton Mallet LGD Somerset 1876[11] 1894 Shepton Mallet UD
St Neots LGD Huntingdonshire 1876[60] 1894 St Neots UD
Belper LGD Derbyshire 1877[19] 1894 Belper UD
Brandon and Byshottles LGD County Durham 1877[8] 1894 Brandon and Byshottles UD
Brown Hills LGD Staffordshire 1877[34] 1894 Brownhills UD
Cannock LGD Staffordshire 1877[34] 1894 Cannock UD
East Dereham LGD Norfolk 1877[15] 1894 East Dereham UD
Kenilworth LGD Warwickshire 1877[10] 1894 Kenilworth UD
Kirkleatham LGD Yorkshire (1877–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1877[27] 1894 Kirkleatham UD
Shildon and Thickley LGD County Durham 1877[8] 1894 Shildon UD
Tetbury LGD Gloucestershire 1877[37] 1894 Tetbury UD
Wirksworth LGD Derbyshire 1877[19] 1894 Wirksworth UD
Beckenham LGD Kent 1878[14] 1894 Beckenham UD
Benwell and Fenham LGD Northumberland 1878[50] 1894 Benwell and Fenham UD
Budleigh Salterton LGD Devon 1878[18] 1894 Budleigh Salterton UD
East Ham LGD Essex 1878[62] 1894 East Ham UD
Finchley LGD Middlesex 1878 1894 Finchley UD
Haverhill LGD Suffolk and Essex (1878–89), West Suffolk (1889–94) 1878[51] 1894 Haverhill UD
Market Rasen LGD Lincolnshire (1878–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1878[20] 1894 Market Rasen UD
Melksham LGD Wiltshire 1878[44] 1894 Melksham UD
Seaton and Beer LGD Devon 1878[18] 1894 Seaton UD
Stone LGD Staffordshire 1878[34] 1894 Stone UD
Wilmslow LGD Cheshire 1878[22] 1894 Wilmslow UD
Amble LGD Northumberland 1879[7] 1894 Amble UD
Broadstairs and St Peter's LGD Kent 1879[14] 1894 Broadstairs and St Peter's UD
Burgess Hill LGD Sussex (1879–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1879[59] 1894 Burgess Hill UD
Egremont LGD Cumberland 1879[28] 1894 Egremont UD
Hendon LGD Middlesex 1879 1894 Hendon UD
Saltburn by the Sea LGD Yorkshire (1879–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1879[27] 1894 Saltburn by the Sea UD
Stapleton LGD Gloucestershire 1879[56] 1894 Stapleton UD

†Had adopted the Act in 1866. ††Had adopted the Act in 1861.

1880-89Edit

Local Government District

County

Created

Abolished

Successor(s)

Bexley LGD Kent 1880[14] 1894 Bexley UD
Chesterton LGD Cambridgeshire 1880[63] 1894 Chesterton UD
Salcombe LGD Devon 1880[18] 1894 Salcombe UD
Carlton LGD Nottinghamshire 1881[30] 1894 Carlton UD
Compton Gifford LGD Devon 1881[4] 1894 Compton Gifford UD
Dorking LGD Surrey 1881[17] 1894 Dorking UD
Newhaven LGD Sussex (1881–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1881[25] 1894 Newhaven UD
Southgate LGD Middlesex 1881 1894 Southgate UD
Willington LGD County Durham 1881[8] 1894 Willington UD
Arlecdon and Frizington LGD Cumberland 1882[28] 1894 Arlecdon and Frizington UD
Barking Town LGD Essex 1882[9] 1894 Barking Town UD
Biddulph LGD Staffordshire 1882[34] 1894 Biddulph UD
Sutton LGD Surrey 1882[64] 1894 Sutton UD
Carshalton LGD Surrey 1883[17] 1894 Carshalton UD
Friern Barnet LGD Middlesex 1883 1894 Friern Barnet UD
Seaford LGD Sussex (1883–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1883[25] 1894 Seaford UD
Tettenhall LGD Staffordshire 1883[34] 1894 Tettenhall UD
Bexhill LGD Sussex (1884–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1884[25] 1894 Bexhill UD
Chesham LGD Buckinghamshire 1884 1894 Chesham UD
East Grinstead LGD Sussex (1884–89), East Sussex (1889–94) 1884[25] 1894 East Grinstead UD
Eston LGD Yorkshire (1884–89), North Riding of Yorkshire (1889–94) 1884[27] 1894 Eston UD
Ambleside LGD Westmorland 1885[28] 1894 Ambleside UD
Cromer LGD Norfolk 1885[65] 1894 Cromer UD
Hanwell LGD Middlesex 1885 1894 Hanwell UD
Skegness LGD Lincolnshire (1885–89), Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey (1889–94) 1885[20] 1894 Skegness UD
Cheadle and Gatley LGD Cheshire 1886[22] 1894 Cheadle and Gatley UD
Grays Thurrock LGD Essex 1886[9] 1894 Grays Thurrock UD
Felixstowe and Walton LGD Suffolk (1887–89), East Suffolk (1889–94) 1887[51] 1894 Felixstowe UD
Shepshed LGD Leicestershire 1887[21] 1894 Shepshed UD
Wood Green LGD Middlesex 1888 1894 Wood Green UD

1890-94Edit

Local government district

County

Created

Abolished

Successor(s)

Hampton LGD Middlesex 1890 1894 Hampton UD
Ilford LGD Essex 1890[9] 1894 Ilford UD
Kingswood LGD Gloucestershire 1890[37] 1894 Kingswood UD
Scunthorpe LGD Lincolnshire, Parts of Lindsey 1890[20] 1894 Scunthorpe UD
Caversham LGD Oxfordshire 1891[66] 1894 Caversham UD
Desborough LGD Northamptonshire 1891[35] 1894 Desborough UD
Great Clacton LGD Essex 1891[62] 1894 Clacton UD
Harrington LGD Cumberland 1891[28] 1894 Harrington UD
Leighton Buzzard LGD Bedfordshire 1891[67] 1894 Leighton Buzzard UD
Minehead LGD Somerset 1891[11] 1894 Minehead UD
Norwood LGD Middlesex 1891 1894 Southall Norwood UD
Paul LGD Cornwall 1891[32] 1894 Paul UD
Rothwell LGD Northamptonshire 1891[35] 1894 Rothwell UD
Rushden LGD Northamptonshire 1891[35] 1894 Rushden UD
West Bridgford LGD Nottinghamshire 1891[30] 1894 West Bridgford UD
West Kirby and Hoylake LGD Cheshire 1891[22] 1894 West Kirby and Hoylake UD
Aspatria LGD Cumberland 1892[28] 1894 Aspatria UD
Biggleswade LGD Bedfordshire 1892[67] 1894 Biggleswade UD
Branksome LGD Dorset 1892[53] 1894 Branksome UD
Coalville LGD Leicestershire 1892[21] 1894 Coalville UD
Hunstanton LGD Norfolk 1892[15] 1894 Hunstanton UD
Portishead LGD Somerset 1892[11] 1894 Portishead UD
Stanley LGD County Durham 1892[8] 1894 Stanley UD
Wimborne LGD Dorset 1892[53] 1894 Wimborne Minster UD
Ampthill LGD Bedfordshire 1893[67] 1895 Ampthill UD
Barnes LGD Surrey 1893[17] 1894 Barnes UD
Bolsover LGD Derbyshire 1893[19] 1894 Bolsover UD
Eastleigh LGD Hampshire 1893[3] 1894 Eastleigh UD
Kingsbridge and Dodbrooke LGD (1893),
Kingsbridge LGD (1893-94)
Devon 1893[18] 1894 Kingsbridge UD
Newburn LGD Northumberland 1893[7] 1894 Newburn UD
Nuneaton and Chilvers Cotton LGD Warwickshire 1893[10] 1894 Nuneaton and Chilvers Cotton UD
Petersfield LGD Hampshire 1893[3] 1894 Petersfield UD
Pockington LGD East Riding of Yorkshire 1893[27] 1894 Pockington UD
Woking LGD Surrey 1893[17] 1894 Woking UD

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