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Easington was, from 1974 to 2009, a local government district in eastern County Durham, Englandmarker. It contains the settlements of Easingtonmarker, Seahammarker, Peterleemarker, Murtonmarker, Hordenmarker, Blackhall, Wingate and Castle Edenmarker.

The district was formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of Seahammarker urban district with most of Easington Rural District.

It had the lowest percentage of foreign-born residents in England at 1.2% (2001 census).

The district was abolished as part of the 2009 structural changes to local government in England.

Electorial divisions

  • Blackhalls Blackhalls ward; Nesbitt parish; Sheraton with Hulam parish; Hutton Henry and Station Town parish wards of Hutton Henry parish; Hesleden parish ward of Monk Hesleden parish
  • Dawdonmarker Dawdon ward; Seaham Harbour South parish ward of Seaham parish
  • Deneside Deneside ward; Westlea parish ward of Seaham parish
  • Easingtonmarker Easington Colliery ward; Easington Village parish; Hawthorn parish
  • Horden Horden North ward; Horden South ward
  • Murton Murton East ward; Murton West ward
  • Peterleemarker East Dene House ward; Eden Hill ward
  • Peterlee West Acre Rigg ward; Howletch ward
  • Seahammarker Seaton with Slingley parish; Seaham Harbour North and Seaham North parish wards of Seaham parish
  • Shotton Haswell and Shotton ward; South Hetton parish
  • Thornley Thornley and Wheatley Hill ward; Trimdon Foundry parish
  • Wingate Passfield ward; Castle Eden parish; Wingate parish


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