Region:North West England

North West England
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The region of North West England in England
CountryUnited Kingdom
Number of zones2785
Maximum PPH3206
Last updated2021-01-09


North West England is one of twelve regions in the United Kingdom. It includes the counties of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside and has about seven million inhabitants.

The largest city is Manchester, other of the region's most populous towns are Liverpool, Warrington, Blackpool, Chester, Stockport, Sale and Bolton.

Adjacent regions are Scotland in the north, North East England and Yorkshire & The Humber in the east, East Midlands in the southeast, West Midlands in the south and Wales in the southwest.

Geographical division[edit]

Municipalities[edit]

In the North West England there are eleven municipalities with at least one turf zone:

Municipality Zones
Blackburn with Darwen 45
Blackpool 61
Cheshire East 86
Cheshire West and Chester 331
Cumbria 327
Greater Manchester 823
Halton 70
Lancashire 731
Merseyside 223
Sefton 64
Warrington 24

Zones[edit]

There are 2785 turf zones in the region, two of which is counted as World Heritage Sites, one Winner zone, five Water zones, 62 Train station zones, one National park zone, 37 Monument zones, 146 Holy zones, 121 Bridge zones, four Castle zones and 21 Ruin zones.

Updated: 2021-01-09

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