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Buy Scunthorpe Municipal Borough: The official guide by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible cturer: Burrow. Scunthorpe (borough): lt;p|> | |For other uses, see |Scunthorpe (disambiguation)|.| ||||| || This article has mult World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of. Scunthorpe was an Urban District from to and Municipal Borough from to in Parts of Lindsey, Lincolnshire, England.. It was created as an urban district in under the Local Government Act and subsequently elevated to the status of Municipal Borough in , at which point it was enlarged by gaining parts of the civil parishes of Crosby, Frodingham, Brumby and : Urban District: –, Municipal . This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike International license.: You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work – to copy, distribute and transmit the work.
Scunthorpe received a charter incorporating the town as a municipal borough in Local authority boundary changes brought the town into the new county of Humberside in , and a new non-metropolitan district, the Borough of Scunthorpe was formed with the same boundaries as the old municipal borough. from Industrial Island - A History of Scunthorpe, courtesy of North Lincolnshire Museums Service In at the time of local government reorganisation the Municipal Borough of Scunthorpe was the largest town in North Lindsey, known throughout the world for its latest contribution to the British steel industry, the giant Anchor works, and looking to a prosperous future in steel. This borough was later abolished under the Local Government (Dublin) Act, In the town of Galway was reconstituted as a municipal borough. The Local Government Act abolished municipal boroughs. County boroughs were replaced by statutory "cities", while the title of "borough" was retained for the other towns holding the in: Administrative county. Scunthorpe became an urban district in , merged as 'Scunthorpe, Brumby and Frodingham Urban District' in , and became a municipal borough in EtymologyThe town appears in the Domesday Book () as Escumesthorpe, which is Old Norse for "Skuma's homestead", a site which is believed to be in the town centre close to where the present.
These survived until , when Holland, Kesteven, and most of Lindsey were unified into Lincolnshire. The northern part of Lindsey, including Scunthorpe Municipal Borough and Grimsby County Borough, was incorporated into the newly formed non-metropolitan county of Humberside, along with most of the East Riding of tuent country: England. The Municipal Borough of Scunthorpe. The official handbook [With illustrations and a map.] by Scunthorpe (England) (Book) 2 editions published between and in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Gerard McQuade was born in November and later educated at Scunthorpe Technical High School. He was a member of the Scunthorpe Borough Council, Lindsey County Council and the National Union of General and Municipal Workers. He represented Labour and stood as the candidate for Bridlington during the general election in the early 's where. Scunthorpe Municipal Borough Council (2) Apply Scunthorpe Municipal Borough Council filter Sheffield County Borough Council (22) Apply Sheffield County Borough Council filter Shoreditch Metropolitan Borough Council (37) Apply Shoreditch Metropolitan Borough Council filter.