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Exbury and Lepe

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OS grid reference  SU434002
Country  England
Police  Hampshire
District  New Forest District
Region  South East
Sovereign state  United Kingdom
Shire county  Hampshire
UK parliament constituency  New Forest East
Exbury and Lepe
Population  159 (2001) 174 (2011 Census)

Exbury and Lepe is a civil parish in the New Forest in Hampshire, England. It is bounded to the west by the Beaulieu River, to the south by the shore of the Solent and to the east by the Dark Water. To the north it extends to the New Forest heathland. The parish includes the settlements of Exbury and Lepe.

Map of Exbury and Lepe, UK

The parish forms part of the New Forest district of the county of Hampshire. The parish, district and county councils are responsible for different aspects of local administration. The parish is within the New Forest East constituency of the United Kingdom Parliament, and the South East England constituency of the European Parliament.

The parish has a population of 159 living in 78 households.

References

Exbury and Lepe Wikipedia


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