Bonds, Lancashire
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Bonds is a village in
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, England. It lies immediately south of
Garstang Garstang is an ancient market town and civil parish within the Borough of Wyre, Wyre borough of Lancashire, England. It is north of the city of Preston, Lancashire, Preston and the same distance south of Lancaster, Lancashire, Lancaster. In ...
town centre, on the opposite bank of the
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. It is bounded by the
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to the south and west. Garstang, Bonds, Bowgreave and
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form an almost continuous built-up area, which was bypassed by the
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in 1928.The Times, 28 Oct 1928, page 18 (Some sources state, incorrectly, that this occurred in 1926.). While it is often regarded as a ''de facto'' suburb of Garstang, Bonds forms part of a different
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:
Barnacre-with-Bonds Barnacre-with-Bonds is a civil parish In England, a civil parish is a type of Parish (administrative division), administrative parish used for Local government in England, local government. It is a territorial designation which is the lowes ...
. The
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church of St Mary and St Michael is a
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building consecrated in 1858, superseding a chapel built in 1784.) east of the village is the ruin of Greenhalgh Castle, built in 1490 for Thomas Stanley.


See also

* Listed buildings in Barnacre-with-Bonds


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External links


Barnacre-with-Bonds Parish Council
Villages in Lancashire Garstang {{Lancashire-geo-stub