Thorpe Larches

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Thorpe Larches
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Thorpe Larches
Location within County Durham
Population60 approx
OS grid reference NZ388260
Civil parish
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Postcode district TS21
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54°37′41″N1°23′56″W / 54.628°N 1.399°W / 54.628; -1.399 Coordinates: 54°37′41″N1°23′56″W / 54.628°N 1.399°W / 54.628; -1.399

Thorpe Larches is a small hamlet in County Durham in North East England, situated between Sedgefield and Stockton-on-Tees. There are approximately 21 buildings, 19 of which are houses, and the other two a costume store and a packaging warehouse. The hamlet has around 60 residents.

The village is within catchment range of at least one primary school and one secondary school.

Nearby towns include:

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