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Waverton is a linear village and civil parish in Cumbria, northwest England. Waverton lies on the main A596 road east of a bridge over the River Waver some 13½ miles southwest of the City of Carlisle. Administratively it forms part of Allerdale district. The parish of Waverton includes the hamlets of Waterside, Woodrow (both south of Waverton) Lessonhall and Waverbridge (north of Waverton). Waverton church was built as a chapel of ease for Wigton Parish church in 1865. Christ Church became the parish church for the newly formed Waverton-cum-Dundraw parish in 1902. St Patrick evangelised near the crossroads before moving on to Aspatria. The church houses fittings from the former Dundraw Mission Church (which stopped being as a place of worship in 1965) including its altar (which was carved by the vicar of the day), and a font. A new war memorial (also from Dundraw) was installed in 2007. External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Waverton, Cumbria A 1901 description of Waverton Map sources for Waverton, Cumbria Coordinates: 54°48′55″N 3°12′44″W / 54.81539°N 3.21219°W / 54.81539; -3.21219 This Cumbria location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e