Tarvin Rural District

Tarvin was, from 1894 to 1974, a rural district in the administrative county of Cheshire, England. The district was named after the village of Tarvin, and saw considerable boundary changes throughout its life.[1]

Tarvin

Tarvin RD within Cheshire in 1970
Area
  191156,874 acres (230.16 km2)
  193156,871 acres (230.15 km2)
  196162,593 acres (253.30 km2)
Population
  190112,614
  193113,279
  197118,152
History
  OriginSanitary district
  Created1894
  Abolished1974
  Succeeded byChester
StatusRural district
GovernmentTarvin Rural District Council
  HQTarvin House, Tower Wharf, Chester
Subdivisions
  TypeCivil parishes