Tatham, Lancashire is in the Lower Lune Valley Ward of Lancaster City Council.  With an electorate of 329 it covers an area of 3,939 hectares on the northern slopes of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is 9 miles long and 3 miles wide.

Near the southern boundary is the highest point in the parish, White Hill, at 544 metres (1784ft) above sea level.

Click the thumbnail on the left for an
old, but detailed, map of the parish.

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from Google