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Public Slaughterhouses

Volume 527: debated on Friday 7 May 1954

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asked the Minister of Food which local authorities in England and Wales operate public abattoirs at present in use; and what are the locations of abattoirs built since 1940 by his Department.

Public slaughterhouses at present in use under the Meat Control Scheme are located in the following local authority areas in England and Wales:

Local Authority Slaughterhouses in England

  • Accrington B.C.
  • Alnwick U.D.C.
  • Altrincham B. C.
  • Barnsley C.B.C.
  • Barnstaple B.C.
  • Barrow-in-Furness C.B.C
  • Bideford B.C.
  • Birkenhead C.B.C.
  • Birmingham C.B.C
  • Blackburn C.B.C.
  • Blackpool C.B.C.
  • Blyth B.C.
  • Bolton C.B.C.
  • Bradford C.B.C.
  • Brighton C.B.C
  • Bristol C.B.C.
  • Burnley C.B.C.
  • Bury C.B.C.
  • Carlisle C.B.C.
  • Cheltenham B.C
  • Chester C.B.C.
  • Chesterfield B.C.
  • Chorley B.C.
  • Clitheroe B.C.
  • Colne B.C.
  • Coventry C.B.C.
  • Croydon C.B.C.
  • Darlington C.B.C.
  • Dartmouth B.C.
  • Derby C.B.C.
  • Doncaster C.B.C
  • Exeter C.B.C.
  • Glendale R.D.C
  • Goole B.C.
  • Halifax C.B.C.
  • Hereford B.C.
  • Hexham U.D.C.
  • Huddersfield C.B.C.
  • Hythe B.C.
  • Ilkley U.D.C.
  • Keighley B.C.
  • Kendal B.C.
  • Lancaster B.C.
  • Leeds C.B.C.
  • Leicester C.B.C.
  • Leominster B.C.
  • Lincoln C.B.C.
  • Liverpool C.B.C
  • London (Islington) City ot.
  • Lytham St. Annes B.C.
  • Malton U.D.C.
  • Manchester C.B.C.
  • Market Harborough U.D.C.
  • Maryport U.D.C.
  • Melton Mowbray U.D.C.
  • Middlesbrough C.B.C.
  • Minehead U.D.C.
  • Morpeth B.C.
  • Newcastle on Tyne C.B.C
  • Newton Abbott U.D.C.
  • Northampton C.B.C.
  • Nottingham C.B.C.
  • Nuneaton B.C.
  • Otley U.D.C.
  • Paignton U.D.C
  • Penrith U.D.C.
  • Plymouth C.B.C.
  • Preston C.B.C.
  • Reading C.B.C.
  • Rotherham C.B.C.
  • Rugby B.C.
  • Runcorn U.D.C.
  • St. Helens C.B.C.
  • St. Ives (Hunts) B.C.
  • Scunthorpe B.C.
  • Sheffield C.B.C.
  • Shipley U.D.C.
  • Shrewsbury B.C
  • Skipton U.D.C.
  • Southport C.B.C.
  • South Shields C.B.C.
  • Spenbrough U.D.C.
  • Stoke-on-Trent C.B.C.
  • Tavistock U.D.C.
  • Tiverton B.C.
  • Wakefield C.B.C.
  • West Hartlepool C.B.C.
  • Weston Super Mare B.C.
  • Whitly & Monkseaton U.D.C.
  • Wolverhampton C.B.C.
  • Worcester C.B.C.

Local Authority Slaughterhouses in Wales and Monmoufh

  • Abergavenny B.C.
  • Abergele U.D.C.
  • Aberystwyth B.C.
  • Bangor B.C.
  • Barry B.C.
  • Beaumaris B.C
  • Brecon B.C
  • Cardiff C.B.C.
  • Cardigan B.C.
  • Carmarthen B.C.
  • Caernarvon B.C.
  • Colwyn Bay B.C.
  • Haverfordwest B.C.
  • Lampeter B.C.
  • Llandilo U.D.C.
  • Llandudno U.D.C.
  • Llanelly B.C.
  • Monmouth B.C.
  • Neath B.C.
  • Newport (Mon.) C.B.C.
  • Pembroke Dock B.C.
  • Pontypridd U.D.C.
  • Port Talbot B.C.
  • Pwllheli B.C.
  • Rhyl U.D.C.
  • Swansea C.B.C.
  • Wrexham B.C.

Seven slaughterhouses have been built by the Government and are in operation at Guildford, Fareham, Grimsby, Canterbury, Swindon, Wimborne and Salisbury.