Dalton Piercy is a small village situated some 6 miles from Hartlepoool town, in Teesside, north-east England; it should perhaps be better described as a hamlet, in that it has no central building around which it developed, such as a church, inn or similar.

The main village centers around our village green where you will find the village pond to the west, our Noticeboard and defibrillator to the centre, the Village Hall, village allotments, play area and finally Dalton Beck to the east which leads to 'The Batts' an area of low lying land owned by the Parish Council and managed as a wildlife area.

The nearest village is Elwick, a one-mile walk north via a footpath across the fields, or a 2-mile drive.  This is where you will find our local primary school; St Peters Elwick.

Dalton Piercy has 129 properties in total, most of which cluster around the registered village green. To the west, before the A19 dual carrigeway are a cluster of homes in an area known as Three Gates.  Four cul-de-sacs of late 20th century housing branch off the main road through the village, where the village green and historic buildings can be found; these are Abbots Lea, College Close, Dalton Heights and Manor Fields.  

To the east, closer to Hartlepool there are a number of farm buildings, outlying homes and a caravan and holiday park.

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