Place-names consisting of two separate words are pretty common in the UK. The main stress falls in the second word and the first word gets a secondary stress. Here are a few examples:
ˌBognor ˈRegis (= bɒɡnə riːdʒɪs)ˌClifton ˈHampden ˌMilton ˈKeynes ˌStoke ˈMandeville
If a two-part name is written as one word, then the main stress usually falls within the first word. Examples:
ˈBlackpool ˈNewport ˈRedcar ˈWhitehaven
There are exceptions though. Redˈruth in Cornwall is an example.