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Akeld Civil Parish


Akeld Civil Parish is located on the northern edge of the Cheviots, to the west of Wooler in Northumberland. The main settlement is the village of Akeld, and there are also the hamlets of Humbleton and Bendor. The population of the parish was 221 at the time of the 2011 Census. In the past Akeld township was part of the ancient Parish of Kirknewton.

Civil Parishes in Northumberland Humbleton Akeld Township, 1848 Bendor Akeld Historic Buildings and Monuments in Akeld Civil Parish
Akeld
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Akeld
- Overview About Map Street View Akeld is a village in Northumberland. It is located by Akeld Burn near its confluence with the River Glen. During the middle ages the area ...
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Humbleton
- Overview Map Street View Humbleton is a small hamlet below Humbleton hill, located between Akeld and Wooler in Northumberland.
Bendor
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Bendor
- Overview Map Street View Bendor is a Hamlet in Northumberland between Akeld and Wooler. The site of the Battle of Homildon Hill in 1402 is marked by a standing stone in ...
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Local History: Akeld
- "Akeld is a small parish on the northern edge of the Cheviots. It was originally a township in the parish of Wooler. The area is rich in archaeological remains, particularly ...

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Akeld Township, 1848
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Akeld Township, 1848
- AKELD, a township, in the parish of Kirk-Newton, union of Glendale, W. division of Glendale ward, N. division of Northumberland, 3 miles (N.W. by W.) from Wooler; containing 182 inhabitants. ...

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