Ealingham, Northumberland


West Ealingham Farm is located just under 2 miles south of Bellingham in Northumberland and located towards the eastern edge of Ealingham Rigg (ridge). In the past Ealingham was a larger setlement; it was recorded as  a manor owned by the Abbots of Jedburgh up to the 14th century.[1] There is a ruined bastle house from the late 16th or early 17th century, located to the east of the farm, which is a Grade II listed building.[2

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Meadows below Ealingham Farm

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West Ealingham Farm

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View over Ealingham Rigg

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Ealingham shrunken settlement (Bellingham)
- "There is documentary evidence for a settlement at Ealingham from the 14th century when the manor was known as 'le Lee'. The abbots of Jedburgh were the lords of the ...

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BASTLE HOUSE C 300 YARDS EAST OF WEST EALINGHAM FARM - Bellingham - List Entry
- "Ruined bastle house. Late C16 or early C17. Massive random rubble. 36 ft by 24 ft. Formerly 2 storeys but now roofless. Front wall and right return stand to c ...

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Relay Station

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