Edmundbyers


 

Edmundbyers is a village in County Durham, in England. The civil parish of Edmondbyers had a population taken at the 2011 Census of 173. It is situated a few miles to the west of Consett, near Derwent Reservoir.

Etymology

Edmundbyers means "Eādmund's dwellings", from the Old English personal name Eādmund (modern Edmund) and bur 'dwelling', modern bower, here in the dialectal form byer. An undated record of the name lists the town as Edminber.

This small village has much history, and most still present today see www.keystothepast.info

today the village has a pub the punch bowl inn, a youth hostel, a church, a village hall and a shop the old village shop.

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Edmundbyers Village Hall

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Edmundbyers Common

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Local history: Edmundbyers (County Durham)

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Derwent Reservoir
- Derwent Reservoir in County Durham is a reservoir on the River Derwent close to the border between County Durham and Northumberland (not to be confused with Derwent Reservoir in Derbyshire). ...
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St Edmund Church, Edmundbyers

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Edmundbyers Youth Hostel

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