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Former Police Station, Church Street, Wooler


No. 17, Church Street in Wooler is a former police station. The police station and police house were built in 1850, and enlarged in 1887. In July 2015, Wooler neighbourhood police office moved to Padgepool Place in the Cheviot Centre, Wooler. The former police station was put up for sale by Northumbria Police in October 2015. A planning application to convert it for use as a guest house was approved in March 2017. It opened as 'The Old Court House' B&B in February, 2018. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Wooler Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wooler Civil Parish 1850
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Police station, Church Street, Wooler

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Ex-Wooler police station could be turned into a B&B
- Northumberland Gazette, 16th February 2017. "....An application to convert Wooler's former police station into a guesthouse has been lodged with Northumberland County Council...."

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Eight former Northumbria Police stations are put up for sale as force looks to make savings
- Chronicle Live, 14 October 2015. "The former blue light properties up for grabs are in Newcastle, Tynemouth and Northumberland....Northumbria Police is selling the properties after carrying out a review ...

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List number: 1042331
List grade: 2
Post code: NE71 6DA
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NT9923928103

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