Healey, Northumberland


Healey is a small village and part of the Civil Parish of Healey in the south of Northumberland. Healey Village is located just over 2 miles east of Slaley and about 2 miles south of Riding Mill. There was a settlement at Healey in medieval times and a bastle, at the site of Healey Hall, which is nearly to the south-west of today's village.[1] Healey Hall itself, was built in 1834 for Robert Ormston. The parish church of St John's, in Healey Village, was built in 1860, and the Vicarage in 1877. Healey Mill is located to the south of the village, by Reaston Burn.

Limited Street View of the edge of Healey Village

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Church of St. John and Old School House, Healey village

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The Vicarage, Healey village

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Burnthouse Cottage

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Sawmill at Healey

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Corfe Gate Cottages

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Track to Balehill Plantation

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Lane and cottage in Healey

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Edward VII postbox, Healey

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Edward VII postbox, Healey - royal cipher

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Healey deserted medieval village (Healey)
- "Healey is mentioned in a number of old documents which give some idea of the number of people who once lived here. In 1268 it was valued at a very ...

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