List number: 1371168
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU2469810377

Hindmarsh Hall, Alnmouth


Hindmarsh Hall on Northumberland Street in Alnmouth is the village hall. It was built in the 18th century as a granary and was later used as a Corn Exchange. In 1859 the building was remodelling as an Anglican chapel - following the destruction of the parish church in the Great Storm of 1806. It was used as a temporary place of worship until the new Church of St John the Baptist was built in 1876. The Hindmarsh family purchased the building from the Duke of Northumberland In 1937, and after refurbishment, gave it to the people of Alnmouth for use as a village hall. Hindmarsh Hall is a Grade II listed building.

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The Hindmarsh Hall, Alnmouth

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Northumberland Architecture : The Hindmarsh Hall, Northumberland Street, Alnmouth

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Postbox, Alnmouth

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Northumberland Townscape : The Hindmarsh Hall, Northumberland Street, Alnmouth

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Northumberland Townscape : Hindmash Hall Notice Board, Alnmouth

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The Hindmarsh Hall - List Entry
- "Village Hall. Originally early C18 granary, altered in mid C19. Street front squared stone of near-ashlar quality; other elevations large rubble; cut dressings. Welsh slate roof. C19 remodelling in plain ...

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Hindmarsh Hall, Alnmouth
- "In 1791, when Alnmouth was a thriving seaport, the Hindmarsh Hall was known to exist as a Granary which was one of a number in Alnmouth. It was used later ...

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