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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bamburgh


This page includes historic buildings, monuments, and sites in Bamburgh Civil Parish in Northumberland, compiled from two sources: a) Listed buildings and scheduled monuments, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. b) the Proposed List of Non designated Heritage Assets of Local Importance ('Local List') from the Bamburgh, Seahouses and Beadnell Neighbourhood Plan.[2] Use the Search in the data table (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
1-6, Armstrong Cottages 1280180 II    
1-7, The Wynding 1276783 II    
12, 13 and 14, Armstrong Cottages 1206570 II    
12 and 13, Front Street 1276947 II    
15 and 16, Armstrong Cottages 1042268 II    
17-22, Front Street 1232829 II    
5, Radcliffe Road 1276804 II    
7, Radcliffe Road 1276951 II    
8, Front Street 1232744 II    
9 and 10, Front Street 1276946 II    
Armstrong House 1232749 II    
Bamburgh Castle 1280155  I C12th Restored C19th for Lord Armstrong
Bamburgh Hall 1232741 II    
Bamburgh House 1232746 II    
Blacksmiths Forge 1232751 II    
Budle Hall 1280158  II* 1810 Budle
Canisbay Cottage 1042267 II    
Cartshed at Friary Farm 1276805 II    
Church of St Aidan 1042269  I C12th  
Churchyard Wall and Gateway East and South of Church of St Aidan 1042270 II    
Dovecote Circa 50 Yards South of Armstrong House 1232923  II* C16th Scheduled Monument(1006571)
Dukesfield Farmhouse 1232742 II    
Farmbuildings at Friary Farm 1276913 II    
Farmbuildings Circa 50 Yards North East of Bamburgh Hall 1276944 II    
Garden Wall Attached to South of Number 16 (Bamburgh House) 1232747 II    
Gatepiers and Garden Wall Circa 15 Yards East of the Friars 1276782 II    
Glororum Farmhouse 1232750 II    
Mackenzie and Robb Graves Circa 50 Yards South West of Church of at Aidan 1276943 II    
Monument to Grace Darling Circa 30 Yards West of Church of St Aidan 1206625  II* 1842  
Pant and Trough at East End of the Grove 1276950 II    
The Castle Hotel 1276945 II    
The Friars 1232752 II    
The Lord Crewe Arms 1276949 II    
The Pinfold 1233047 II    
The Post Office 1232748 II    
The Toby Jug Restaurant 1232849 II    
The Village House 1232745 II    
The Village Store 1232846 II    
Walled Garden at West End of the Grove 1276803 II    
Windmill at North End of Bamburgh Castle 1370967 II C18th  
Wynding House 1233046 II    
Budle Deserted Medieval Village   Local    
Budle Bay Stone Crushing Plant   Local C20th  
Newtown Gun Emplacement   Local C20th  
Harkness Rocks Pillbox   Local    
D Shaped Pillbox   Local    
Mound/Hillock   Local    
Bowl Hole   Local    
Burton Quarry Limekiln   Local    
Glororum Limekiln   Local    
Greenhill Rocks Pillbox   Local    
Greenhill Links Pillbox   Local    
Royal Observer Corps Monitoring Post   Local    
Lozenge Pillbox   Local    
Pier in Budle Bay   Local C19th  
Harkness Rocks Tank Traps   Local    
Blackrocks Point Lighthouse   Local 1910  
Greenhill Links Pillbox Ruins   Local    
Bamburgh War Memorial   Local    
Stag Rock   Local   on Harkess Rocks, Bamburgh
1 - 7, Ingram Road   Local    
12 Ingram Road   Local    
1 - 6 South Victoria Terrace   Local    
The Victoria   Local    
The Mortuary   Local    
Veeras Cottage   Local    
Red Barns Farmhouse   Local    
The Gas House   Local    
Woodbine Cottage   Local    
Eightbells Cottages   Local    
Coastguard Cottages   Local    
Lifeboat House   Local    
Bamburgh Golf Clubhouse   Local    
Bathing Hut   Local    
School House   Local    
Rose Cottage   Local    
The School House   Local    
Grove Cottage   Local    
1 Radcliffe Cottage   Local    
The Glebe   Local    

1. Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries.
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings and Keys to the Past

2. Non designated Heritage Assets of Local Importance - Bamburgh, Seahouses and Beadnell Neighbourhood Plan, April 2016. Check Bamburgh Parish Council for updates and new entries.

Grace Darling Memorial
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Grace Darling Memorial
- The memorial to Grace Darling (1815 - 1842) stands in the churchyard of St Aidan's Church in Bamburgh. The memorial was built in 1842, in a Gothic Revival style designed by ...
Church of St Aidan
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Church of St Aidan
- Overview About St Aidan's Church Map Street View St Aiden's Church in Bambrugh was built in the 12th century on the site of an earlier church. According to Bede, St ...
Bamburgh Castle
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Bamburgh Castle
- Overview About Bamburgh Castle Map Inside Street View   Bamburgh Castle is a castle on the northeast coast of England, by the village of Bamburgh in Northumberland. It is a ...
Budle Hall
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Budle Hall
Blackrocks Point Lighthouse
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Blackrocks Point Lighthouse
- Blackrocks Point Lighthouse (aka Bamburgh Lighthouse) was built by Trinity House in 1910 to guide shipping along the Northumberland coast and in the waters around the Farne Islands.
Stag Rock, near Blackrocks Point
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Stag Rock, near Blackrocks Point
Windmill at Bamburgh Castle
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Windmill at Bamburgh Castle
- The windmill at the north end of Bamburgh Castle was built in the mid 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.
Dovecote
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Dovecote
- There is a 16th/17th century dovecote at Bamburgh. The dovecote is a Grade II* listed building.
Bamburgh
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Bamburgh
- Overview About Bamburgh Map Street View   Bamburgh is a large village and civil parish on the coast of Northumberland, England. It had a population of 454, decreasing to 414 ...

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