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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Embleton Civil Parish


This page includes listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Embleton Civil Parish, Northumberland, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. In addition, it also includes 'local' non-designated heritage assets (NDHA) identified in the Embleton Parish Neighborhood Plan[2]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
Atkinson Headstone 15 Metres South of South Aisle of Church of the Holy Trinity 1041823 II 1768  
Attached Outbuilding Range to East of Christon Bank Farmhouse 1153563 II C18th  
Christon Bank Farmhouse 1041821 II C18th  
Church of the Holy Trinity 1041822  I C11th  
Darling Tomb at East End of Church of the Holy Trinity 1153621 II 1835 Chest tomb.
Dovecote 100 Metres North of Old Vicarage 1041785 II C18th  
Dovecote at Rear of Number 4 1041790  II* C17th  
East Farmhouse 1041787 II C17th?  
Embleton Cottage 1371194 II c.1840  
Embleton United Reformed Church 1153701 II 1833 Converted to a private residence.
Farmbuilding Group to North of Christon Bank Farmhouse 1304242 II C19th Planned layout 
Former Goods Shed on East of Railway Immediately North of B1340 1304264 II C19th  
Garden Walls to North West of Old Vicarage 1041784 II C18th  
Garden Walls to South West of Christon Bank Farmhouse 1371174 II C18th  
Gazebo attached to south-east corner of The Lookout 1371196 II C18th  
Gresham Headstone 6 Metres South of Chancel of Church of the Holy Trinity 1153629 II 1810  
Lamp Post 9 Metres South of Chancel of Church of the Holy Trinity 1371175 II C19th  
Mile Post 150 Metres South of Junction with Road to Embleton 1041819 II C19th  
Mile Post 700 Metres North of Prickly Bridge 1041820 II C19th  
Old Limekilns 450 Metres South East of Redstead 1304262 II C19th  
Roadside Traction Engine Shed at South Farm 1304260 II C19th  
Sundial to West of Old Vicarage 1371193 II C19th  
The Bluebell Inn 1041786 II 1840  
The Moot Hall 1153709 II C17th  
The Old Manse 1041789 II 1833  
The Old Vicarage 1041824  I C14th Pele tower, with 1828 extensions
Thompson Headstone 16 Metres South of South Aisle of Church of the Holy Trinity 1304193 II 1717  
Village Pant 1041788 II 1911  
Village Pump 1371195 II C19th  
Dovecote S of Glebe Farm 1006572 n/a C17th Scheduled Monument
Creighton Memorial Hall NDHA n/a 1903 aka the Village Hall
Glebe Field NDHA n/a Medieval Historically suppoted the vicar of Embleton
Nos 1 & 2 Sycamore Cottages NDHA n/a 1927 Prefabricated homes built for the Newcastle Exhibition of 1927
Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel NDHA n/a C19th  
Vincent Edward’s Primary School NDHA n/a 1890s  
Greys Inn Public House NDHA n/a C19th  
Old School House NDHA n/a    
New Presbyterian Manse NDHA n/a C19th  
Water pump near Blue Bell Inn NDHA n/a    
Pill Boxes (Glebe Field, Sports Field, adjacent Glebe Farm and adjacent to Nature Reserve Pool at Low Newton) NDHA n/a c.1940  
Village Shop NDHA n/a C19th  
Filling Station (including shop and garage) NDHA n/a C19th  
Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club Clubhouse NDHA n/a 1930s  
Primitive Methodist Church NDHA n/a 1891 Christon Bank
Blink Bonny Public House NDHA n/a C19th Christon Bank
Well including memorial stone NDHA n/a 1860 Christon Bank

Primary sources: [1] 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. [2] NDHA: Non-Designated Heritage Assets in the Parish of Embleton (Background Evidence Paper No 6), The Embleton Parish Neighbourhood Plan (October 2019). Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings and Keys to the Past.

Church of the Holy Trinity
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Church of the Holy Trinity
- Overview About the Church Map Street View Holy Trinity Church is the parish church in Embleton, Northumberland. The church dates from the late 11th or early 12th century. It's aisles ...
Old Vicarage
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Old Vicarage
- Overview Map Street View The former Vicarage and pele tower, is located next to the Church of the Holy Trinity in Embleton.  In 1332 Merton College, patron of Embleton, agreed to ...
Dovecote, Sunny Brae
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Dovecote, Sunny Brae
Bluebell Inn
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Bluebell Inn
- The Bluebell Inn, Embleton, was built c.1840 and is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.. 
United Reformed Church
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United Reformed Church
- Overview Map Street View The former United Reformed Church in Embleton was originally built as a Presbyterian Church in 1833. The building, altered in the 1920's, is Grade II listed ...
Dovecote nr Old Vicarage
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Dovecote nr Old Vicarage
Village Pant
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Village Pant
Village Hall
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Village Hall
- Overview Map Street View Creighton Memorial Hall in Embleton, Northumberland, is reputedly the largest village hall in the county. It is named after Mandell Creighton, who was vicar Embleton from ...
Vincent Edwards Primary School
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Vincent Edwards Primary School
- Overview Map Street View Embleton Vincent Edwards Church of England Primary School is located on Quakers Row in Embleton, Northumberland. The school has about 50 pupils aged 3 to 11. The ...
Greys Inn
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Greys Inn
- Overview Map Street View The Greys Inn is located on Stanley Terrace, by the green in Embleton, Northumberland. The inn was built in the 19th century using local Whinstone. The ...
Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel
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Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel
- Overview Map Street View The Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel is located at the junction of the B1339 and Front Street in Embleton. The hotel was built in the 19th century and ...
The Blink Bonny, Christon Bank
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The Blink Bonny, Christon Bank

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