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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Edlingham Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Edlingham Civil Parish, Northumberland, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
12 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Edlingham Civil Parish 1371056 II    
13 Boundary Stones on Parish Boundary with Callaly Civil Parish 1052313 II    
2 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Longframlington Civil Parish 1054050 II    
2 Boundary Stones on Parish Boundary with Langframlington Civil Parish 1371078 II    
3 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Alnwick Civil Parish 1371073 II    
3 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Denwick (Detached) Civil Parish 1042030 II    
3 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Edlingham Civil Parish 1371054 II    
3 Boundary Stones to North of Black Lough 1042001 II    
4 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Edlingham Civil Parish 1371055 II    
4 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Longframlington Civil Parish 1054753 II    
8 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Alnwick Civil Parish 1372280 II    
Abberwick Mill House with Attached Outbuilding to East 1052348 II C19th Abberwick
Bigges Pillar 1371072 II    
Bolton Bridge over River Aln 1371092 II    
Boundary Stone on Boundary with Edlingham Civil Parish 1042037 II    
Broome Hill Farmhouse 1372614 II    
Cheviot Chart 40 Metres West of Lemmington Branch 1371074 II    
Church of St John the Baptist 1041990  I C11th Edlingham
Column 410 Metres South East of Lemmington Hall 1371077  II* 1786 Lemmington. Re-sited here 1928.
Corn Dying Kiln to South of Mill 1052321 II C19th Abberwick
Disused Railway Viaduct 200 Metres North East of Edlingham Castle 1372288 II 1885 Edlingham
Edlingham Castle Ruins 1042032  I C13th Edlingham. An English Heritage site.
Entrance Screen and Gates to Lemmington Hall (Sacred Heart Convent) 1041998 II C18th Lemmington
Forge Cottage North East of Lemmington Hall 1372124 II    
Garden Cottage with Yard Walls and Outbuildings to Rear 1367139 II    
Garden House and Attached Garden Walls to North West of Lemmington Hall 1372095 II    
Guide Post on South of Road Junction 300 Metres West of Battle Bridge 1372611 II    
Hawe Headstone 5 Metres South of Tower of Church of St John the Baptist 1041991 II    
Kennels Cottage 200 Metres North West of Lemmington Branch 1041995 II    
Lemmington Branch Farmhouse with Screen Wall and Buildings 1041994 II C18th Lemmington. 'eye catcher' resembling a hill fort.
Lemmington Hall 1041996  II* 1750 Lemmington
Marker Stone 100 Metres North of Corby's Bridge 1042025 II    
Marker Stone 100 Metres North of Midrig Bridge 1051624 II    
Marker Stone 100 Metres North of Swinhope Bridge 1042026 II    
Marker Stone 100 Metres North of Widehope Bridge 1042027 II    
Marker Stone 100 Metres South of Corby's Bridge 1052334 II    
Marker Stone 100 Metres South of Swinhope Bridge 1051620 II    
Milepost 580 Metres East of New Moor Crossroads 1042023 II    
Milepost 60 Metres South of Entrance to High Learchild 1372249 II    
Milestone 1200 Metres South of New Moor Crossroads 1042029 II    
Milestone 700 Metres North of Midrig Bridge 1042028 II    
Mill and Adjacent Stable/Granary 1371051 II C19th Abberwick. Water Mill
Mill Cottage with Attached Outbuildings North of Lemmington Hall 1371075 II    
Outbuilding on North Side of Road 30 Metres North East of Broome Hill Farmhouse 1042031 II    
Pair of Cross Bases 9 Metres South of Church of St John the Baptist 1371071 II    
Stable Block Including St Theresa's Cottage to North East of Lemmington Hall 1041997 II c.1915 Lemmington
The Union Stone 1054060 II    
Wall North East of Lemmington Hall with Range of Outbuildings Attached to Rear 1367127 II    
Walled Garden, Garden Buildings and St Pauls Cottage to North East of Lemmington Hall 1371076 II    
Abberwick medieval village, tower house and open field system 1016350 n/a Medieval Abberwick. Scheduled Monument.
Prehistoric rock art and Runic inscription in Lemmington Wood 1418674 n/a Bronze Age Lemmington. Scheduled Monument.
Edlingham Castle fortified manor and solar tower 1011646 n/a C13th Edlingham. Scheduled Monument. 
Edlingham deserted village 1003240 n/a   Scheduled Monument. 
Prehistoric rock art 315m NNW of Wellhope 1418801 n/a   Scheduled Monument. 
Defended settlement, 700m south east of Glen Aln 1014063 n/a   Scheduled Monument. 
Defended settlement, 800m NNW of Rough Castles 1014064 n/a   Scheduled Monument. 
Defended settlement, 400m north west of Rough Castles 1014065 n/a   Scheduled Monument. 
Alnwick Moor bell pits 1006419 n/a C16th Multiple C16/17th coal mine shafts
Learchild Roman fort 1006440 n/a Roman High Learchild
Alnwick Castle Grounds 1001041 I C18th Listed Park & Garden. Partly in Edlingham CP

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.

Church of St. John the Baptist, Edlingham
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Church of St. John the Baptist, Edlingham
- Overview Map The Parish Church in Edlingham, Northumberland, dates from the 11th century. The tower was added in the c.14th century and used for defence against raiders from Scotland. It ...
Edlingham Railway Viaduct
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Edlingham Railway Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View This railway viaduct is located under half a mile north-east of Edlingham in Northumberland, and close to Edlingham Castle. It was built in c.1885 for the ...
Edlingham Castle
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Edlingham Castle
- Overview About Edlingham Castle Map Street View The ruins of Edlingham Castle are located to the north-east of the village of Edlingham, about 6 miles north-east of Rothbury. The 'castle' was ...
Lemmington Hall
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Lemmington Hall
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Stable Block, Lemmington Hall
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Stable Block, Lemmington Hall
Evelyn Column, Lemmington Hall
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Evelyn Column, Lemmington Hall
Entrance Gates to Lemmington Hall
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Entrance Gates to Lemmington Hall
Abberwick Mill
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Abberwick Mill
- Overview Aerial View Abberwick Mill is an early 19th century water powered mill by the River Aln. The mill was in working order until about 1925.[1] The mill and associated ...
Corn Drying Kiln, Abberwick Mill
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Corn Drying Kiln, Abberwick Mill
- Overview Aerial View There is an early 19th century kiln by the at Abberwick Mill, which was used to dry the corn before milling. It is a Grade II listed ...
Abberwick Mill House
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Abberwick Mill House
- Overview Aerial View The house by Abberwick Mill was built in the early 19th century and is a Grade II listed building.
Lemmington Branch
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Lemmington Branch
- Overview Map Street View Lemmington Branch built in the late 18th century, is an 'eyecatcher' on Lemmington Bank, about half a mile east of Lemmington Hall. The building incorporates a farmhouse ...
Prehistoric Rock Art in Lemmington Wood
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Prehistoric Rock Art in Lemmington Wood
- Deep in Lemmington Woods is a rock with 'cup and rings' carvings, thought to date from the early Bronze Age. The rock is very unusual as it also has later Anglo-Saxon ...
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Medieval Village (remains), Abberwick
- The remains of the deserted medieval village of Abberwick and located immediately West of Abberwick Farm. They include the foundations of a tower house and a section of the open field ...

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