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Listed Buildings and Monuments in Eglingham Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Eglingham 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, Eglingham Village 1298836 II    
Attached Outbuilding Range and Garden Wall to North West of Charlton Hall 1042003 II    
Bickerton and Dickson Headstones 2 Metres South of Chancel of Church of St Maurice 1371102 II    
Boundary Stone 90 Metres North of Road 700 Metres North East of East Bolton 1057705 II    
Bridge on B6346 over Eglingham Burn 1042009 II    
Brockley Hall Farmhouse 1371104 II    
Charlton Hall 1042002  II*    
Church of St James 1045887 II 1862 South Charlton
Church of St Maurice 1041975  II* C13th Eglingham
Cockhall Farmhouse 1187134 II    
Cottage at West End of Mill House 1371081 II    
Crisp Headstone 1.5 Metres South of East End of Chancel of Church of St Maurice 1369991 II    
Cross on North Side of B6347 120 Metres West of A1 Junction 1045880 II Medieval North Charlton. Wayside cross
Delph Cottage 1371099 II    
East Ditchburn Farmhouse 1187156 II    
Eglingham Hall 1041971  II* C17th Main block: 1728
Eglingham War Memorial 1436892 II    
Farmbuilding Group to North of Cockhall Cottages 1042006 II    
Garden Wall to West of East Ditchburn Farmhouse 1042008 II    
Garden Walls to South of West Ditchburn Farmhouse 1054917 II    
Gate Lodge to East of Eglingham Hall 1041973 II    
Gate Piers, Gate and Attached Walls at Entrance to Eglingham Hall 1371101 II    
Gatepiers and Gates to North of Church of St James 1041979 II    
Gateway and Stable Range with Attached Wall to North of Eglingham Hall 1041972 II    
Grovewood House 1045853 II    
Home Farmhouse 1041977 II    
Humble Headstone 5 Metres West of South Transept of Church of St Maurice 1041976 II    
Milepost 20 Metres West of Glebe Cottage 1187147 II    
Milepost 240 Metres West of Road to Smallburns 1187129 II    
Milepost 280 Metres East of Eglingham Bridge 1042005 II    
Milepost 40 Metres West of North Entrance to Harehope Hall 1042007 II    
Outbuilding and Yard Wall to North of Grovewood House 1371105 II    
Outbuilding Range to North East of West Ditchburn Farmhouse 1371106 II    
Outbuilding to North West of West Ditchburn Farmhouse 1041981 II    
Palmstrother Bridge over Shipley Burn 1371084 II    
Patterson Cottage 1371080 II    
Post Office 1041970 II    
Range of Outbuildings on West of Entrance to Church of St Maurice 1041974 II    
Shipley Bridge over the Shipley Burn 1042004 II    
Smithy Cottage with Attached Smithy and Outbuilding 1042010 II    
South Charlton War Memorial 1439802 II 1921 South Charlton
Stable and Coach House Range, with Attached Walls 50 Metres North West of Charlton Hall 1186919 II    
Tankerville Arms Public House 1371103 II    
The Old Schoolhouse 1370044 II    
The Old Vicarage 1045928 II    
Wall and Attached Outbuilding on North of Garden to West of Eglingham Hall 1371100 II    
West Ditchburn Farmhouse 1041980 II    
West Linkhall Farmhouse 1298856 II    
Wheel Mould 2 Metres South of Old Smithy Adjacent to Smithy Cottage 1040064 II    
Alnwick Castle - Grounds 1001041  I   Listed Park and Garden. Partly in this parish.
Promontory fort, 420m east of Shipleymoor 1014075 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Iron Age defended settlement in Camp Plantation, 350m north west of North Charlton Mill 1017955 n/a   Scheduled Monument
North Charlton medieval village and open field system 1018348 n/a Medieval Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric burial mound, 420m north west of East Linkhall 1018499 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Camp at West Linkhall 1006500 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Defended settlement, 800m SSE of South Charlton Farm 1014074 n/a   Scheduled Monument

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 Maurice, Eglingham
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Church of St Maurice, Eglingham
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Eglingham Hall
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Eglingham Hall
Church of St James, South Charlton
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Church of St James, South Charlton
War Memorial, South Charlton
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War Memorial, South Charlton
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Medieval Cross, North Charlton
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Medieval Cross, North Charlton
Site of medieval village, North Charlton
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Site of medieval village, North Charlton

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