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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Longhorsley Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Longhorsley 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
Barn with Adjacent Gingang 60 Metres South of Paxton Dene Farmhouse 1042893 II    
Blackpool Farmhouse 1153594 II    
Church of St Helen 1153608 II 1848 Longhorsley. Porch from previous church of 1783.
Church of St Thomas of Canterbury (RC) 1153619 II 1841 Longhorsley
Forecourt Walls to North and West of Horsley Tower 1153628 II    
Former Parish Church of St Helen 1370652 II 1783 Longhorsley. On the site of an Anglo Saxon church.
Former Schoolmasters House and Old Schoolroom 1042096 II    
Garden Wall, Railings and Gate 120 Metres North-East of Linden Hall 1042095 II    
Garden Wall, Railings, Piers and Gate South of Muckley Farmhouse 1042093 II    
Garden Walls with Outbuildings at the Old Vicarage 1042892 II    
Ha-Ha Wall to South and East of Linden Hall 1304218 II    
Horsley Tower and Adjacent Outbuilding 1042097  II* C16th Longhorsley. Pele Tower
Linden Hall Hotel 1304214 II 1813  
Milepost at NGR NZ 1429667 1042090 II    
Milepost at NGR NZ 14669510 1153590 II    
Milepost Beside Cottage by Drive to Whemleyburn 1042091 II    
Milepost on East Side of Old Road Down to Weldon Bridge (Q.v.) 1153582 II    
Muckley Farmhouse 1042092 II    
Pill Box at NZ 139983 1370661 II   Weldon Bridge. WW2 pillbox
Stable Block North-East of Linden Hall 1042094 II    
The Old Vicarage 1042098 II    
Weldon Bridge, over River Coquet and Wall to North-West 1370653  I 1760 Weldon Bridge. Partly in Brinkburn 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.

Horsley Tower
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Horsley Tower
- Overview Street View The fortified towerhouse in Longhorsley was built by the Horsley family in the 16th century at a time when there were frequent boarder raids and hostilities with ...
Church of St.Thomas of Canterbury
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Church of St.Thomas of Canterbury
- Overview Map St Thomas of Canterbury Church in Longhorseley was built in 1841. Before then the Roman Catholic parish was served by a chapel in Horsley Tower, which is located ...
Church of St. Helen
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Church of St. Helen
- Overview Map Street View The current building of St Helen's Church on West Road in Longhorsley was the former village school which was built in 1848. The school was converted ...
Weldon Bridge - Bridge
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Weldon Bridge - Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Coquet at Weldon Bridge was built c.1760[1] The bridge has 3 arches and distinctive circular openings between the arches. It ...
Former parish church of St. Helen
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Former parish church of St. Helen
- Overview Map Aerial View The former parish church, located half a mile south of Longhorsley was rebuilt in 1783 on the foundations of a much older medieval building and on ...
Linden Hall Hotel
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Linden Hall Hotel
- Overview About Map Linden Hall is located just over a mile to the north east of the village of Longhorsley in Northumberland. It was built as country house for Newcastle merchant ...
Pillbox, nr Weldon Bridge
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Pillbox, nr Weldon Bridge
- Overview Map Street View This large rectangular pillbox is located in a field, approximately a quarter mile south east of Weldon Bridge.

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