Listed Buildings and Monuments in Whittingham Vale Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Whittingham Vale 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~ Locality Note
Church of St Michael 1303455  I C12th Alnham  
Cross Base Circa 20 Yards South of Church of St Michael 1371408 II   Alnham  
Farmbuildings Circa 10 Yards East of Pennywells 1371429 II   Alnham  
Garden Wall Attached to Front of Pennywells 1041336 II   Alnham  
Little Ryle Farmhouse 1041294 II   Alnham  
Pennywells (East Cottage and West Cottage) 1155250 II   Alnham  
Tower House 1232573  II* C14th Alnham  
3 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Callaly Civil Parish 1042072 II   Callaly  
4 Boundary Stones on Parish Boundary with Callaly Civil Parish 1042075 II   Callaly  
Boundary Stone on Boundary with Callaly Civil Parish 1153324 II   Callaly  
Callaly Castle 1155463  I C14th Callaly 1676 additions by Robert Trollope.
Callaly Mains 1371436 II   Callaly  
Callaly Mill Farmhouse and Attached Stables 1155545 II   Callaly  
Farmbuildings Circa 30 Metres West North West of Lorbottle Farmhouse 1041313 II   Callaly  
Garden Walls North and North East of Callaly Castle 1155504 II   Callaly  
Gatepiers and Gates at North Lodge to Callaly Castle 1041311 II   Callaly  
Gatepiers, Screen Walls and Railings at South Lodge to Callaly Castle 1155524 II   Callaly  
Gateway Circa 200 Yards North of Lorbottle Hall 1155593 II   Callaly  
Gateway, Bridge and Wall Attached to North West of Callaly Castle 1041309 II   Callaly  
High Houses 1155557 II   Callaly  
High Houses 1371437 II   Callaly  
Lodge Circa 200 Yards North of Lorbottle Hall 1371438 II   Callaly  
Lorbottle Farmhouse 1155583 II   Callaly  
Lorbottle Hall 1155587 II   Callaly  
Shelter Sheds and Granary Circa 10 Yards West of Callaly Mill Farmhouse 1041312 II   Callaly  
South Lodge to Callaly Castle 1041310 II   Callaly  
Stable Block Circa 200 Yards North West of Callaly Castle 1303310 II   Callaly  
Stable Block Circa 200 Yards South West of Lorbottle Hall 1303272 II   Callaly  
Sundial Circa 120 Yards North East of Callaly Castle 1371435 II   Callaly  
Tod Le Moor Cottage 1041315 II   Callaly  
Walled Garden Circa 20 Yards West of Lorbottle Hall 1041314 II   Callaly  
Bird Bath Circa 15 Yards South of Church of St Mary 1156221 II   Whittingham  
Bridge of Aln Hotel 1041292 II   Whittingham  
Bridge over River Aln 1041268 II C19th Whittingham  
Bridge, Terrace Wall and Gateway South and South East of Eslington Park 1041252 II   Whittingham  
Carriage House and Stable Circa 50 Yards North West of Eslington Park 1371447 II   Whittingham  
Castle Farmhouse 1371454 II   Whittingham  
Church of St Bartholomew 1041257  I C12th Whittingham Extensively rebuilt 1840 by John Green
Churchyard Wall and Gateways South of Church of St Bartholomew 1303040 II   Whittingham  
Clavering Memorial 1 Yard South of Church of St Mary 1041267 II   Whittingham  
Collingwood Headstone Circa 2 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1303019 II   Whittingham  
Cottage and Attached Farmbuildings 5 Yards North of Bridge of Aln Hotel 1041293 II   Whittingham  
Eslington Park 1371446  II*   Whittingham  
Fforster, Embleton and Hall Headstones Circa 12 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1156138 II   Whittingham  
Foggan Headstone Circa 10 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1041262 II   Whittingham  
Fountain Circa 30 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1041265 II   Whittingham  
Garage and Shed in Garden of Leaside 1156205 II   Whittingham  
Gateway to High Green Circa 60 Yards North of Eslington Park 1041253 II   Whittingham  
Gibson Headstone Circa 8 Yards North East of Church of St Bartholomew 1303016 II   Whittingham  
Headstone Circa 15 Yards East of Church of St. Bartholomew 1041259 II   Whittingham  
Headstone Circa 2 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1041263 II   Whittingham  
Headstone Circa 5 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1371451 II   Whittingham  
Headstone Circa 7 Yards North West of Church of St Bartholomew 1371452 II   Whittingham  
Hole in the Wall 1302935 II   Whittingham  
Kitchen Garden, Cottage and Cartshed Circa 60 Yards North of Eslington Park 1041254 II   Whittingham  
Lanehead and Attached Stables 1041269 II   Whittingham  
Moody Headstone Circa 3 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1041261 II   Whittingham  
Mountain Farmhouse 1155962 II   Whittingham  
Naisbet Headstone Circa 5 Yards South East of Church of St Bartholomew 1156128 II   Whittingham  
Northumbria Police Expedition Centre 1156046 II   Whittingham  
Office and Stable, with Attached Wall and Gateway Circa 20 Yards West of Eslington Park 1155938 II   Whittingham  
Pair of Headstones to Patterson Circa 8 Yards West of Church of St Bartholomew 1302970 II   Whittingham  
Ravensworth Statue and Fountain 1371449 II 1905 Whittingham  
Ritchie Headstone Circa 10 Yards South of Church of St Bartholomew 1156144 II   Whittingham  
Roman Catholic Church of St Mary and Attached Presbytery 1371453 II 1881 Whittingham  
Stables and Former Billiard Room Attached to West of Eslington Park 1371448 II   Whittingham  
Swanson and Archbold Headstone Circa 12 Yards North East of Church of St Bartholomew 1041258 II   Whittingham  
The Castle Inn 1156262 II   Whittingham  
The Lady's Bridge 1041255 II C18th Whittingham in Eslington Park
The Old Butcher's Shop and Attached Outbuilings 1303061 II   Whittingham  
The Old Vicarage 1302972 II   Whittingham  
Todd Headstone Circa 3 Yards East of Church of St Bartholomew 1041260 II   Whittingham  
Vardy Headstone Circa 15 Yards West of Church of St Bartholomew 1041264 II   Whittingham  
Village Farm House 1302981 II   Whittingham  
Village Pant or Well 1041256 II 1865 Whittingham  
Wark Cottage 1303071 II   Whittingham  
West End Cottage 1041266 II   Whittingham  
Whittingham Station 1155868 II 1887 Whittingham Former station
Whittingham Tower and Attached Cottage 1371450  II* C13th Whittingham  
Whittingham War Memorial Cross 1442830 II   Whittingham  

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.

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