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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wooler Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Wooler 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
10-14, High Street 1042335 II    
Barclays Bank 1042336 II    
Cart Shed and Forge Circa 30 Yards West of Towermartin Farmhouse 1154915 II    
Church of St Mary 1042332 II 1765 Enlarged 1835
Dovecote Circa 100 Yards South East of Surrey House 1042355 II C18th Haugh Head
Garage and Workshop Circa 10 Yards North West of the Tankerville Arms 1304051 II    
Garden Wall and Gatepiers East and South of Loreto Guest House 1370941 II    
Gingang and Barn Circa 30 Yards North of Towermartin Farmhouse 1042419 II    
J Bryson and Sons 1154033 II    
Loreto Guest House 1042296 II    
Milepost by Millvale 1042297 II    
Milepost Circa 1/4 Mile North of Haugh Head 1042329 II    
Millers Antiques 1304072 II    
Nent House 1042330 II    
Number 1 and Attached Garages 1042295 II    
Police Station and Police House 1042331 II    
Pringle and Company 1304041 II    
Redpath 1370919 II    
Roman Catholic Church of St Ninian 1304105 II 1856  
Sanderson Wines and J G Fairbairn 1370918 II    
St Leonards 1370940 II    
Surrey House 1304328 II C19th Haugh Head. Incorporating parts of C16th house.
Terrace Cafe and Grill Bar 1304008 II    
Terrace Retaining Wall and Railings 5 Yards North of Numbers 14-18 1042338 II    
The Angel Inn 1370917 II    
The Black Bull 1153925 II C19th  
The Masonic Hall 1042337 II 1818  
The Old Vicarage 1042334 II    
The Red Lion 1153963 II    
The Tankerville Arms 1042333 II C18th  
Towermartin Farmhouse 1042418 II    
W.J. Miller and Son 1153939 II    
War Memorial 1153910 II 1920 On Tower Hill
Wooler Mill 1042298 II    
Wooler United Reformed Church 1392233 II 1784 Built as a Presbyterian church.
Wooler Tower on east side of Church Street 1018347 n/a C16th Scheduled Monument. Remains
Prehistoric field system, cairnfield, round cairns and enclosed cremation cemetery on east slopes of Fredden Hill, 750m west of Wooler Common 1018375 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bronze Age cairnfield on north west slopes of Hart Heugh, 900m south west of Wooler Common 1018376 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Coldmartin Tower, 260m north east of Tower Martin 1018373 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two pillboxes near Green Castle 1006438 n/a 1940s Scheduled Monument
Green Castle ringwork 320m south west of Humbleton Mill 1019926 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bronze Age field system on Fredden Hill 1018023 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bronze Age round house on Fredden Hill 880m south west of Bell's Valley 1018021 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric field system and cairnfield east of Watch Hill, 520m NNE of footbridge over Carey Burn 1018374 n/a   Scheduled Monument
The Kettles univallate hillfort and enclosed settlement, 261m north west and 331m south west of King's Chair 1006530 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two Roman period native settlements and associated field system on Coldberry Hill 1017043 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Battle of Homildon Hill 1402 1000014 n/a 1402 Historic Battlefield. Partly in Akeld PC.

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.

Wooler Tower (remains)
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Wooler Tower (remains)
- Overview Map Street View There was a fortified stone tower, built in the early 16th century, on Tower Hill in Wooler. Only 3 large blocks of masonary survive, one near ...
Church of St Mary
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Church of St Mary
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is the parish church in Wooler which was built in 1765. The church was enlarged 1835 and gothicized 1873 by F.R. Wilson.[1] The church ...
Church of St Ninian, RC
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Church of St Ninian, RC
- Overview Map Street View St Ninian's is a Roman Catholic church in Wooler, Northumberland. It was designed by George Goldie and completed in 1856.[1] The church is a Grade II ...
Pillboxes, Wooler Common
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Pillboxes, Wooler Common
The Black Bull
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The Black Bull
- Overview Map Street View The Black Bull Hotel is located on the High Street, Wooler. It was a coaching inn from the 19th century and was substantially remodelled in 1910. ...
Former Masonic Hall
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Former Masonic Hall
- Former County Library and Masonic Hall, Wooler
Tankerville Arms
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Tankerville Arms
United Reformed Church
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United Reformed Church
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War Memorial
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War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial in Wooler is located on Tower Hill. The memorial, built in c.1920, is a stone cross with a Celtic wheel-head design.[1] It was ...
Dovecote, Haugh Head
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Dovecote, Haugh Head
- Overview Map Street View There is a 2 storey hexagonal dovecote on high ground a 100 yards from Surrey House in Haugh Head, near Wooler in Northumberland. It was built ...
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Surrey House, Haugh Head
- Overview Map Surrey House in Haugh Head lis located beside the A697 road about a mile from Wooler. It was was built in the mid-19th century. The building is a former coaching ...

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