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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Beadnell Civil Parish


This page includes historic buildings, monuments, and sites in Beadnell Civil Parish in Northumberland, compiled from two sources: a) Listed buildings and scheduled monuments, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. b) the Proposed List of Non designated Heritage Assets of Local Importance ('Local List') from the Bamburgh, Seahouses and Beadnell Neighbourhood Plan.[2] Use the Search in the data table (below) if looking for a specific building / monument, or to filter on a particular area e.g. type: Tughall.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Locality~ Notes
Benthall round cairn 1008430 n/a Bronze Age Beadnell Scheduled Monument
St Ebba's chapel and monastic site 1008563 n/a Norman Beadnell Scheduled Monument. Remains of a post-conquest medieval chapel 
Deserted medieval village and chapel at Tughall 1014732 n/a C12th Tughall Scheduled Monument
1 to 3 the Curtains off the Wynding 1234879 II C18th Beadnell  
Beadnell Hall, 1-8 1233051  II* C17th Beadnell  
Aa Telephone Kiosk Number 817 1234878 II C20th Beadnell Automobile Association telephone booth
Annstead House 1233048 II 1810 Annstead  
Bark Pots at the Anchorage 1393739 II C18th Beadnell  
Beadnell Harbour Piers 1233049 II C18th Beadnell  
Beadnell Tower Hotel 1233312 II C18th Beadnell  
Cartshed Circa 60 Yards West of Tughall Farmhouse 1233266 II C19th Tughall  
Church of St Ebba 1276786 II 1740 Beadnell  
Dovecote and Garden Walls to Rear of Tuggal Hall 1233056 II C18th Tughall  
Fleetham Bridge 1233058 II C19th West Fleetham Road bridge over the Long Nanny
Fleetham Mill, Mill Building 1233270 II C19th West Fleetham  
Lime Kilns to East of Harbour 1276785 II 1789 Beadnell  
Outbuildings Attached to Rear of West Fleetham Farmhouse 1276663 II C18th West Fleetham  
St Ebbas House and Cottage 1233054 II C18th Beadnell  
The Craster Arms 1276787  II* C18th Beadnell incl. remains of medieval tower house.
The Vicarage 1276784 II c.1860 Beadnell  
Tuggal Hall 1233055 II C17th Tughall  
Tughall Farmhouse 1233057 II c.1830 Tughall  
West Fleetham Farmhouse 1233059 II C16th West Fleetham Originally a bastle house
Bronze Age Cairns, Beadnell Links - Local Bronze Age Beadnell  
Tughall Burn Crop Mark Enclosure - Local   Tughall Photographed from the air in 1981
Fleetham shrunken medieval village - Local Medieval West Fleetham Potential site (disputed)
Swinhoe Medieval Fields and Deserted Village - Local Medieval   Rridge and furrow visible
Beadnell Ridge and Furrow - Local Medieval Beadnell  
Rectangular Sandstone Structure - Local   Beadnell  
Tuggall Pillbox - Local C20th Tughall  
Pillboxes at West Fleetham - Local C20th West Fleetham 2 WW2 pillboxes
Beadnell Bay Anti Tank Blocks - Local C20th Beadnell  
Brunton Airfield - Local C20th   Built in WW2
Dell Point Draw Kilns - Local C18th    
Beadnell Old Tramway - Local C19th Beadnell From limestone quarry to the harbour lime kilns.
Beadnell Links Launch and Winding Gear - Local   Beadnell  
Black Huts on Harbour Road - Local   Beadnell  
Pillbox east of Swinhoe - Local C20th    
North Sunderland Light Railway - Local 1896    

1. 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

2. Non designated Heritage Assets of Local Importance - Bamburgh, Seahouses and Beadnell Neighbourhood Plan, April 2016. Check Beadnell Parish Council for updates and new entries.

Beadnell Harbour
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Beadnell Harbour
- Overview Map Street View Beadnell Harbour is located to the south of Beadnell in Northumberland. The present harbour was built in the 18th century and was extended 1798 for John ...
Tuggal Hall
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Tuggal Hall
- Overview Map Street View Tuggal Hall is a large country house located in Tughall, near Beadnell, in Northumberland. The house dates from the 17th/early 18th century and is a Grade ...
Beadnell Hall
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Beadnell Hall
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Craster Arms Hotel
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Craster Arms Hotel
- Overview Map Street View The Craster Arms is a hotel, bar and restaurant located on The Wynding in Beadnell. The rear of the building incorporates the remains of a medieval ...
Beadnell Tower Hotel
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Beadnell Tower Hotel
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Deserted Medieval Village and Chapel, Tughall
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Deserted Medieval Village and Chapel, Tughall
- The village of Tughall was recorded as being part of the barony of Alnwick in 1242. The ruins of its 12th century chapel and its graveyard are located at the ...
Fleetham Bridge
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Fleetham Bridge
- The stone single arched bridge over the Long Nanny at West Freetham, near Beadnell, was built in the early 19th century. The bridge is Grade II listed. 
Lime Kilns
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Lime Kilns
- Overview Map Street View To the east of Beadnell harbour are 3 lime kilns, the earliest of which was built in 1789. Limestone was burnt in lime kilns to make ...
St Ebba's chapel and monastic site
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St Ebba's chapel and monastic site
Church of St Ebba
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Church of St Ebba
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Brunton Airfield (1942 - 2004)
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Brunton Airfield (1942 - 2004)
- Brunton Airfield was established in 1942 and used for training fighter pilots in World War 2. After the war it was used as a civil airfield and was home to ...
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Non designated Heritage Assets of Local Importance
- April 2016 "...It is the desire of the North Northumberland Coastal Neighbourhood Plan group to protect and enhance the distinctive heritage assets of the area. Listed Building and Scheduled Monument ...

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