Prendwick, Northumberland


Prendwick is a hamlet by Prendwick Burn in Northumberland, located about 12 miles west of Alnwick and a mile north of Alnham. Some of the farm buildings at Prendwick date from the 19th century, including a smithy. There are earthwork remains of a deserted Medieval village, just to the east of Prendwick[1]. There is documentary evidence of a pele tower nearby - Prendwick was raided by the Scots in 1533 and 1543.[2]  

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Prendwick

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Prendwick Farm from the west side

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Prendwick

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Parkland at Prendwick

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A mucky bridleway in Prendwick

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Prendwick

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Well beside Prendwick Burn

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Lane, Prendwick

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Nether Prendwick Deserted Village (Alnham)
- "In the medieval period there was a village at Nether Prendwick. It is mentioned in historic documents for the last time in 1554, so is likely to have been deserted ...

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Possible Site of a Tower (Alnham)
- "The village of Prendwick was raided by the Scots in 1533 an d1543. A local man, Thomas Alder, built a small tower as a defence, and it is mentioned in ...

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