Sinderhope is a village situated on the east Allen Valley in south-west Northumberland.
The population is spread over farms in an area approximately 25 square miles. The population is around 80. The mainstay of employment is sheep-farming.
Wildlife is plentiful with many examples of rare birds of Great Britain, such as the black grouse, capercaillie, whimbrel and curlew.
The local beauty spot is a ford with wild flowers and a wood. The area is known as "old man's bottom" for reasons that are unknown.
The whole area is part of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.