List number: 1370767
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ0769672117

Swinburne Arms, Stamfordham


The Swinburne Arms is a public house located on North Side in Stamfordham, Northumberland. It was built as an inn in the mid 18th Century and is a Grade II listed building. It takes it's name from the  Swinburne family who have a long association with the area since Sir William Swinburne purchased lands in Stamfordham in 1399. In 1736 the village Market Cross was erected by Sir John Swinburne of Capheaton Hall.

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Sign for the Swinburne Arms, Stamfordham

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Swinburne Arms, Stamfordham

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