Waren Mill, Northumberland


Waren Mill is a village on the edge of Budle Bay on the coast of Northumberland. It is located 2 miles west of Bamburgh and just over 2 miles east of Belford. The old mill, which gives the village it's name, is situated by where Waren Burn flows into Budle Bay. There is a large caravan and camping park about half a mile east of Waren Mill, and a smaller campsite to the south.

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Waren Mill from Budle Bay

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Post box and phone box in Waren Mill

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Pandora 2000

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The Mill at Waren Mill

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BRIDGE OVER WAREN BURN - List Entry
- "GV II Bridge. Early C19. Ashlar. Single segmental arch with rusticated voussoirs, flat end pilasters and chamfered band at base of parapet which has projecting chamfered coping...."

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Waren Mill deserted medieval village (Easington (Northumberland))
- "Archaeologists think a village existed at Waren Mill in the medieval period. Archaeologists call places that were once villages deserted medieval villages....."

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