Keys to the Past HER: N11864
Grid sq: NZ2297

West Chevington, Northumberland


West Chevington is a farming hamlet in Northumberland, located about 8 miles north-east of Morpeth, and just under 3 miles west of the coast at Druridge Bay. The farm is the probable site of the deserted medieval village of West Chevington.[1

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West Chevington Farm

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West Chevington Farm

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Farmland near West Chevington

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West Chevington outbuildings

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Private road alongside Railway

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Aftermath of open cast coal mining

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West Chevington (Tritlington and West Chevington)
- "This is the probable site of the deserted medieval village of West Chevington...."

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