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Walk 35 - Edlingham and Lemmington

A low level walk circular walk that treats you to some great views.

walk summary

A low level walk circular walk that treats you to some great views.


The walk stars and finishes at St John the Baptist church, a Medieval (11th century) Church. The church is mostly Norman, from two periods, the late 11th - early 12th Century and late 12th century. 


During the walk you also see Edlingham Castle, which is a Grade I listed building that is managed by English Heritage. The ruins are mostly laid low though much of the solar tower still stands despite an impressive crack running several storeys down to ground level. The castle was more probably a fortified manor house typical of many medieval houses in this region.

shepherd's notes

During the walk you see Fellbridge monument as it once stood in Fellbridge, Surrey. When it was in Surrey it was known as the Evelyn Monument and in the 1920ís it was brought to Northumberland.

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