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Beadnell in Northumberland

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Beadnell, Northumberland. The harbour walls were built in the drystone wall way, probably in the 1790s when the lime kilns which stand nearby were also constructed. The kilns, a relic of the days when Beadnell shipped coal and lime, belong to the National Trust. There is some crab and lobster fishing and a good holiday trade here. The sandy beaches are excellent and there is safe yachting in the wide Beadnell Bay. A large caravan park shelters behind the dunes. The Craster Arms is built round a 1460 defensive peel-tower. The 1740 church was restored in pseudo-Gothic fashion with an odd pierced octagonal stone screen placed round its short spire in 1860.

Nearby towns: Alnwick, Amble, Belford, Wooler

Nearby villages: Bamburgh, Beanley, Boulmer, Craster, Detchant, Eglingham, Ellingham, Embleton, Hepburn, Holy Island, Howick, Long Houghton, Lucker, New Bewick, Newham, North Charlton, North Sunderland, Preston, Rock, Seahouses, Smeafield, South Charlton, Stamford, Swinhoe, Warenford

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