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Breamish Valley

Breamish Valley…

Takes its name from the River Breamish which begins its life on a small hill (a ‘knowe’) known as Scotman’s Knowe, high in the Cheviot Hills of Northumberland. From here the river drains northwards into the River Tweed, marking the boundary between England and Scotland.

River Breamish at Ingram

River Breamish at Ingram

Breamish Valley has a rich historical and cultural heritage. There are numerous Neolithic and Bronze Age burial sites, hillforts and abandoned medieval villages.

The valley is home to a diversity of wildlife, including buzzards, stoats, curlews and lapwings. It’s an ideal place to cycle, picnic by the river, go hill walking, stroll through the villages, visit the delightful old churches…or simply relax!

Breamish Valley in Northumberland

Breamish Valley near Branton Village

Breamish Valley from above

The following stunning video that incorporates aerial views of the brilliant Breamish Valley was taken by local Northumbrian, and friend of BreamishValley.com, Ian Glendinng.

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Branton Lakes 

Blue skies at Branton Lake

Branton Lakes Nature Reserve

Crawley Dene 

Crawley Dene in September

Beautiful walk along the disused railway embankment from Powburn southwards, loosely following the route of Shawdon Burn.

Ingram Church

Ingram Church in sunshine

11th century ‘St Michael and All Angels’ church at Ingram in the Breamish Valley.

Linhope Spout

Linhope Spout in the Breamish Valley

Linhope Spout is an 18m chute of water that drops into a 5m deep and 2m wide plunge pool.

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