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The aim of the project is to protect and preserve nine buildings and sites of historic interest on Holy Island which have an intrinsic part of the industrial heritage and social history of the area. Where appropriate sites will benefit from interpretation and access work. The buildings are:

  1. Osborne's Fort (Fort on The Heugh)
  2. The Palace medieval house and Tudor supply base
  3. St Cuthbert's Chapel
  4. Popple Well
  5. Bark Pots
  6. Lantern Chapel
  7. War Memorial
  8. Market Cross and Sundial

Latest News & Events

16 September 2017

Holy Island guided walk and beach clean

Join us for a guided walk and to take part in this years Marine Conservation Society Great British Beach Clean! 9.30am - 4.00pm - Meet at Chare Ends Car Park, Holy Island... Read more

19 July 2017

Kippy Heugh Wildflower and Plant Survey

Join botanist Naomi Waite from the Northumberland Wildlife Trust for an informative introduction to whin grassland wildflowers, followed by a plant survey. 10am to 1pm, Wednesday the 19th of July at Kippy Heugh, near Belford.... Read more

22 June 2017

Weather-proofing Peregrini Willow Sculptures

Come and help paint our willow sculptures in readiness for their release into the wild! 10am to 1pm, Thursday 22nd of June at Beal.... Read more

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The Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership Scheme is managed by a Partnership of professional and community representatives from Holy Island and surrounding shore side area. The lead organisation for the Scheme is the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership, hosted by Northumberland County Council.