Ingram
Ingram
A village on the Breamish River, on the ege of the Cheviot Hills. Just outside Ingram is the waterfall of Linhope Spout, and also nearby is the prehistoric settlement of Greaves Ash. The village lies within the Northumberland National Park, and both red squirrels and (occasional) red kits can be spotted locally.
There are several popular walks in the area, including 'The Innway', a classic pub walk stretching friom Northumberland to Cumbria.. The parish church of St Michael and All Angelsdates to the 12th century. The tower may have been strengthened to serve as a stronghold against Scottish raids in the late medieval period. Near the church are remnants of a fortified tower built as a residence for the parish priest.