Birling, Northumberland

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Birling
Birling is located in Northumberland
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Birling shown within Northumberland
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Post townMORPETH
Postcode districtNE65
Dialling code01665
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55°21′11″N 1°36′29″W / 55.353°N 1.608°W / 55.353; -1.608Coordinates: 55°21′11″N 1°36′29″W / 55.353°N 1.608°W / 55.353; -1.608

Birling is a small settlement in Northumberland, in England. It is situated immediately to the north of the village of Warkworth on the A1068, separated from Warkworth by the river Coquet. There are facilities for static and touring caravans at Birling. To the east are Warkworth Golf Club, Birling Links and beach.[1]


In 1870 the Township of Birling was recorded as having 14 houses and a population of 83.[2] Birling Manor, an 18th century house, with an extension dated 1752, is a Grade II listed building.[3] The 19th century coach house and 18th century hen house, associated with Birling Manor, are also both listed buildings.

Governance[edit]

Birling is in the parliamentary constituency of Berwick-upon-Tweed.


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