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Burnhope
Coal Chauldrons and pit wheel sculpture at Burnhope.jpg

Coal chauldrons and pit wheel sculpture at Burnhope. (Opened by MP Hilary Armstrong and two of the local school children, Mark Gray and Kerry Pinnington)
Burnhope is located in County Durham
Burnhope
Burnhope
Location within County Durham
Population1,564 (2011)
OS grid referenceNZ187482
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Region
CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townDURHAM
Postcode districtDH7
Dialling code01207
PoliceDurham
FireCounty Durham and Darlington
AmbulanceNorth East
UK Parliament
List of places
UK
England
County Durham
54°49′41″N 1°42′32″W / 54.828°N 1.709°W / 54.828; -1.709

Burnhope near Lanchester

Burnhope is a village and civil parish in County Durham, England. It is located in the Craghead valley on the opposite side to Stanley and has 1,564 inhabitants, as measured in the 2011 census.[1] Burnhope overlooks Lanchester in the Browney Valley, roughly two miles to the west and Maiden Law is roughly two miles north. Holmside is roughly two miles to the south east.

Burnhope is a village of contrasts, being home to many of the area's poorest and richest people (among them, children's author Terry Deary). In 2003 two wind turbines were erected in a field between the village and nearby Craghead, creating a new landmark to accompany the transmission mast. Burnhope is the only place that the Durham Miners' Gala has been held apart from Durham. This was in 1926 the year of the General Strike when it was banned at Durham so it was moved to Burnhope. In 1986 a 60th anniversary was held to mark this event.

Burnhope has increased in size rapidly within the last few years with over 120 new homes being built by developer, Keepmoat Homes.

Burnhope from Springwell Farm with Burnhope Television Mast in the background.
Burnhope from Springwell Farm with Burnhope Television Mast in the background.

Langley Hall

Langley Hall
Langley Hall

Two miles south-east are the ruins of Langley Hall, a 16th-century fortified manor house.

Burnhope in Upper Weardale

Burnhope was also the name of a village in upper Weardale, which is further west in County Durham. The village was inundated in the 1930s by the filling of Burnhope Reservoir.

References

  1. ^ "Parish population 2011". Retrieved 13 July 2015.

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