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(c) Crown copyright and database rights [2015] Ordnance Survey [100049048]

(c) Local Government Information House Limited copyright and database rights [2015] [100049048]


The village is notable for the nearby Bamburgh Castle, a castle which was the seat of the former Kings of Northumbria, and for its association with the Victorian era heroine Grace Darling, who is buried there.





Road Closures:


Sprint 1:

Specialist riders within each team will sprint through Bamburgh towards the Sprint 1 finish line just outside Seahouses

Estimated Time of Arrival: 13:10.

The lead cars and outriders will arrive around 20 minutes ahead of the lead riders.

There will be a full road closure on the B1342 and B1340 between Belford and Seahouses between 12:00-14:00​

There will be no roadside parking permitted on the route. There is a car park opposite the entrance to the Castle and additional parking may be found in a field at the other end of the village near the church.

Please park considerately​ to avoid blocking the route and inconveniencing others.

More Info:

For things to see and do in Bamburgh, go to

Why not visit Bamburgh Castle as part of your day?

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