A picture perfect picnic spot

A picturesque little village is surrounded by pastureland and trees.  Situated in the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park, Ingram has been designated as a Dark Sky Discovery Site.

It is the ideal base for setting off on one of the many hill walks to explore the history and hillforts of the area. It also has an 11th-century Anglican church, St Michael and All Angels, steeped in history and still holding regular services.

There is a Café, which includes the Breamish Valley Archaeology Exhibition, which has some lovely finds unearthed by archaeologists over the years. Free Toilets and Bike Parking available.

Ingram Café

In the village, you will find the Ingram Cafe a family run business serving light meals, snacks and drinks seven days a week. The café situated within the former National Park Visitor Centre where you can find information about the Northumberland National Park including an archaeology exhibition for visitors to learn more about the history of the Breamish Valley.

Dean Wilkinson

Dean Wilkinson

Chairman, THONTA

Whether it's the call of the Curlew heralding Spring, whether the glimpse of an otter in the river Breamish, whether the ink black skies in the depth of winter, or whether because it's right on our doorstep, the Ingram Valley has to be my favourite place in the National Park.

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