• Welcome to Whalton

    Welcome to Whalton

    One of beautiful Northumberland's most charming villages.  

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  • Whalton Village Show

    Whalton Village Show

    A great day out for all of the family.

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  • Ogle Village

    Ogle Village

    The main street through Ogle Village

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  • Whalton Village Hall

    Whalton Village Hall

    Whalton Village Hall is the perfect choice for your wedding, family party, meeting or event.

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Church Opening Times during Coronavirus Pandemic

Whalton’s St Mary Magdalene church – opening times

You are very welcome to use Whalton church for individual prayer* and reflection every Sunday and Wednesday from 10am to 4pm during the Coronavirus pandemic.   

In line with Government guidelines, there is a clear one way route marked by tape through the church.  Please use the choir stalls or altar rail for prayer and reflection.     

Please use hand sanitizer provided when you enter and leave the church and observe 2m social distancing requirements when inside.

* Individual prayer within a place of worship is defined as a person or household entering the church to pray on their own, not as part of a group, led prayer or communal act. Please observe social distancing from other individuals or households. 

We know these are difficult times.  Our Ministry Team are always available if you would like to contact them:

 


Associate Priest

Revd Fiona Sample
South Middleton, Morpeth, NE61 4EB 01670 774245 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Associate Lay Minister

Mrs Pam Walker MBE
The Tower House, Hartburn, NE61 4JB 01670 772301 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Coronavirus - Help for Whalton and Ogle Residents

Coronavirus - Help for Whalton and Ogle Residents

Shopping: from Belsay Shop or Brown’s Lakeside Larder
 
Belsay Shop  From Saturday 21st March 2020, until further notice during the Coronavirus pandemic, and with many thanks to our friends from Belsay Shop, you can order what food and goods you need and have them delivered to Whalton Village Hall or to your home.  There is a £3 delivery charge.  You can collect your order from Whalton Village Hall between 2pm and 3pm every day (except Sunday). Or we can arrange to have it delivered to you by volunteers from the community. The shop are now doing fruit and veg boxes at a cost of £15 each plus delivery.  Illustrated on the right.  
 
Brown’s Lakeside Larder at Kirkharle Courtyard, including home baked, delicious scones, soups, quiches and traybakes and can deliver your shopping to your door free of charge. They have a full stock of groceries too.  
 
Placing and paying for your order:
Belsay: Please place your order 24 hours in advance of your needing it.   It’s much easier for the shop to have your order in writing.  So please text Jane Sym on 0771 3325358, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
You will need to pay for your order either by credit or debit card when you place the order, or pay online.
 
Brown’s Lakeside Larder: has an easy online order form https://forms.gle/LmhWS81m2ZzteZTq7 which lists most items they have.    
you can pay by credit or debit card and they will call you to get the details when your order is ready to come out.  
 
Requesting volunteer help and delivery to your home:
If you don’t have access to the internet or email please call a volunteer and we will arrange your order for you.  We can also deliver your order to you, please call the Village Hall Caretaker, Linda Willis 775411, Lucy Bird 775071 or 07808 490004, Andrew Potter 07429 339886, or Richard or Julie Potter 775528.  
We will do all we can to help you.  
 
Post Office: The travelling Post Office will continue to be in Whalton Village Hall from 0915 -1045* every Thursday until further notice.  All the usual Post Office services are available. * Please note change of time.   
 

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Whalton Village Show

Whalton Village Show

Church of St Mary Magdalene

Church of St Mary Magdalene

The Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene in Whalton dates from the 13th century, having been developed from a previous Norman building.  A detailed guide of its history and architecture by Dr Geoffrey Briggs is available in the church for a small donation. 

Whalton C of E Primary School

Whalton C of E Primary School

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