Cog Icon signifying link to Admin page

Stamfordham Parish Council

All nominations for the elections in Northumberland on 6 May 2021 are now live on the Council's website.


You can view these here >>>

File NameLast ModifiedFile Size
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh Statement.docx10 April 202112kB
File NameLast ModifiedFile Size
Parish Notice of election 6 May 2021.pdf26 March 202184kB

Parish Council Elections - 6 May 2021

Nomination Packs are available at:



The next electronic meeting of Stamfordham Parish Council will be held on

Thursday 18th March 2021 commencing 730pm



Council Meetings are for the moment being held remotely.

Citizens Advice Northumberland: Download their useful contacts list here ?

Northumbria Police have provided a Covid-19 Information pack for children ?

Welcome to Stamfordham Parish

The Village of Stamfordham lies on the southern hillside sloping down to the little river Pont, with a church at the west end. The Church of St.Mary was largely rebuilt in 1848 when an Anglian cross shaft was found, indicating that there had been a church on the site at an early date, probably thirteenth century. The name of Stamfordham is Old English, meaning "the homestead by the Stoney Ford".

The houses stand round a large village green, towards the western end of which stands the Market Cross, built in 1735 by Sir Edward Swinburne of Capheaton. There are two pubs, The Bay Horse and The Swinburne Arms.

Stamfordham Parish is in rural Northumberland, about 12 mile west of Newcastle upon Tyne. The area covered consists of the village of Stamfordham and the hamlets of Dalton, Eachwick, Harlow Hill and Heugh, and also Albmemarle Camp, together with numerous farm settlements.

There is also an excellent village school which can be visited via our "links" page.

The total number of people on the electoral roll is 734.