Alongside the beautifully furnished interior, attractions inside the house include the desk where Thomas Babington Macaulay, brother-in-law of the notorious Sir Charles Edward Trevelyan, wrote his History of England, a large collection of antique dollshouses and eight murals in the central hall depicting the history of Northumberland, painted by William Bell Scott.

The Trevelyans loved being outdoors and close to nature. The house is surrounded by an informal landscape of lawns, lakes, woodland, parkland and farmland, just waiting to be explored. 

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Moran, Mollie. Minding the Manor: the Memoir of a 1930s English Kitchen Maid. 2014, Lyons Press. First published in the UK in 2013 as Aprons and Silver Spoons by Penguin Books.

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National Express services 025 from London Victoria to Gatwick Airport and Brighton, and 027 from Victoria to Chichester serve Wallington.

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Wallington is a country house and gardens located about 12 miles (19 km) west of Morpeth, Northumberland, England, near the village of Cambo. It has been owned by the National Trust since 1942, after it was donated complete with the estate and farms by Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan, the first donation of its kind. It is a Grade I listed building.

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A diversion is in place from 5 September for 4 weeks for essential maintenance works to Paines Bridge. This will only affect your journey if you are travelling from the west or the south of Wallington, in which case diversion signs are in place.

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Wallington County Grammar School (for boys) was opened on London Road, close to Beddington Park in 1927.

The hall provides the following facilities:

With over 13,000 acres to explore, there's plenty of walking to enjoy on the Wallington estate. From a gentle 1 mile woodland stroll to a rugged 6 mile hike across moorland, you’ll find the perfect walk to suit all abilities.

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Head of Centre: Deborah Lovejoy Deputy Head of Centre: Michelle Bagshaw Buses: 127, 151, 463, 612 Train: Wallington Station SCOLA Office: Enter building by the side door facing the car park & you will find the office upstairs

The name "Wallington" derives from the Anglo Saxon "Waletone", meaning "village of the Britons". Wallington appears in Domesday Book of 1086 and was held by William the Conqueror. Its domesday assets were: 11 hides. It had 2 mills worth £1 10s 0d, 11 ploughs, 8 acres (32,000 m2) of meadow. It rendered £10.[1] The historic village was situated somewhat to the north of the current town centre around what is now Wallington Bridge over the River Wandle.

Ranger Walk – Wallington’s Swan Lake, Cambo - 0 mile(s) away

All three secondary schools are highly rated grammar schools, with one (Wilson's School) the highest achieving state school - including all state grammars - in Britain.[citation needed] See the London Borough of Sutton article for further details of education in the borough.

Whether you’re visiting for an hour or two or are spending the whole day here, there’s plenty of ways to spend your time:

The Shotfield area of the town centre gained a modern new health centre in 2012, replacing smaller existing facilities on the site.

Most of our places run the Gift Aid on Entry scheme at their admission points. Under this scheme, if you're not a member you have the choice of two entry tickets:

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From guided tours to self-led walks, on coach welcomes and introductory talks, Wallington is the perfect destination for your group visit.


At the time of the Domesday book there were two mill ponds. The mill buildings have long been demolished, but the mill pond survives as The Grange boating lake. In the 1860s one Alfred Smee, surgeon to the Bank of England, constructed an elaborate garden on the north side of the Mill Pond, and wrote an illustrated book called "My Garden" in 1872.[2]

There is public library in the centre of Wallington in the "Shotfield" district; it has an outside terrace where coffee is served. Shotfield is also where the former Town Hall, and now a college, is located. In 1980 it was taken over and converted into a Crown Court. The building ceased to be a Court in April 1999, and was later converted to its current use.

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Explore the home of the unconventional Trevelyan family Visit the enchanting walled garden Look out for red squirrels at the wildlife hide Enjoy a refreshing walk along the river Relax in the grassy courtyard

Gifted to you by Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan, socialist MP and ‘illogical Englishman’, this 13,000 acre estate has something for everyone. 

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You'll find Wallington's two shops either side of the iconic clocktower, selling seasonal gifts, lovely treats and beautiful plants. Whatever you buy, you can feel good knowing that you're helping to fund vital conservation work here at Wallington.