Delaval Hall, The Church of Our Lady and Old Village
About the Site
Seaton Delaval is a village in south-east Northumberland, in England. Seaton Delaval Photograph Album (seatondelaval.org.uk) is a place to share memories about the village and surrounding areas.
The album contains photographs showing everyday life from bygone years. It also documents the changing face of the village. There are also some more recent photographs of local landmarks. These include Seaton Delaval Hall, built in the early 1700s for the Delaval family. Now owned by the National Trust, the hall is undergoing a period of renovation. It is open to the public, and further details can be found on the National Trust’s website. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/seaton-delaval-hall
Another local landmark featured in the album is the Church of Our Lady. Originally the private chapel of the Delavals, this small but beautiful church is adjacent to Seaton Delaval Hall. Dating back to Norman times, it contains some very fine examples of funeral hatchments. Also look out for the well-preserved stone effigies of a Crusader Knight and his Lady.
All of the photographs contained in the album have been donated by people with a link to Seaton Delaval. The album provides a sense of continuity from Norman times to present day.
All photographs in the Albums can be enlarged by being ‘Clicked’
It also provides a community to reminisce about Seaton Delaval for those who are, or have been, connected with the village.
All the old photographs have been kindly donated, so that more people get a chance to enjoy them.If you have any old photographs that you would like to share, please send a scanned copy to email@example.com for inclusion on the site.
If you could provide some context or history with the photograph, this makes it more interesting, even if it is just a snippet.The website is a place to share stories, explain how you are connected with Seaton Delaval, to ask questions, or perhaps contact old friends?
Please leave messages in the guestbook, sharing stories of previous visits, family connections and happy memories. Also ask questions about local history and rekindled lost friendships. If you have any questions or comments, please leave a message .