Keys to the Past

Local History

Slaley (Northumberland)

Arches at Dukesfield Smeltmill, Slaley. Photo by Northumberland County Council.
Arches at Dukesfield Smeltmill, Slaley. Photo by Northumberland County Council.

Slaley is a relatively small parish in south Northumberland. Many tributaries of the Tyne flow across the parish and large forestry plantations are planted in the upland parts.

No direct evidence exists for early prehistoric life in the parish. It is

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