Ingleby Barwick

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INGLEBY BARWICK (parish)

District : Stockton-on-Tees

Arms (crest) of Ingleby Barwick

Official blazon

Origin/meaning

The arms contain a representation of the three rivers that run around Ingleby Barwick. i.e. River Leven, River Tees and Bassleton Beck. It also depicts mill-rinds which are an historical link to the Turner family, who used to own the land which now forms Ingleby Barwick.

The crest shows a Teal bird which is an allusion to a horse from Ingleby Barwick which won the Grand National.


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Literature : Image provided by Giovanni Scotto d'Aniello, Italy