The Parish of Warden, Fourstones and Newbrough lies approximately 5 miles north west of Hexham, in Northumberland, England and adjacent to a long stretch of Hadrian's Wall.

It is part of the Hexham Deanery of the Church of England Diocese of Newcastle. There are three Anglican churches in the parish; St Michael and All Angels in Warden, St Aidan's in Fourstones and St Peter's in Newbrough. 
The Parish shares it's Vicar, the Reverend Jeremy Thompson, with the neighbouring parish of St John Lee at Acomb.

The three villages, and the surrounding farms and properties house a total population of around 1,300. Local amenities in the villages also include a Methodist Church, the Town Hall, a C of E assisted primary school, three pubs, a petrol station with shop and country store, a garage service centre, various B&Bs and other local businesses.

Churches in the parish

St Peter's, Newbrough