Whittingham is a city in Northumberland, England. It is located about seven kilometers east of Alnham and about 12 kilometers west of Alnwick on the Aln River. The oldest traces of human settlement at Whittingham date from the Neolithic period. In addition, at Whittingham several cup-and-ring markings from the Bronze Age were found. The St. Bartholomew's Church in Whittingham dates back to Anglo-Saxon times and is classified as Grade I Listed Building as a monument of extraordinary historical importance to the highest English monument conservation class. In Whittingham there is also a peel tower from the 13th / 14th. Century.