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Scale: It is 79 miles from Berwick upon Tweed to Corbridge and 80 miles from Brampton to Whitley Bay.

Ferries Ferry indicated is North Shields.

Airports Airport indicated is Newcastle International.

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Attraction 1 - Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, Telephone: 01665 576231
Attraction 2 - Hexham Racecourse, Hexham, NE46 2JP. Tel: 01434 606881. hexham-racecourse.co.uk.
Attraction 3 - Otterburn Mill, Northumberland, NE19 1JT. Tel: 01830 520225 otterburnmill.co.uk.
Attraction 4 - Woodhorn, Northumberland Museum and Archives, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington, Northumberland NE63 9YF.
Attraction 5 - Bamburgh Castle, Bamburgh, Northumberland, NE69 7DF. bamburghcastle.com.
Attraction 6 -The Kielder Partnership Office, Bellingham TIC, Main Street, Bellingham Tel : 01434 220643. (Kielder Water)

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Visitor attractions and information for Alnmouth

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Attractions Warkworth Castle was built in the 12th century then rebuilt, and the gatehouse was added in the 13th century. The three storey keep was built during the late 14th century. It includes a great hall, chapel, kitchens, store rooms and various chambers. Although now in ruin it is open to the public (charges apply). The Castle is located in Warkworth village centre, rising steeply above the River Coquet. There is a car park. Tel: 01665 711423. About 3 miles south of Alnmouth.

Warkworth Castle

Attractions During the summer there are regular boat trips from Amble harbour, just down the coast, to the RSPB bird sanctuary at Coquet Island. Coquet Island is a small island close to the Northumberland coast. In 1841 lighthouse was built on the island. About 5 miles south of Alnmouth.

Attractions About 5 miles from Alnmouth, Howick Hall Gardens has been rated by the BBC Gardener's World Magazine as one of the top 5 coastal gardens in the country. Tel: 01665 577 285. www.howickhallgardens.org. About 5 miles north of Alnmouth.

Howick Hall Gardens

Attractions Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, Telephone: 01665 576231. Dramatic castle ruins which dominate a lonely stretch of Northumberland's coastline with splendid clifftop views, about 7 miles north of Alnmouth. Dunstanburgh Castle is managed by English Heritage. About 8 miles north of Alnmouth.

Dunstanburgh Castle

Alnmouth hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Alnwick

Alnwick Castle Hotel + Ticket Packages

Attractions Alnwick Castle has been the home of the Percy's, dukes of Northumberland since 1309, Alnwick Castle was described by the Victorians as the 'Windsor of the North'. Set in a stunning landscape, it provides a palatial exquisite setting for its collection of art treasures. knows Alnwick Caslte is the school in Harry Potter - you could try one of the tours. Tel: 01665 510777. On the outskirts of Alnwick.

Alnwick Castle

Attractions Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, Telephone: 01665 576231. Dramatic castle ruins which dominate a lonely stretch of Northumberland's coastline with splendid clifftop views, about 7 miles north of Alnmouth. Dunstanburgh Castle is managed by English Heritage. About 7 miles north of Alnwick.

Dunstanburgh Castle

Attractions Howick Hall Gardens has been rated by the BBC Gardener's World Magazine as one of the top 5 coastal gardens in the country. Tel: 01665 577 285. www.howickhallgardens.org.. About 5 miles northeast of Alnwick.

Howick Hall Gardens

Attractions Warkworth Castle was built in the 12th century then rebuilt, and the gatehouse was added in the 13th century. The three storey keep was built during the late 14th century. It includes a great hall, chapel, kitchens, store rooms and various chambers. Although now in ruin it is open to the public (charges apply). The Castle is located in Warkworth village centre, rising steeply above the River Coquet. There is a car park. Tel: 01665 711423. About 6 miles south of Alnwick.

Warkworth Castle

Alnwick hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Amble

Attractions Warkworth Castle was built in the 12th century then rebuilt, and the gatehouse was added in the 13th century. The three storey keep was built during the late 14th century. It includes a great hall, chapel, kitchens, store rooms and various chambers. Although now in ruin it is open to the public (charges apply). The Castle is located in Warkworth village centre, rising steeply above the River Coquet. There is a car park. Tel: 01665 711423. About 2 miles north of Amble.

Warkworth Castle

Attractions Warkworth Harbour at Amble still serves as a fishing port and leisure port based around moorings in the river and at the marina. Vehicular access to the port is restricted by being taken through the residential areas which border the harbour area. On the outskirts of Amble.

Attractions During the summer there are regular boat trips from Amble harbour to the RSPB bird sanctuary at Coquet Island. Coquet Island is a small island close to the Northumberland coast. In 1841 lighthouse was built on the island. On the outskirts of Amble.

Alnwick Castle Hotel + Ticket Packages

Attractions Alnwick Castle has been the home of the Percy's, dukes of Northumberland since 1309, Alnwick Castle was described by the Victorians as the 'Windsor of the North'. Set in a stunning landscape, it provides a palatial exquisite setting for its collection of art treasures. knows Alnwick Caslte is the school in Harry Potter - you could try one of the tours. Tel: 01665 510777. About 7 miles north of Amble.

Alnwick Castle

Amble hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Ashington

Attractions Ashington is proud of its locally produced world class footballers, including Jack and Sir Bobby Charlton. A fine statue pays fitting tribute to another football hero Jackie Milburn, uncle of Jack and Bobby, and who played football for Newcastle United between the years of 1943-1957. It is located in the main pedestrian shopping area of the town. In the centre of Ashington.

Jackie Milburn

Attractions Woodhorn, Northumberland Museum and Archives, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington, Northumberland NE63 9YF. A world class visitor attraction and research destination. It’s the place to come to discover the history of Northumberland and have a great family day out. Opens 28th October 2006. About 2 miles east of Ashington.

Woodhorn

Ashington hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Bamburgh

Attractions Bamburgh Castle, Bamburgh, Northumberland, NE69 7D. Standing on a rocky outcrop overlooking miles of beautiful sandy beach, Bamburgh Castle dominates the Northumbrian landscape. A magnificent castle completely restored in 1900, it houses collections of china, porcelain, furniture, paintings , arms and armour. Tel: 01668 214 515. www.bamburghcastle.com. On the outskirts of Bamburgh.

Bamburgh Castle

Attractions Farne Islands. The Farne Islands lie two to three miles off the Northumberland coast midway between the fishing village of Seahouses and the magnificent Castle of Bamburgh. As well as being the most famous Sea Bird Sanctuary in the British Isles they also have a large colony of Atlantic or Grey Seals. Join us on one of our many year-round trips and explore this most wonderous of British archipelagoes on one of our fleet of seagoing motor vessels. (All our passenger carrying boats are skippered and equipped to meet the exacting licensing standards of the 'Marine Safety Agency'.) Tel: 01665 720 308. www.farne-islands.com. About 3 miles east of Bamburgh.

Farne Islands

Attractions Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, Telephone: 01665 576231. Dramatic castle ruins which dominate a lonely stretch of Northumberland's coastline with splendid clifftop views, about 7 miles north of Alnmouth. Dunstanburgh Castle is managed by English Heritage. About 9 miles south of Bamburgh.

Dunstanburgh Castle

Bamburgh hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Beadnell

Attractions Bamburgh Castle, Bamburgh, Northumberland, NE69 7D. Standing on a rocky outcrop overlooking miles of beautiful sandy beach, Bamburgh Castle dominates the Northumbrian landscape. A magnificent castle completely restored in 1900, it houses collections of china, porcelain, furniture, paintings , arms and armour. Tel: 01668 214 515. www.bamburghcastle.com. About 5 miles south of Beadnell.

Bamburgh Castle

Attractions Farne Islands. The Farne Islands lie two to three miles off the Northumberland coast midway between the fishing village of Seahouses and the magnificent Castle of Bamburgh. As well as being the most famous Sea Bird Sanctuary in the British Isles they also have a large colony of Atlantic or Grey Seals. Join us on one of our many year-round trips and explore this most wonderous of British archipelagoes on one of our fleet of seagoing motor vessels. (All our passenger carrying boats are skippered and equipped to meet the exacting licensing standards of the 'Marine Safety Agency'.) Tel: 01665 720 308. www.farne-islands.com. About 8 miles north of Beadnell.

Farne Islands

Attractions Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, Telephone: 01665 576231. Dramatic castle ruins which dominate a lonely stretch of Northumberland's coastline with splendid clifftop views, about 7 miles north of Alnmouth. Dunstanburgh Castle is managed by English Heritage. Dunstanburgh Castle: The Lilburn Tower at Sunrise (1797) by Joseph Mallord William Turner. About 5 miles south of Beadnell.

Dunstanburgh Castle

Attractions Howick Hall Gardens has been rated by the BBC Gardener's World Magazine as one of the top 5 coastal gardens in the country. Tel: 01665 577 285. www.howickhallgardens.org. About 8 miles south of Beadnell.

Howick Hall Gardens

Beadnell hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Belford

Attractions Bamburgh Castle, Bamburgh, Northumberland, NE69 7D. Standing on a rocky outcrop overlooking miles of beautiful sandy beach, Bamburgh Castle dominates the Northumbrian landscape. A magnificent castle completely restored in 1900, it houses collections of china, porcelain, furniture, paintings , arms and armour. Tel: 01668 214 515. www.bamburghcastle.com. About 5 miles east of Belford.

Bamburgh Castle

Attractions Farne Islands. The Farne Islands lie two to three miles off the Northumberland coast midway between the fishing village of Seahouses and the magnificent Castle of Bamburgh. As well as being the most famous Sea Bird Sanctuary in the British Isles they also have a large colony of Atlantic or Grey Seals. Join us on one of our many year-round trips and explore this most wonderous of British archipelagoes on one of our fleet of seagoing motor vessels. (All our passenger carrying boats are skippered and equipped to meet the exacting licensing standards of the 'Marine Safety Agency'.) Tel: 01665 720 308. www.farne-islands.com. About 10 miles east of Belford.

Farne Islands

Attractions St. Cuthbert's Cave is a dramatic sandstone cave formed under an overhang of rocks. It is here that St. Cuthbert's body is said to have been taken by the monks of Lindisfarne Priory in 875, during their flight from the vikings. The cave is in St. Cuthbert's Cave Wood, a National Trust Property. About 3 miles west of Belford.

St. Cuthbert's Cave

Belford hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Bellingham

Attractions Chesters Roman Fort (Hadrian's Wall), Northumberland. Chesters Fort was built to guard the Roman bridge which carried Hadrian's Wall and the military road over the River North Tyne. It was one of a series of permanent troop bases added soon after the Wall was built. The fort is managed by English Heritage. About 10 miles south of Bellingham.

Chesters Roman Fort

Attractions Black Middens Bastle House, near Bellingham. A stone, two-storey fortified farmhouse, built during the 16th century and set in splendid walking country on the Reivers Route. The site is owned by English Heritage and is freely accessible in daylight hours. There is a car park. About 7 miles northwest of Bellingham.

Black Middens Bastle House

Attractions The Kielder Partnership Office, Bellingham TIC, Main Street, Bellingham Tel : 01434 220643 - Kielder Water is Europe's largest man-made lake cradled within the spectacular Kielder Forest Park and set deep within the romantic Northumbrian landscape. Boating, walking, cycling, windsurfing and home to red squirrels, deer and rare birds. About 8 miles west of Bellingham.
The Kielder Partnership Office

Bellingham hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Blyth

Attractions Ashington is proud of its locally produced world class footballers, including Jack and Sir Bobby Charlton. A fine statue pays fitting tribute to another football hero Jackie Milburn, uncle of Jack and Bobby, and who played football for Newcastle United between the years of 1943-1957. It is located in the main pedestrian shopping area of the town . About 7 miles north of Blyth.

Jackie Milburn

Woodhorn

Attractions Woodhorn, Northumberland Museum and Archives, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington, Northumberland NE63 9YF. A world class visitor attraction and research destination. It’s the place to come to discover the history of Northumberland and have a great family day out. Opens 28th October 2006. About 7 miles north of Blyth.

Woodhorn

Blyth hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Coldstream

Attractions Heatherslaw Corn Mill, (John Murphy) Ford Village, Cornhill-on-Tweed Tel: 01890 820338. For the last 25 years, the Heatherslaw Corn Mill has been open to the public as a working museum producing wholemeal flour from local wheat. Situated next to the River Till, it has been the site of a mill for over seven hundred years and the corn mill still uses traditional techniques. About 8 miles east of Coldstream.

Heatherslaw Corn Mill

Attractions Heatherslaw Light Railway.Tel: 01890 820244 Lies on the B6354 between Ford and Etal Villages. A 15” gauge railway which runs from Heatherslaw Mill to Etal Village. About 7 miles east of Coldstream.

Heatherslaw Light Railway

AttractionsFloors Castle, Kelso, Roxburghshire Tel:01573 223333. The largest inhabited castle in Scotland, home to the Duke and Duchess of Roxburgh and their family. Spectacular State rooms filled with priceless European paintings, tapestries and furnishings. Coffee shop, licensed Restaurant and gift shop. About 2 miles west of Coldstream.

Floors Castle

Attractions Kelso Racecourse, Kelso, Roxburghshire TD5 7SX Tel: 01668 281611 Situated in the Borders, just to the north of the town centre, Kelso Racecourse is close to the junction of the A6089 and the A699. www.kelso-races.co.uk. About 2 miles north of Coldstream.

Kelso Racecours

Attractions Kelso Abbey, in the care of Historic Scotland. Ruins of the west end of the great abbey church built in 1128 by the Tironesian monks from France. Only fragmentary remains after its repeated destruction by the English, but still an impressive structure. About 2 miles north of Coldstream.

Kelso Abbey

Attractions Teviot Water Gardens, Kirkbank House, Kelso, Roxburghshire Tel: 01835 850253 Located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, discover the tranquility of the riverside display garden. Food/Craft Hall and Aquatic/Garden Centre with an extensive range of plants, equipment and fish. www.teviotwatergardens.co.uk. About 5 miles south of Coldstream.

Teviot Water Gardens

The Hirsel

Attractions The Hirsel, Coldstream Tel: 01890 882834. The Country Park is open all year during daylight hours and provides an excellent location for a family day out. Lakeside and river walks provide a glimpse of Douglas pedigree Highland Cattle and many forms of wildlife on the lake. There is a Museum and Arts and Crafts Centre, Cottage Tearoom and Crafthouse Gallery. There is also a small children's play area and picnic site. About 2 miles north of Coldstream.

The Hirsel

Coldstream hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Corbridge

Attractions Corbridge Roman Site, Tel: 01434 632349. This well-known Roman camp was the main supply depot for the armies building and guarding Hadrian's wall nearly 2000 years ago. The substantial remains of this excavated Roman settlement include the best example of military granaries in the country. The museum houses finds from the site, including the famous stone fountainhead - the Lion of Corbridge, giving a fascinating insight into Roman life. www.thisiscorbridge.co.uk. About 5 miles north of Corbridge.

Corbridge Roman Site

Attractions Aydon Castle, Corbridge, Northumberland, NE45 5PJ. Tel: 01434 632450 Aydon Castle is a late 13th century stone fortified manor house, one of the finest of its era, now managed by English Heritage. About 2 miles north of Corbridge.

Aydon Castle

AttractionsHexham Racecourse, Hexham. Tel: 01434 606881 Perched on Yarridge Heights high above the historic market town, Hexham Racecourse has been the home of National Hunt racing in Northumberland for well over a century. www.hexham-racecourse.co.uk. About 5 miles southwest of Corbridge.

Hexham Racecourse

Corbridge hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Hexham

AttractionsHexham Racecourse, Hexham. Tel: 01434 606881 Perched on Yarridge Heights high above the historic market town, Hexham Racecourse has been the home of National Hunt racing in Northumberland for well over a century. www.hexham-racecourse.co.uk. On the outskirts of Hexham.

Hexham Racecourse

Attractions Corbridge Roman Site, Tel: 01434 632349. This well-known Roman camp was the main supply depot for the armies building and guarding Hadrian's wall nearly 2000 years ago. The substantial remains of this excavated Roman settlement include the best example of military granaries in the country. The museum houses finds from the site, including the famous stone fountainhead - the Lion of Corbridge, giving a fascinating insight into Roman life. www.thisiscorbridge.co.uk. About 4 miles east of Hexham.

Corbridge Roman Site

Attractions Aydon Castle, Corbridge, Northumberland, NE45 5PJ. Tel: 01434 632450 Aydon Castle is a late 13th century stone fortified manor house, one of the finest of its era, now managed by English Heritage. About 6 miles east of Hexham.

Aydon Castle

Attractions TYNE GREEN COUNTRY PARK, Hexham is an attractive Riverside Park by the Tyne in a woodland setting with 9 hole golf course, and facilities for fishing, boating and walking. A children's play area has also been provided. Open: all year. Admission: Free. Tel: 01434 652220 In the centre of Hexham.

TYNE GREEN COUNTRY PARK

Attractions Chesters Roman Fort (Hadrian's Wall), Northumberland. Chesters Fort was built to guard the Roman bridge which carried Hadrian's Wall and the military road over the River North Tyne. It was one of a series of permanent troop bases added soon after the Wall was built. The fort is managed by English Heritage. About 4 miles north of Hexham.

 Chesters Roman Fort

Hexham Hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Morpeth

Woodhorn

Attractions Woodhorn, Northumberland Museum and Archives, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington, Northumberland NE63 9YF. A world class visitor attraction and research destination. It’s the place to come to discover the history of Northumberland and have a great family day out. Opens 28th October 2006. About 6 miles east of Morpeth.

Woodhorn

Attractions Ashington is proud of its locally produced world class footballers, including Jack and Sir Bobby Charlton. A fine statue pays fitting tribute to another football hero Jackie Milburn, uncle of Jack and Bobby, and who played football for Newcastle United between the years of 1943-1957. It is located in the main pedestrian shopping area of the town (photo right). About 5 miles east of Morpeth.

Jackie Milburn

Cragside Gardens & Estate

Attractions Cragside Gardens & Estate, Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland NE65 7PX Tel: 01669 620333. National Trust gardens open to the public. An extraordinary Victorian estate – the wonder of its age - with dramatic and varied gardens, possibly the largest rock garden in Europe, a tricky rhododendron maze and woodland adventure playground. About 14 miles north of Morpeth.

Cragside Gardens & Estate

Morpeth hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Otterburn

Attractions Black Middens Bastle House, near Bellingham. A stone, two-storey fortified farmhouse, built during the 16th century and set in splendid walking country on the Reivers Route. The site is owned by English Heritage and is freely accessible in daylight hours. There is a car park. About 8 miles west of Otterburn.

 Black Middens Bastle House

Attractions Kielder Water, The Kielder Partnership Office, Bellingham TIC, Main Street, Bellingham Tel : 01434 220643 - Kielder Water is Europe's largest man-made lake cradled within the spectacular Kielder Forest Park and set deep within the romantic Northumbrian landscape. Boating, walking, cycling, windsurfing and home to red squirrels, deer and rare birds. About 12 miles west of Otterburn.

 Kielder Water

Attractions Otterburn Mill Tel: 01830 520225 The attraction features a modern woollen mill shop with an intriguing display of original mill machinery dating from the days when local farmers would bring their own wool to be woven at the mill. The mill's most famous product, the Otterburn Pram Rug, as used by the Royal family, is still on sale. The mill is situated near the junction of the A68 (Corbridge - Jedburgh) and the A696 (Newcastle - Jedburgh). www.otterburnmill.co.uk. About 2 miles south of Otterburn.
Otterburn Mill

Otterburn hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Ponteland

Attractions The most famous view of Newcastle is that of its bridges, spanning the River Tyne. The newest bridge is the Gateshead Millenium Bridge, which is a spectacular modern design. It is a footbridge in the shape of an eyelid which opens up in order to let boats through if they are too tall to fit underneath. About 7 miles southeast of Ponteland.

Gateshead Millenium Bridge

Attractions Newcastle Racecourse, High Gosforth Park, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 5HP. Tel: 0191 236 2020. Set in the 812 acre High Gosforth Park Estate and home to 26 race meetings Newcastle Racecourse is easily accessible by road, rail and air. www.newcastle-racecourse.co.uk. About 7 miles east of Ponteland.

Newcastle Racecourse

Attractions Discovery Museum, Blandford Square, Newcastle upon Tyne. NE1 4JA. (0191) 232 6789. Discover the chequered history of Newcastle upon Tyne, from Romans and Knights to ship-builders and pitmen. Some fun and fascinating scientific exhibitions; important collections of maritime, social history, fashion and regimental life are on display. About 7 miles southeast of Ponteland.

Discovery Museum

Attractions MetroCentre, Newcastle upon Tyne is Europe's largest shopping and leisure centre. With almost 330 shops including major department stores such as Debenhams, House of Fraser and Marks & Spencer, MetroCentre has something for everyone. About 8 miles south of Ponteland.

MetroCentre

BELSAY HALL

AttractionsBELSAY HALL, CASTLE AND GARDENS, Belsay Tel: 01661 881636. A 14th century castle, home to the Middleton family, with a 17th century manor house and 19th century country house (Belsay Hall), set in 30 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds. English Heritage charges apply. About 5 miles northwest of Ponteland.

BELSAY HALL

Ponteland hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Seahouses

Attractions Bamburgh Castle, Bamburgh, Northumberland, NE69 7D. Standing on a rocky outcrop overlooking miles of beautiful sandy beach, Bamburgh Castle dominates the Northumbrian landscape. A magnificent castle completely restored in 1900, it houses collections of china, porcelain, furniture, paintings , arms and armour. Tel: 01668 214 515. www.bamburghcastle.com. About 4 miles north of Seahouses.

Bamburgh Castle

Attractions Farne Islands. The Farne Islands lie two to three miles off the Northumberland coast midway between the fishing village of Seahouses and the magnificent Castle of Bamburgh. As well as being the most famous Sea Bird Sanctuary in the British Isles they also have a large colony of Atlantic or Grey Seals. Join us on one of our many year-round trips and explore this most wonderous of British archipelagoes on one of our fleet of seagoing motor vessels. (All our passenger carrying boats are skippered and equipped to meet the exacting licensing standards of the 'Marine Safety Agency'.) Tel: 01665 720 308. www.farne-islands.com. About 7 miles east of Seahouses.

Farne Islands

Attractions Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, Telephone: 01665 576231. Dramatic castle ruins which dominate a lonely stretch of Northumberland's coastline with splendid clifftop views, about 7 miles north of Alnmouth. Dunstanburgh Castle is managed by English Heritage. About 7 miles south of Seahouses.

Dunstanburgh Castle

Seahouses hotels

Visitor attractions and information for Wooler

Attractions St. Cuthbert's Cave is a dramatic sandstone cave formed under an overhang of rocks. It is here that St. Cuthbert's body is said to have been taken by the monks of Lindisfarne Priory in 875, during their flight from the vikings. The cave is in St. Cuthbert's Cave Wood, a National Trust Property. About 7 miles northeast of Wooler.

St. Cuthbert's Cave

Attractions Ros Castle (Chillingham). This Iron Age settlement stands in a commanding position on the highest hill in the area. It is defended by one rampart made of earth and stone, with a ditch around the south and east sides. About 6 miles east of Wooler.

Ros Castle

Attractions The Chillingham Wild Cattle are one of the original herds of emparked wild cattle and still roam in their natural surroundings over about 300 acres of Chillingham Park in Northumberland. Though their origin is uncertain, the existing herd is thought to have been at Chillingham for at least the past 700 years. About 7 miles east of Wooler.

Chillingham Park

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