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Linda Billett Jan 16
Snow again but Bobby & Daisy are ready to go. Today in
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Linda Billett Jan 16
Heading up Loundon Hill. Today in
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Mari Hannah Jan 19
Never been to ? You’re missing out.
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Linda Billett Jan 18
Overnight snow on top of yesterdays snow. Today in
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PintSizedFarmer Jan 22
Please RT - sheep rustlers operating in area. 10 inlamb ewes nicked from a farm near Matfen in January. Police have told us they're aware of other instances in the area. Thieves taking small numbers of sheep each time...check your stock & be alert.
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Wild Northumberland Jan 22
Want to know more about some of the best sites in ? Check out the website and their guide to Birdwatching sites in Northumberland.
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Dan Bell Jan 19
This is my map of Northumberland National Park, hand drawn in the style of Tolkien's Middle Earth. Keen to get your thoughts
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Charles Evans Artist Jan 14
Incredible sunrise at Dunstanburgh.
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PETE RUMNEY ART Jan 21
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Catherine Boland Jan 22
Schools, Colleges and Universities tell us what you have planned for and if you need any support. Tons of FREE info and ideas on the website I'd love to share your plans with the team
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Linda Billett Jan 18
Daisy has a bit of trouble with snow sticking to her fur
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Woodside Lodge Jan 19
Delighted to have been awarded use of and logos by . is sometimes overlooked by visitors en route to , but the scenery & wildlife is every bit as spectacular, wild & wonderful
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David Fletcher Jan 21
@Collywellbay this morning. Freezing feet but a warm heart. Pleasure to be alive.
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National Parks UK Jan 19
There are five incredible in the running for 's National Park of the Year, which one gets your vote - ? More here:
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Linda Billett 16h
Brooding sky over Kidland Forest as Bobby picks her way over some ice. Today in
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Mark Walters 7h
of a well preserved group of practice trenches near , . These were dug by the 18th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers in the winter of 1915-16
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Saltwater Cafe Jan 17
Get an afternoon warm up & grab an Italian , a cuppa tea or a mug of hot chocolate !
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Paul Stevenson  TS , ADHD, OCD, SPD Jan 17
Nice view out the back this morning towards Bamburgh castle
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The Craster Arms Jan 22
Hopping over to ? You can cross 08:55 until 16:00 again from 21:10
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The Old Granary 21h
We’ve one week left in April - 21st for 7 nights £395 Sleeps 2-4 in two bedrooms All linen & towels provided Unlimited WiFi
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