NorthofthetyneCam February 2010

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February 2010

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Castles and Walks in Northumberland

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Felton - Guyzance

Northumberland's Castles

A Welsh Castle
Newport (Pembs)
Felton Old Bridge, built, it is thought, in the 15th Century. Crossing the Coquet between Thirston and Felton. It carried the main A1 trunk road north, Northumberland

The old A1 trunk road heading north out of Felton , Northumberland
This narrow lane leads from the Main road to the Old Swarland road, Felton, Northumberland
A delicious red on a newly painted post box, Felton, Northumberland
The memorial to those of Felton and villages in the surrounding area, who fell for their country Felton , Northumberland
The medieval village of Guyzance, lies a few miles south by east of Alnwick, it is first mentioned in historical records in 1242, The village walls, and buildings including the village Pump are all gradeII listed. Northumberland

Listed building--A listed building is one recognised by the Government as being of special architectural or historic interest, as specified by the Planning (Listed buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. Listing is made at three levels of importance Grade I, the most important, Grade II* and Grade II. Listed building consent is required before any alterations, extensions or demolitions can be made to a listed building which might affect its character.Such buildings can be altered - but only with due consideration given to the history present.

Guyzance is one of only two places in Great Britain with a -zance ending - the other being Penzance in Cornwall. The similar names are co-incidence however.

This ruined cottage greets you at the top of the bank from the mill road, Guyzance, Northumberland
One of the windows in the ruined building, Guyzance, Northumberland
Guyzance Mill, a ruined 19th century water powered corn and feed mill on the River Coquet, gradeII listed, Northumberland
A unused barn near the mill, Guyzance, Northumberland
This lane leads from the Mill to the medieval village , Northumberland
Heddon on the Wall
A length of the remains of Hadrian's wall east of Heddon on the Wall, Northumberland

St Andrew's Church parts of which date back to 680AD (Saxon), the original stone structure built with stones from the Roman Wall, Heddon on the Wall, Northumberland
The Memorial garden, Heddon on the Wall, Northumberland
The Three Tuns, the road going right is on the line of the Wall and General Wade's Military road. Heddon on the Wall, Northumberland
Northumberland is England's Secret !

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2010
Wideopen(Snow) Trip on the Metro to Tynemouth
Rennington Village, Rock Village.
Cockle Park, Kirkharle.
Crag Lough, Holywell Dene.
The Coquet, Rothbury: South Beach, Blyth
Hoppings - Newcastle Town Moor : Hadrian's Wall - Housesteads Fort
Old Swarland : Planetrees
Bamburgh: Heddon Hall.
Military Road near Harlow Hill : Alnmouth Village - River Aln
Hexham Abbey - The Seal, Seahouses.
Felton, Guyzance, Heddon on the Wall.
Best of 2009, Town Moor snow, Newbiggin.