NorthofthetyneCam November 2010

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November 2010

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Castles and Walks in Northumberland

Rennington Village

Northumberland's Castles

A Welsh Castle
Newport (Pembs)
The attractive Village of Rennington a few miles north of Alnwick on the way up to Seahouses, Northumberland.

Houses on the village green, Rennington, Northumberland.
The path beside the Village Hall, Rennington, Northumberland.
The residue of an overnight shower still to be seen around 11 Am , Rennington, Northumberland.

Last but not least the village pub, the Horseshoes Inn, Rennington, Northumberland
Rock Village
The Village of Rock is a mile or so away from Rennington and its single street has these cottages on one side and an ornamental lake and Norman church on the other. Northumberland.

Ornamental Ridge tiles on top of the old village hall, Rock, Northumberland.
A glorious beech tree beside the ornamental lake, Rock, Northumberland.
The Norman church of St. Philip and St. James, restored by Charles Bosanquet, in the early 19th century. Rock, Northumberland.

Rock Hall, now the premises of a successful junior school of that name. Built on the site of earlier wooden structures, Rock Hall consists of a central oblong tower which dates from the late 15th century. Two smaller towers of a later date are attached to it. A large manor house was added by Colonel John Salkeld in the 17th century. Following a fire in 1752 the Hall was restored by Charles Bosanquet in 1809, the architect being John Dobson. Rock Village, Northumberland
At Rock Hall, the arms of the Salkelds appear on a sundial above a small blocked doorway. Rock , Northumberland

(No sign of Jack Black at this school of Rock!)

Rock Village is set in the beautiful Northumbrian landscape, this picture taken 100 yards from Rock Hall School looking north, 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.