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June 2013

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Castles and Walks in Northumberland

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River Rede -West Woodburn

Northumberland's Castles

A Welsh Castle
Newport (Pembs)
Allen Banks
Thrunton Woods 2
Warkworth Beach
West Woodburn
Yeavering Bell
Lakes walks
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The lane to Townhead from West Woodburn., Northumberland
Looking north on the River Rede near West Woodburn, Northumberland

Looking across the River Rede to Townhead near West Woodburn, Northumberland
Small rapids on the River Rede near West Woodburn,, Northumberland
This elaborate bridge, shown as East Woodburn Bridge on the map but it's about a kilometre from East Woodburn, seems to have been put in place to carry a farm road over the River Rede near West Woodburn, Northumberland
The view north from the East Woodburn Bridge, River Rede. Northumberland
Signpost near Townhead showng the path to East Woodburn Bridge., Northumberland
A simple door latch, a blacksmith's work of art, on a gate near Townfoot, Northumberland
This great Beech tree is to be found near Linnheads, Northumberland
Lindisfarne Priory
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Lindisfarne Priory is in the custody of English Heritage. It is very much worth a visit when visiting the Island. If planning a visit see the Tide tables. Lindisfarne, Northumberland
The Statue of St. Cuthbert by Fenwick Lawson completed in the year 2000 standing in the Priory Grounds, Lindisfarne Northumberland

A close up of the Fenwick Lawson, St Cuthbert statue, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
The Priory ruins are visited by tourists from all over the world and by many Pilgrims who walk from Melrose in Scotland via St. Cuthberts Way. Lindisfarne, Northumberland
The surviving Great Arch at Lindisfarne Priory. The Priory on Holy Island was one of the most important centres of early Christianity in Anglo Saxon England. Northumberland
Through the ruined cloister the Church of St. Mary can be seen, Holy Island, Northumberland
The nave in the Parish Church of St. Mary. The church stands in the Lindisfarne Priory grounds. Northumberland
The Statue of St Aiden in the Lindisfarne Priory grounds. A monastery was founded on Lindisfarne (Holy Island) by St Aidan in 634 AD, Northumberland
Wild flowers cling to the ruins at Lindisfarne Priory, Northumberland
Northumberland is England's Secret !


Brinkburn Priory, Tynmouth, River Tyne North Pier
Alwinton Border Shepherds' Show II, Howick Hall & Bathing House
Retired Buses, Weetslade. Alwinton Border Shepherds' Show
Coe Crags, Nr Wooler. Carboot sale - Corbridge
Halton Castle, Open Garden Day.A Tyne Arrival (the Planet Ace)
Wylam, Tyne riverside path, Lindisfarne, Boats, Sheds and Pebbles
West Woodburn - River Rede, Lindisfarne Priory
Ingram Valley, River Breamish, Ingram. Hartside Farm, Linhope Spout.
Out and about(Ulgham Longhirst), Cresswell Druridge Bay
Craster to Embleton Bay, Embleton Bay to Low Newton
Plessey Old Windmill, Stannington Village
Best of 2012 , Northumberlandia Earth Sculpture