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Embleton Hall, Longframlington
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Embleton Hall, Longframlington
- Embleton Hall in Longframlington is a country manor house built in c.1730 for Thomas Embleton. It was bought by the Fenwick family in 1780 and remained in the Fenwick Family ...
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Hollinside Manor

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William Newton Plaque - No 1 Charlotte Square, Newcastle upon Tyne. William Newton (1730 -1798), was an eminent local architect. He was reponsible for numerous country houses, the Assembly Rooms, St Ann's Church & Charlotte Square.

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