Carham Civil Parish



The parish incorporates CarhamEast Learmouth, Hagg, Howburn, Pressen Hill, Shidlaw, Sunilaws, Tithehill, Wark-on-TweedWest Learmouth. There are also the hamlets of MindrumMindrummillMindrum Station, and Downham.
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Carham Parish Community Website
- The Parish villages, that lie along the border with Scotland, including Carham, East Learmouth, Hagg, Howburn, Pressen Hill, Shidlaw, Sunilaws, Tithehill, Wark-on-Tweed & Wark Common, and West Learmouth.

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Carham
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Carham
- Overview About Carham Map Street View   Carham or Carham On Tweed is a village in Northumberland, England. The village lies on the south side of the River Tweed about ...
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Wark-on-Tweed
- Overview About Wark Map Street View   Wark on Tweed (usually referred to simply as Wark) is a village in the English county of Northumberland. It lies about 15 miles ...
East Learmouth
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East Learmouth
West Learmouth
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West Learmouth
- Overview Map Street View West Learmouth (aka 'Old Learmouth') is a small village in Northumberland, close to the border with Scotland. It is situated by Willow Burn and located about ...
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Local History: Carham
- "The parish of Carham, which also includes the village of Wark-on-Tweed, is located on the English side of the Scottish-English border. It is this border location which has defined the ...

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Mindrum Station
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Mindrum Station
- Mindrum railway station was a stone built railway station serving the hamlet of Mildrum and the surrounding villages in Northumberland. It was on the Alnwick to Cornhill Branch which ran ...
Mindrum
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Mindrum
Mindrummill
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Mindrummill
Downham, Northumberland
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Downham, Northumberland
- Overview Map Street View Downham is a hamlet in Northumberland consisting of Downham farm and a few farm cottages. It is within the civil parish of Carnham and located east ...

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