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Chatton is a village in Northumberland, in England. It is roughly 6km to the east of Wooler.


A rock overhang at nearby Ketley Crag has examples of pre-historic rock art petroglyphs, including a profusion of cup and ring marks, which have been described as "stunning".

It is the site of Hetton Hall, owned by descendants of the soldier Sir Thomas Grey whose expolits were recorded in the Scalacronica chronicle.


The village has amenities which include a pub (the Percy Arms) and village shop.

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Percy Arms Hotel, Chatton

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Chatton war memorial

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The B6348 through Chatton

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Holy Cross Church, Chatton
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Milepost on Alnwick to Eglingham Road

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