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Clennell Memorial Fountain, Harbottle


Victorian Gothic-style fountain built 1880 by D. McMillan of Alnwick. The fountain is dedicated to Mrs Clennell of Harbottle Castle who "...devoted the powers of an active mind, the impulses of a generous heart, and the industry of a busy life to the welfare and happiness of the inhabitants of Harbottle and the neighbourhood."[1] The fountain is Grade 2 Listed.

Harbottle Grade II Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Harbottle Civil Parish 1880
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Clennell Memorial Fountain, Harbottle

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Memorial fountain, Harbottle

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CLENNEL MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN - List Entry
- "Fountain. 1880 by McMillan of Alnwick. Ashlar and marble. High Victorian Gothic style. 9 steps with low stone walls with square corniced piers lead to terrace upon which the fountain ...

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List number: 1041275
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NT9339404694

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