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East Woodburn


East Woodburn is a village in Northumberland, located about 14 miles north of Hexham and 4½ miles north-east of Bellingham. The settlement is situated by Lisles Burn, close to it's confluence with the River Rede. The earthwork remains of the Medieval settlement of East Woodburn are located to the west of the village.[1] Today, East Woodburn and the neighbouring village of West Woodburn, form part of Corsenside Civil Parish.

Northumberland Corsenside Parish, 1848 Lisles Burn Corsenside West Woodburn Corsenside Civil Parish Chairford Bridge
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East Woodburn

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East Woodburn village

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East Woodburn

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East Woodburn

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The lane to Whetstone House

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East Woodburn

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Lisles Burn at East Woodburn

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Jubilee Stone

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Woodburn Wall

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Old Railway Bridge Abutments

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East Woodburn shrunken medieval village (Corsenside)
- "The earthwork remains of buildings and plots of land lie in a field west of East Woodburn. It has been suggested they may be parts of a medieval village or ...

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West Woodburn
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West Woodburn
- Overview About West Woodburn Map Street View   West Woodburn is a village in north-western Northumberland, England. The 2001 census recorded a population of 492 in the Parish Council area ...
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Alder Hall above Lisles Burn

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