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Featherstone Parish Council
- "Featherstone Parish on the South Tyne River, 3 miles south west of Haltwhistle, includes the hamlets of Kellah, Redpath, and Rowfoot. Featherstone Castle, a Grade I listed building, a large ...

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Rowfoot
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Rowfoot
- Overview Map Street View Rowfoot is a hamlet in the civil parish of Featherstone in Northumberland.
River South Tyne
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River South Tyne
- The River South Tyne rises high in the North Pennines at Tynehead Fell in Cumbria and flows in a roughly north-easterly direction to Warden Rock, near Hexham, where it joins the ...
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Local History: Featherstone (Northumberland)
- "Featherstone lies in south-west Northumberland on the edge of the North Pennine hills, close to the border with Cumbria. The landscape is varied, ranging from the moorland of Featherstone and ...

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Redpath, Northumberland
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Redpath, Northumberland
- Redpath Farm is located within Harwood Forest in Northumberland.
Kellah, Northumberland
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Kellah, Northumberland
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Park Village, Haltwhistle
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Park Village, Haltwhistle
- Overview Map Street View Park Village is a settlement in Northumberland, situated by Park Burn, near it's confluence with the River South Tyne. Park Village is located about 2 miles ...
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Broomhouse (Haltwhistle)
- Overview Map Street View Broomhouse Farm is located on Bellister Bank, near the River South Tyne, about 1 mile south-west of Haltwistle in Northumberland. Broomhouse forms part of Featherstone Civil ...

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