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Glororum, Stannington

Glororum is a hamlet, located about 2 miles north-west of the village of Stannington in Northumberland. The settlement is part of Stannington Civil Parish.

Not to be confuse with Glororum, Bamburgh, also in Northumberland.

Northumberland Stannington Civil Parish
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Glororum farmhouse

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Glororum village

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Farm Building, Glororum

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Glororum planned farm buildings (Stannington)
- "The main farm buildings at Glororum were planned and built in the early 19th century, with some alterations made later that century. The ranges lie around a yard, which is …

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