Greymare Hill, Northumberland


Greymare Hill is a hamlet in the parish of Shotley Low Quater in Northumberland, located just west of the hamlet of Kiln Pit Hill, and just over 3 miles north-west of the town of Shotley Bridge. There are 2 farms and a couple of houses at Greymare Hill, and the former Church of St Andrew and the Hopper Mausoleum, built in 1752.

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Greymare Hill farm

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Greymare Hill, Shotley

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St Andrew's Church & Hopper Mausoleum, Greymare Hill

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The view from Greymare Hill

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Public Footpath to Greymare Hill

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Greymare Hill Plantation

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Cattle feeders in Greymare Hill Plantation

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