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Harbottle Parish Council
- Official Website of Harbottle Parish Council.

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Local History: Harbottle
- "The civil parish of Harbottle lies on the edge of the Cheviots, in Upper Coquetdale. It includes high moorland in the north and west of the parish. The River Coquet ...

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Harbottle
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Harbottle
- Overview About Harbottle Map Street View Harbottle is a village in Northumberland, located about 20 miles north-west of Morpeth, and situated by the River Coquet. To the west of the ...
Holystone
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Holystone
- Overview About Holystone Map Street View Holystone is a village in Northumberland, located by the River Coquet, about 2 miles south-east of Harbottle. To the north of the village is ...
Sharperton
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Sharperton
- Overview Map Street View Sharperton is a hamlet in Northumberland situated by the River Coquet. It is located about 6 miles west of Rothbury, a mile and a half south-east ...
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Foxton deserted medieval village
- "Earthworks are all that remain of the medieval hamlet of Foxton, which is mentioned in a document written in 1546. The remains of three steadings and two garths can be ...

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North Yardhope
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North Yardhope
- Overview Map Street View North Yardhope is a farm in Harbottle Civil Parish, in Northumberland, located about 9 miles west of Rothbury and 2½ miles south-west of the village of ...
South Yardhope
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South Yardhope
- South Yardhope was the site of a farm, now in ruins, in Harbottle Civil Parish, Northumberland.

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