Hartburn Civil Parish


Hartburn Civil Parish is located in rural Northumberland, centred arround the village of Hartburn, which is located about 7 miles west of Morpeth. The parish also includes High Angerton, Low Angerton, West Marlish and a number of other hamlets. The River Wandbeck and the Hart Burn (from which Hartburn gets it's name) flow across the parish.

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Hartburn Parish Council
- Official Webpages of the Council.

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Hartburn, Northumberland
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Hartburn, Northumberland
- Overview About Hartburn Map Street View Hartburn is a village and civil parish in Northumberland. The village is situated by the Hart Burn (river), and located about 6 miles west ...
Church of St. Andrew, Hartburn, Northumberland
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Church of St. Andrew, Hartburn, Northumberland
High Angerton
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High Angerton
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Local History: Hartburn (Northumberland)
- "Hartburn parish lies in the lowlands of central Northumberland not far from the county town of Morpeth. The River Wansbeck and the Hart Burn cross the parish from west to ...

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