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South Hazlerigg, Hazlerigg Mill and North Hazlerigg are farms / hamlets, which are located roughly 5 miles north-east of Wooler and 3 miles north of the village of Chatton in Northumberland. Hazlerigg Racing is a large horse training facility at South Hazelrigg. Historically Hazlerigg was a township in the ancient parish of Chatton. Today, these settlements fall within Tillside Civil Parish. Old Hazlerigg, located a short distance north of South Hazlerigg, is the site of a deserted medieval village.[1]

HAZLERIGG, a township, in the parish of Chatton, union of Glendale, E. division of Glendale ward, N. division of Northumberland, 6 miles (N.E.) from Wooler. It lies about midway between the roads from Wooler to Berwick, and from Alnwick to Wooler, and comprises 2100 acres, of which three-fourths are arable land of middling quality upon freestone. The vicarial tithes have been commuted for £53. There are some remains of an old peel-house.

Extract from: A Topographical Dictionary of England comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs, corporate and market towns, parishes, and townships..... 7th Edition, by Samuel Lewis, London, 1848.

Not to be confused with the village of Hazlerigg in Newcastle.

South Hazlerigg:

North Hazlerigg:

Northumberland Chatton Parish, 1848 Tillside Parish Council area
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South Hazlerigg

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Hazlerigg Mill

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North Hazlerigg farm

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Old Hazelrigg
- "This is the site of the deserted medieval village of Old Hazelrigg. It was first recorded in written records from 1242. It was described as a small village in the …

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Rose Dobbin Racing
- Hazelrigg is a horse training facility in the north-east of England and home to Rose Dobbin Racing

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