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Henhill, Northumberland


Henhill Farm in Northumberland is located about ½ a mile west of the village of Newham and 5 miles south-east of Belford. Earthwork remains to the south of Henhill are thought to be that of a prehistoric settlement. Historically, Henhill was part of the township of Newham in the ancient parish of Bambrough. It now forms part of the Civil Parish of Ellingham.

Northumberland Newham, (Belford) Ellingham Civil Parish
from Geograph (geograph)
Cottage at Henhill

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from http://www.keystothepast.in...
Enclosure south of Henhill, Newham
- "A probably prehistoric enclosure has been identified as a cropmark south of Henhill, near Newham. The ditch around the whole of the site seems to survive in a number of ...

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