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Horsley (Otterburn)

The hamlet of Horsley in Redesdale, Northumberland, is located off the A68 road about 4 miles north-west of Otterburn and half mile south-east of Rochester. By Horsley Woods are Holy Trinity Church (1844) and Horsley House (former vicarage of 1884). A little further south is the Redesdale Arms hotel and former coaching inn.

Not to be confused with Horsley near Hexham, also in Northumberland.

Northumberland Rochester and Byrness Civil Parish Church of the Holy Trinity, Horsley Redesdale Arms
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The Redesdale Arms Hotel

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The Redesdale Arms at Horsley

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Holy Trinity Church

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Horsley House (Rochester and Byrness)
- "Horsley House was originally the vicarage to the Holy Trinity Church. It was built in about 1884 in Gothic style to the designs of William Hodgson...."

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Entrance to Rupert's Wood

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