Long Nanny


The Long Nanny is a river in Northumberland which discharges into the North Sea near Beadnell. Near where the Long Nany has a confluence with Brunton Burn, by the coast, is the Long Nanny site of the National Trust. This is a wildlife sanctuary and nesting place for Little Terns. 
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Long Nanny

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Long Nanny enters Beadnell Bay

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Long Nanny Burn

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Brunton Burn or Long Nanny

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Long Nanny Burn

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Footbridge over the Long Nanny

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Confluence of Brunton Burn and Long Nanny Burn

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Long Nanny

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Fleetham Bridge
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Fleetham Bridge
- The stone single arched bridge over the Long Nanny at West Freetham, near Beadnell, was built in the early 19th century. The bridge is Grade II listed. 
West Fleetham
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West Fleetham
- Overview Map Street View West Fleetham is a hamlet in Northumberland, located about 2 miles west of Beadnell and a mile north east of Chathill. The hamlet is located by ...
Chathill
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Chathill
- Overview About Chathill Map Street View CHATHILL, a township, in the parish of Ellingham, union of Belford, S. division of Bambrough ward, N. division of Northumberland, 9½ miles (N. by ...

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