Low Hauxley


Low Hauxley is a small village on the Northumberland coast, about 1 mile south of Amble. Along with the nearby High Hauxley it is part of the civil parish of Hauxley. Coquet Island can be seen from the beach at Low Hauxley.

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The beach at Low Hauxley

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Low Hauxley

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Houses at Low Hauxley

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Hauxley Church at Low Hauxley

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Hauxley - Local History
- "Hauxley parish lies on the North Sea coast in mid-Northumberland. The parish is relatively low lying and made up of fertile farmland and a rocky island called Coquet Island, which ...

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High Hauxley
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High Hauxley
- Overview Map Street View High Hauxley is a small village in Northumberland close to Amble. It is just inland from the coast and together with Low Hauxley forms the civil ...

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