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Middle Newham

Middle Newham is a farm / hamlet in Northumberland, located about 1½ miles south of Belsay. In medieval times, there was a more substantive village here, of which there are earthwork remains. Historically, Middle Newham was part of Newham Township, within the ancient parish of Whalton. Today, it forms part of Belsay Civil Parish.

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Middle Newham Farmhouse

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Middle Newham Farm

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