Description"The church sits at the west end of the village. It is one of three nonconformist churches within the National Park, built in 1854 NT9304 : Former Presbyterian Church, Harbottle. These formerly Presbyterian (and now United Reformed Church), make a sharp contrast to the Pennine Dales thirty miles to the south, where virtually every hamlet had either a Wesleyan or Primitive Methodist Chapel or both. Northumberland National Park Historic Village Atlas Harbottle" Photo by Andrew Curtis, 2010, and licensed for reuse under a Creative Commons Licence.
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