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Rothley with Hollinghill Civil Parish


Rothley with Hollinghill Civil Parish is located about 9 miles east of Morpeth in Northumberland. The population of the of the parish was 160 at the time of the 2011 Census. Previously Rothley and Hollinghill were separate civil parishes.

Listed Buildings and Monuments in Rothley with Hollinghill Civil Parish
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Rothley with Hollinghill Parish Council

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Rothley
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Rothley
- Overview About Rothley Map Street View   Rothley is a small settlement and civil parish in Northumberland, England about north east of Cambo and about west of Morpeth. Governance Rothley ...
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Rothley with Hollinghill (Northumberland) - Local History
- "Rothley is a small parish in mid-Northumberland. Large parts are rough upland grassland and heather moor together with part of the forestry plantations of Harwood Forest. Much of the upland ...

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Bridge carrying B6342 Rothbury road over disused railway at Rothley Lakes, Northumberland

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Hartington
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Hartington
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Kirkhill

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Tut Hill Farm

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Farm Buildings

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Heading east towards Rothley

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Wood sculpture near Rothley Shield East

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Harwood
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Harwood
- Overview Map Harwood is a hamlet in Northumberland located to the south of the Simonside Hills and about 12 miles north-west of Morpeth. The settlement is part of the Civil ...

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