Sinderhope


Sinderhope is a village by the River East Allen, located 2 miles south of Allendale Town in Northumberland. The populatin is spread over a wide area incorporating a number of sheep farms. 

Sinderhope is a village situated on the east Allen Valley in south-west Northumberland.

The population is spread over farms in an area approximately 25 square miles. The population is around 80. The mainstay of employment is sheep-farming.

Wildlife is plentiful with many examples of rare birds of Great Britain, such as the black grouse, capercaillie, whimbrel and curlew.

The local beauty spot is a ford with wild flowers and a wood. The area is known as "old man's bottom" for reasons that are unknown.

The whole area is part of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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High Forest Community Centre, Sinderhope

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Sinderhope [0002-123]

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Sinderhope [0002-124]

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Sinderhope 1997 [0023-034]

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Sinderhope 1905 [0025-005]

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Sinderhope 1942 [0027-005]

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Sinderhope 1942 [0027-003]

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Sinderhope [0002-159]

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Sinderhope May 1979 [0002-022]

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Sinderhope [0023-036]

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Sinderhope [0027-055]

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Allendale [0002-134]

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Sinderhope March 1996 [0002-189]

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Sinderhope [0002-206]

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Stobb Cross

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