Whitton, Northumberland


Whitton is a village in Northumberland, located near the River Coquet, less than half a mile south of Rothbury. Whitton Tower, dates from the 14th century, and is a Grade II* listed building. Another landmark in Whitton is Sharp's Folly; possibly the oldest folly in the country.

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Silverton Lane, Whitton

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Sharpe's Tower

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Death glide at Whitton Glebe campsite

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Bridleway junction

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Farmland near Whitton

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