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Cullercoats – St George

I am not a person who does the seaside. It was a gorgeous day (16 July 2015) when I headed to the North Sea coast for a meeting at Cullercoats, and we could have spent the afternoon on the beach. … Continue reading

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Kirkwhelpington – St Bartholomew

We decided it is a very long time since we have had a drive-round-Northumberland-and-find-lots-of-churches day. So on Saturday 11 July we drove north up the A696. There was a plan to do a tourist church trail along this road, here … Continue reading

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Blanchland – St Mary the Virgin

Friday 21 November 2014 was not the best day for a drive – rather grey and damp – but we headed south from Hexham to Blanchland. It is a lovely drive south. We parked in the centre of the village, and … Continue reading

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Fenham – Holy Cross

I email my Deanery colleagues to thank them for their cover during my sabbatical and said I was around in August “if you need any help”. Me and my big mouth! It was lovely to be invited to do the … Continue reading

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Wooler – St Mary

Wooler is one of those small rural towns that feels as if it has seen better days. However the Ramblers Cafe does a nice bacon and egg roll, and the market place is having a makeover. The church is here … Continue reading

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Healey – St John

Julie and I were driving to the Hexham Book Festival – a marvellous few days of authors and events in what has become our favourite town. It was a beautiful morning, so I went the pretty way. Healey is a Grade II … Continue reading

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Hartburn – St Andrew (again)

Last time I came here building work was in progress and the church was locked – today (7 January 2014) it was open. The church is at NZ090860, standing high above the Hart Burn (“which gives the little town its … Continue reading

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