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85)  
Judy Pannett
Location:
Bridlington, East Yorkshire

Looking at your wonderful photos of Craster, can't wait for our holiday in June 2005 to see it for ourselves, whatever the weather.

84)  
Joyce Carroll nee Grey

Location:
Dublin, Ireland

Born in Craster in 1951 Your pictures made me cry. Home is where the heart is.......... my beautiful Craster.

Thank you.

83)  
Ian
Location:
France

I'm originally from Longhoughton and after 14 years living in France your photos are making me homesick.

Fantastic, cheers !

82)  
Dan Harbottle
Location:
Costa Mesa, California, USA

This is such an interesting site . . . My mother, Robin Harbottle, visited the area some time ago.

I wish to visit soon too . . . I love the look and feel of the place.

81)  
Carole Faihurst
Location:
Wigan

We visit Northumberland at least four times a year and have done for the past fourteen years.

We were last there in February at Low Newton but have just returned from two weeks in Florida and I was so desperate to see the place again I searched for a web cam and found you.

Marvellous pictures, beats Florida anyday.

Roll on retirement, Northumberland here I come.

80)  
Kelly Embleton
Location:
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Wow your photo's are beautiful. I would love to come and see it all in person.

I will add your site to my favorites. And I will be a regular visitor.

I am trying to find out the history of the name Embleton and I found your site.

79)  
Joan Ogle
Location:
Brisbane, Qld, Australia

Have made two visits to Bothal, both times have been fortunate enough to be given access to the church.

Love the site, pics are excellent, bring back happy memories.

78)  
Hugh Mitford Raymond
Location:

Lovely photographs.

I visited Northumberland and my family roots some years ago and was so lucky to see it all in a brilliant summers sunshine.

The photographs capture it's very essence.

Many thanks.

Hugh Mitford Raymond

77)  
Melanie Gale..nee Glass
Location:

Beautiful pictures of Hauxley. My father was born there in 1920 in a little row of bungalows not far from the sea.

My father will be 85 in 2 weeks time and I will print off these pictures for him to reminisce over as it has been many years since he has been back 'home'.

Is the row of bungalows still standing I wonder?

76)  
Stephen D. Wylam
Location:

Amazing. I've got to find a way to see this area in person.

I now know I must be related in some way to this beautiful village & it's founding families.

75)  
Dr. Tom Gauthier
Location:
Janesville, California, USA

A visit to Northumberland is in order.

Found 31st g-grandfather, Gospatric of Dunbar buried in Norham Castle, 1075.

Also 23d g-grandfather Robert d'Umfraville and wife Alianore Widdrington both born in Castle Prudoe c1275.

And my 21st g-grandfather, Thomas d'Umfraville was born in Harbottle Castle in 1353.

Thanks for the great pix.

74)  
Joy Walker
Location:

The photographs on this site are beautiful.

I grew up in Ashington and was looking for images to reminisce and show my children.

I found more than I expected on this site.

Well done and thank you.

73)  
Darcy Meeks
Location:

I have been chattin with a friend who lives in that area so i decided to see what it looked like....

Breathtaking photo's... origially I am from British Columbia so the landscape is much the same, minus the mountains, but absoulutly fantastic...

I hope to visit someday and look forward to seeing these places up close and personal.

72)  
Glenn
Location:
Venice, Italy

You would think that anyone who is lucky enough to live in Venice and thus surrounded with incredible beauty would not be obsessed with pictures of Bothal and Morpeth.

However, your photographs are wonderful and make me feel helplessly nostalgic for my home village.

Your pictures of Bothal Castle are my permanent sereensavers and desktop backgrounds changing according to the season.

Many thanks and keep up the excellent work!

Glenn

Venice, Italy

71)  
Ray
Location:

Just found you're site and the pic's are stunning, if anyone has any of Hexham and could scan and send them I'd be very grateful.

70)  
Sue Turnbull
Location:
New Zealand

I used to live at the Mill House in Ingram Mill....earliest records Ive found that it was Glebe lands..ie belonging to the church back in 1663....

Really miss the place ..the Roman Hill fort..do they still run the famous Ingram Hill race through it, up the scree slope?

And the Cletric Round houses.. the Roman terraces that they used to grow the vines on... and that Ingram was one of the 10 towns of Cheviot and on the old drovers roads....

Now in Auckland New Zealand...someplace else...would love to hear from anyone about the place that still occupies my heart.....

69)  
Denise
Location:
Birmingham

Fabulous photos, hope to visit Ingram Valley in the future.

Thanks for the preview.

Best wishes.

68)  
A Clarke
Location:

Enjoyed looking at a chunk of England I've not visited yet - lovely photos.

67)  
P J Hayes
Location:
Durham

Grat site, Truly an amazing place. I wish I lived there.

66)  
Vicki
Location:
Ulgham

Thanks for your great photos Les.

I''m very keen myself and particularly love taking pics at Druridge but still have a lot to learn.

Vicki

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