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Issue 1 is still available. With 40 pages, all in colour, it has the following contents:
o Ross Back Sands and the Guile Markers; perhaps Northumberland’s finest beach, together with the history of the markers that have guided sailors into Holy Island harbor for over 200 years.
o Behind the Scenes – Exploring the workings beneath the Grand Cascade at The Alnwick Garden.
o Images and poetry from Duddo stone circle.
o A hike to Windy Gyle.
o Remembering a local Engineer – Sir Charles Parsons – who is buried at Kirkwhelpington.
o Art and poetry from the Lindisfarne Causeway – from Peter Podmore and Katrina Porteous.
o A geological walk on Holy Island – what signs of the past can be found in the rocks around the village.
o A forgotten air crash from WW2.
o Alnwick’s Swansfield Park Peace Column – a little known memorial from 1814.
With 48 pages, all in colour, issue 2 has the following contents:
The Cheviot is a new journal. Issued three times each year, it will celebrate the history, landscape, nature and culture of North Northumberland through a series of interesting, informative and entertaining articles.
With 48 pages, all in colour, issue 3 has the following contents:
Reduced to £3.50 per copy
Or £9.00 for all three - go to Our Books
While stocks last
|Wild Hills O' Wannys|
|In the News|
|Relics of War|
|Alnwick in the Great War|
|Zeppelins Over the NE|
|Me, the RAF and 77 Squadron|
|The Great North Road|
|Edge of Empire|