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Wark in Northumberland

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Wark, Northumberland. A great horse chestnut tree stands in the centre of the green in this pleasant village on the North Tyne. It was a larger place at one time and can trace its history at least to 788 when it is believed to have been the scene of the murder of the “just and pious” King Alfwald of Northumbria. The Normans had a castle here but only a turf-covered earthwork remains on the river bank. The village itself is particularly charming when seen as a huddle of roofs from the narrow iron bridge that crosses the stream. On the east side of the river, 11 miles from the village, Chipchase Castle can be seen from the road. The present mansion consists of a 1621 building added to a medieval tower. When it was the capital of Tynedale, Wark (meaning work or earthwork) was the scene of courts held by Scottish kings.

Nearby towns: Haltwhistle, Haydon Bridge, Hexham, Prudhoe

Nearby villages: Akeld, Allerdean, Bellingham, Branxton, Carham, Crookham, Duddo, Etal, Fentonhill, Horncliffe, Kielder, Middle Ord, Milfield, Norham, Otterburn, Swinton, West Ord

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