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Kielder in Northumberland

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Kielder, Northumberland. The Border Forest National Park, largest forest area in Britain, covers some 200 sq. miles and has significantly altered the look of the countryside since planting of spruce, pine and larch began in 1926 in a previously nearly treeless area. In more recent years, the Forestry Commission has developed public access to many sections of the forest, thus creating a new and delightful recreation ground. The Pennine Way crosses the forest and camping, caravan and picnic sites have been established. There are a few observation points from which visitors can watch or photograph wild life, including the increasing number of roe deer. Kidder Castle and Lewisburn forest trails have been laid out and helpful printed guides for them make it easier to enjoy the outings and to identify the trees, plants and bird or animal life encountered along the route. Kidder (from the Old Norse kelda or spring) is one of the forest villages built to house the workers in this new industry. The castle, standing above the meeting of the North Tyne River and Kidder Burn, is the administrative headquarters for one forest area and a social club for the workers. It was built in 1775 as a shooting box by the Duke of Northumberland. Early visitors told of the inhabitants indulging in a riotous folk dance in which the men drew their dirks and appeared, all things considered, “scarcely less savage than the Indians of California”. Kidder viaduct was purchased in 1969 by the Northumberland and Newcastle Society to preserve “the finest example of Victorian railway architecture in Britain”.

Nearby towns: Brampton, Hawick, Haydon Bridge, Hexham, Jedburgh

Nearvby villages: Byrness, Catcleugh, Falstone, Kershopefoot, Otterburn, Wark

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