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Everyone has been so helpful here when I have asked for suggestions about visiting Cumbria and Cornwall, I wanted to seek your wise advice for an upcoming trip to Northumberland.

This time I will be dragging my long suffering mother around with me and my list of places to see currently looks like this:

Blawearie Cairn, Duddo five stones, Hethpool stone circle, Howick ancient village and reconstructed roundhouse, Lordenshaw rock art, Lune Head stone circle, Roughting Linn rock art, the Goatstones, the Matfen Stone and the Three kings four poster stone circle.

On initial hunting around here, they seem to be interesting-looking sites which are not too difficult to get to (though I haven't had the maps out to check this yet). I am not a huge fan of rock art (I am sorry!) hence only two rock art sites being there.

Am I missing anything utterly fantastic? Have I made any huge blunders with my choices? I would, as ever, be humbly grateful for any suggestions you have to offer!

With many thanks as always,

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Posted by BeakerUK
4th July 2006ce

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    Northumberland (BeakerUK, Jul 04, 2006, 18:07)
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