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Acomb, Northumberland (Roman Wall Country)

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Attractions: we are Ideally placed as a comfortable, & affordable base for all of the following pursuits, interests & hobbies.


Golfing

A traditional parkland course on fast draining land on the south side of the River Tyne, Hexham Golf Club Course At 6,301 from the medal tees it is enjoyable for club golfers of all standards.

The greens are regularly amongst the best in the County, and the views over the Beauty of the North and South Tyne valley's and surrounding countryside are stunning. see http://www.hexhamgolf.co.uk/

less than a mile as the crow flies

 

Matfen Hall Golf Course is a twenty seven hole golf course is rated as one of the finest in Northumberland.

A bit further 7 miles as the crow flies


Fishing

There's great fishing on the banks of The River Tyne - which is widely considered to be England's finest Salmon river

 

less than a mile as the crow flies


Also Whittle Dene Reservoir managed by Northumbrian Water, near Harlow Hill, has a growing reputation as a course fishing paradise with a choice of four lakes and a good head of wild species including roach, perch and gudgeon.

see .visitnorthumberland.com


Hexham Races

Hexham Racecourse is set in the heart of the beautiful Northumberland countryside

2.5 miles away as the crow flies

see hexham-racecourse.co.uk/



Hadrians Wall

Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail is the long-distance footpath that runs through the World Heritage Site. 84 miles of glorious walking through rugged moorland, rolling fields and dynamic urban landscape.see Hadrians-wall.org

Image from wikipedia.org

Walking

The Roman Wall itself is internationally recognised as a World Heritage Site, but the area's history is much broader than the Roman heritage.
The corridor of land through which the Wall runs offers the visitor an unique view of the region's past. From Iron Age settlements to medieval village sites and 19th century industrial remains, the rich hsitory of the area is preserved in the landscape. Follow these walks and discover it for yourself.

Nationaltrail.co.uk

 Regular Events

 

We are proud that we have 2 R.A.O.B Lodges meet here on regular basis

6657 Arthur Makepeace Lodge weekly on a Thursday 8.00pm

9026 Meeting of the Waters Lodge every Sunday at noon


R.A.O.B Please look through our website at your leisure bearing in mind that in our contact area we will be more than happy to give more information or put you in touch with people in your local area. We are determined to continue that which was started by our forefathers and show that in these modern times there is still a place for people to support the Community and each other.

 

http://www.raobgle.org.uk/#










 

 

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