Blanchland

Richard Hart-Jackson Art

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Blanchland in southwest Northumberland, was built in the 17th century mostly out of stone from the ruins of the 12th century Abbey. It is set in the valley of the river Derwent, against open moorland. The village has served as the backdrop of several films and TV series. Painted in acrylic.

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