Duddo shown within Northumberland
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Duddo is a village in Northumberland situated about 8 miles (13 km) south west of Berwick on Tweed.
The ruinous remains of Duddo Tower occupy a prominence to the south of the village.
A stone circle, known as Duddo Five Stones, a Scheduled Ancient Monument lies to the north of the village.
The Anglican church of All Saints, which was consecrated after 1870, was constructed in the Early Decorated style to replace the old parish church of St. James the Great. This building was in turn converted to house the school and was intended to hold a maximum of 80 children. It is now a private residence.
- ^ Office for National Statistics: Neighbourhood Statistics
- ^ Northumberland Communities(accessed: 11 November 2008)
- Northumberland Communities (accessed: 10 November 2008)
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