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- Ebchester is a village in County Durham, England. It is situated to the north of Consett and to the south east of Whittonstall. The village sits at the...
- Castleside, Consett North, Consett South, Cornsay, Crookhall, Delves Lane, Ebchester and Medomsley, Esh, Lanchester, and Leadgate, and the District of Wear...
- Ebchester railway station served the village of Ebchester, County Durham, England from 1867 to 1953 on the Derwent Valley Railway. The station opened...
- Brancaster Chichester Cirencester Colchester Doncaster Dorchester Dorchester Ebchester Exeter Frocester Gloucester Godmanchester Grantchester Hincaster Ilchester...
- Æthelfrith, king of Bernicia from c. 593 to 616. She founded monasteries at Ebchester and St Abb's Head near Coldingham in Scotland. Æbbe was the daughter of...
- Britain (Britannia Inferior). Its ruins, now known as Ebchester Roman Fort, are situated at Ebchester (grid reference NZ103555) in the English county of...
- East Law is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated to the north of Consett, near Ebchester....
- 83389°W / 54.88528; -1.83389 Broom Hill is a small village in County Durham, England. It is situated to the north of Consett, near Ebchester and Medomsley....
- Westwood is approximately 800 yards (730 m) from the Roman village of Ebchester. Low Westwood lies just off the A694, and is on the 'Red kite' (45/46)...
- Whitley Bay and La Sagesse School in Newcastle upon Tyne, before moving to Ebchester, County Durham at the age of 13 where she attended Blackfyne Grammar School...
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