Doddington Moor

Situated just outside of the boundaries of the Northumberland National Park and a stone‚Äôs throw away from the foothills of the Cheviots, the moorland north of Wooler is woefully overlooked by walkers.  Yet one need only glance at a map to realise that in this small area lie an incredible number of prehistoric sites, from Neolithic rock art and a stone circle to an Iron Age hill fort.

Continue reading “Doddington Moor”