Norham is a small but historically significant village on a fordable stretch of the River Tweed which separates England from Scotland. It is famous for its castle which was founded in 1121 by Ranulf Flambard, the Bishop of Durham. The castle fell into Scottish hands four times between 1136 and 1513 and there were a … Continue reading Norham – The Most Dangerous Place in England?
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