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Ford

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Ford is a village in Northumberland. perhaps because it sounds like a river crossing, it is often referred to as Ford Village and it shares a website with the neighbouring village of Etal.

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B6352 from Berwick-upon-Tweed or B6353 from the A1 a bit further south.

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  • Lady Waterford Art Gallery in what was once the village school. Lady Louisa Waterford, who seems to have been ahead of her later 19th century times in her attitudes, did a lot of painting locally, getting in local residents as models for biblical works.

There is also a splendid plant nursery in the Victorian walled garden of the old castle. [1]

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