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Thropton is serviced by Jedburgh skip hire

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Thropton is a hamlet in Northumberland, England, located on the River Coquet, and its tributary Wreigh Burn.[1][2] With a population of 458 (2011 census) it is situated 1.9 miles (3.1 km) west of the village of Rothbury connected by the B6431[3][4] near the junction of the Wreigh Burn and the River Coquet. In the hamlet is a stone bridge over the Wreigh Burn which was built in 1811. There are haughs to the south and north of the village, and imposing views of Simonside, a long crag south of the Coquet.
A little over a mile to the south of the village are the ruins of Great Tosson Tower, a pele tower probably built in the late fifteenth century and later used as part of a system of watch towers designed to curb the activities of the Border Reivers.
A short distance from Great Tosson is Tosson lime kiln, designed by architect George Reavell in 1888, disused and restored in appearance by Northumberland National Park Authority. The site has a small car park and picnic site, and has fine views across the valley to Thropton main village and Rothbury. An information board at the site relates how a cow once fell down inside it.

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