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ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE

Dunting the Freeholder, Newbiggin by the Sea. Northumberland  1974. Vandalised Moot Stone now use a small concrete pillar. A new freeholder is Dunted.<br />
Lynemouth Power Station in background.
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TRADITIONAL FOLKLORE ANNUAL CUSTOMS AND ANNUAL VILLAGE TRADITIONS 1970S UK
Dunting the Freeholder, Newbiggin by the Sea. Northumberland 1974. Vandalised Moot Stone now use a small concrete pillar. A new freeholder is Dunted.
Lynemouth Power Station in background.

Filename: Dunting the Freeholder, Newbiggin by the Sea. Northumberland TRADITIONAL COUNTRY BRITISH FOLK CUSTOM 1970S ENGLAND .jpg
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From gallery: ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE
Source: Homer Sykes
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Location: Newbiggin by the Sea. Northumberland
Credit: Homer Sykes
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