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Hexham

Hexham ( /ˈhɛksəm/ HEKS-əm) is a market town and civil parish in Northumberland, England, located south of the River Tyne, and was the administrative centre for the Tynedale district from 1974 to 2009. The three major towns in Tynedale were Hexham, Prudhoe and Haltwhistle, although in terms of population, Prudhoe was the largest. In 2001 Hexham had a population of 11,446.

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Arriva North East - Closures and Take-overs - Hexham
... Arriva will take over Go North East's Ashington Depot in exchange for the operation of Hexham Depot ... Arriva will still joint-operate Service 685 Newcastle – Hexham – Carlisle service with Stagecoach North West (Stagecoach in Cumbria), Arriva's buses on the route operating from Jesmond ...
Hexham Racecourse
... Hexham Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse racing track located in Hexham, Northumberland, England ... Hexham is a National Hunt course with ten fences for the steeplechasers to negotiate ... Hexham is the most northerly National Hunt course in England and its remote position means that no races are held in February ...
Hexham Middle School
... Hexham Middle School is a community middle school in Hexham, Northumberland, England ... It is in a federation with the nearby Queen Elizabeth High School and many pupils transfer there to continue their secondary education ...
Hexham, New South Wales - Mosquitoes
... alternans is common in the area and adults, famed for their size and ferocity, are referred to as "Hexham Greys" ... The most famous Hexham Grey is "Ossie the Mossie", (sometimes spelled as "Ozzie the Mozzie") a large model of a mosquito that sits atop the Hexham Bowling Club sign at the corner of the Pacific Highway and Old ...
Minmi, New South Wales
... Minmi's mines were connected by a private railway line across the Hexham Swamp to J A Brown's loading facilities on the Hunter River at Hexham ... J A Brown's engineering workshops were also located at Hexham ...