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Stonehaugh is a small settlement in Northumberland about 5 miles (8 km) west of Wark and 4 Roman miles (6 km) north of Hadrian's Wall.
Stonehaugh was a purpose-built village for housing forestry workers in the 1950’s, but, with the introduction of mechanisation, the necessity for such a concentrated manpower is no longer required, so the modern population is more diverse. With families moving in from all over the UK, who contribute to this beautiful village, but, still keeping it un-spoilt and unique.
Stonehaugh gets a new landmark... The Stonehaugh Star Dome and nature watching platform.
Stonehaugh Community Hall was completed and initially opened in November 2009 following 10 years of fund raising. The new Community Hall has been match funded by Northern Rock, Tynedale Council, Awards for All, and the Government Office for the North East.
The hall is licensed for a total of 120 people which is broken down into 80 people within the main hall and 20 people within each of the upstairs rooms.
Star Dome Build - See the different stages of the build in the Gallery
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October 18 @ 7pm - 9pm - Starwatch - Sunderland Astronomical Society are holding a presentation at the hall, then an evening of Star Gazing
|Stonehaugh Map 1951|