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Forum: The Lost Villages, Radcliffe and Chevington Drift. 29-06-2014, 07:42 PM
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Posted By mitch1968
Yes i remember digging big ragworm at the small...

Yes i remember digging big ragworm at the small square part of the harbour!(?the dock)with my dads garden fork.Fish were easy to catch then;poddlers(coalfish),plaice and the odd codling were all...
Forum: The Lost Villages, Radcliffe and Chevington Drift. 28-06-2014, 04:09 PM
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Posted By mitch1968
Its a shame really,but happy memories,i also...

Its a shame really,but happy memories,i also remember catching the biggest eels of my life at the first large lake they dug at druridge bay park next to hadston!
They were huge about 4ft...
Forum: The Lost Villages, Radcliffe and Chevington Drift. 27-06-2014, 12:28 PM
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Posted By mitch1968
Thanks for that,the shape of the burn as it meets...

Thanks for that,the shape of the burn as it meets the sea was similiar to how it was in the 70s i think,plus the fact it was called Chibburn Mouth on the old map may explain the nick name "mooth".:)
Forum: The Lost Villages, Radcliffe and Chevington Drift. 26-06-2014, 11:59 AM
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Posted By mitch1968
Chevington Burn

Can anyone shed any light on why the mouth of the burn was called the "mooth"(pronounced like "smooth" without the S at the front). ?was it simply our northumberland accent,or,east chevington slang?...
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