Letter: Army guns blight Northumberland

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The Independent Online
Sir: One questions whether Stephen Goodwin has ever visited the wilder parts of Northumberland. How can the area of "rolling moorland" around Otterburn Ranges be thought to rival the sweep of Hadrian's Wall with its loughs and crags, or the hills and dales around the Cheviot? There is open public access to the ranges during the whole of the lambing season (15 April to 15 May) but few people take advantage of this. There are much greater attractions elsewhere in this lovely county, both inside and out of the national park.


Newcastle upon Tyne