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Spectacular discoveries were made which include three phases of settlement dating from the Neolithic, the Late Bronze Age and Dark Age periods.
The following account of findings there is reproduced (with grateful acknowledgment) from the website of Archaeological Research Services: “Neolithic hearths, storage pits and post holes were discovered across the site, and in two distinct clusters, containing large quantities of stone tools, pottery, charred wood and other plant remains.
On Saturday the Echo reported online how Ashbrooke Belford House FC had launched a shock bid to sign the forward, who was released from prison late last year after serving half of a five-year sentence for the rape of a 19-year-old woman in a hotel room in 2011.
The Sunderland-based club – who play seven leagues below the professional football pyramid – say the forward deserves “a second chance” to rebuild his career.
Milfield is situated about six miles north-west of Wooler on the A697, alongside the River Till, and it lies within the parish of Kirknewton.
It is the likely location of Maelmin, mentioned by Bede, and once the site of a royal residence for the kings of Bernicia.
It is close to the site of the mediaeval Battle of Homildon Hill and a World War II airfield training station; it was home to many generations of the Grey family of Milfield Hill, and it was the birthplace of the social reformer Josephine Butler.
The village stands at the foot of the Cheviot hills and at the edge of the fertile area of the Milfield plain.
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We don’t condone anything like that, but he’s a great player, and we are desperate for a centre forward.
“We would imagine there would be a big turn out at the ground if he played for us.”But Jean Hatchet, from London, who launched the petition says Evans should not be allowed to play for any football club, no matter what the size, in the future. The significance of his return to football, whilst still traumatising his victim by refusing to acknowledge his crime, outweighs the needs of your club for a striker.
After his arrest in 1990 police found photographs that Black had taken of himself: one showed him with a wine-bottle up his anus, another with a telephone-handset, yet another with a table leg.