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Newton-Under-Roseberry, TS9 6QT
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You can explore St Nicholas Church in our separate 'Guisborough Market Town' digital treasure trail.
This Grade-II listed building is believed to have been built in 1838 as a school, prior to becoming the village hall.
Illustration of Roseberry Topping in 1886, prior to the rockfall that changed the appearance of the summit in 1912. Photo credit: Peter Walker - WalkerICT.
The hill is believed to have been held in special regard by the Vikings, leading to its early name of 'Othenesberg'. The name changed successively to Othensberg, Ohenseberg, Ounsberry and Ouesberry before finally settling on Roseberry.
In 1826 a Bronze-age hoard (dated around 550 BC) was unearthed on Roseberry Topping which included axes, chisels, hammers, and knives. 14 objects were found, 5 of which are now lost. The remaining 9 pieces are on display in the Sheffield Museum. Photo: Replica onjects in the Dorman Museum.
The rockfall that caused the eastern-edge face to be exposed is often blamed on the Roseberry Ironstone Mine workings under the summit, however the more likely cause is heavy rain. Prior to the rockfall photos show that a great quantity of earth was piled up before it was likely eroded.
Trig (Trigonometrical) Points were once used to map the contours of the land. The metal shape on the top is referred to as a 'spider' and is used to mount a theodolite, an instrument for measuring angles between designated visible points.
Captain William Wilson gained special recognition by the East India Trading company when he successfully defended three heavily-laden British ships from attack by French frigates. He was promoted to Commodore before retiring to Ayton Hall in Great Ayton, enjoying 33 years as a country gentleman.
On the north slope of Roseberry Topping is a crag known as Roseberry Well. No water flows from the well today, but it was once a flowing spring that was believed to have healing power to soothe sore eyes.
A short walk to the south of this spot are the well-known bluebell fields that can be seen in the spring, towards the southern-side of Newton Woods. Look for another Huntee that explores these fields and Cliff Rigg quarry.
At 320 metres (1,049 feet) Roseberry Topping is considered by many geologists to be a mountain. There is no definitively recognised height for a mountain but National Geographic states that most geologists classify a mountain as a landform that rises at least 300 metres (1,000 feet).
The lychgate is in memory of Margaret Corney, the first lady Churchwarden in the Country. St Oswalds church dates back to the 12th century. The tower was added in 1901.
The sandstone carving incorporated into the southeast buttress depicts a dragon attacking a quadruped. Historians believe this stone dates back to Saxon times (410 to 1066). It was originally found in the nave indicating there may have been an earlier wooden church on this site.
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