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Newton under Roseberry

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Newton under Roseberry

The village green at Newton under Roseberry with Roseberry Topping in the distance

Newton under Roseberry is a village in the borough of Redcar and Cleveland and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is on the A173, between Great Ayton and Guisborough and is close to the base of Roseberry Topping.

The village is situated near the edge of the North York Moors National Park, and also close to the border of Redcar and Cleveland with Middlesbrough and the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire.


  • In popular culture 1
  • Religion 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

In popular culture

A reference to Newton under Roseberry was featured in the folk-rock group America's "Hat Trick" from the Hat Trick album. The exact lyric stanza is:

And it's cold and it's wet
And you feel like you're part of all time


Anglo Saxon carving on St Oswald's

The Anglican church of St Oswald's[1] is a Grade II* listed building, with an Anglo-Saxon carving. [2]


  1. ^ A church near you retrieved 6 October 2013
  2. ^ English heritage retrieved 6 October 2013

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