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  • proper noun A village in the Scottish Borders region, also known as Copshaw Holm, or Copshie in Scots.

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Examples

  • One of the early pioneers of the breed was Mr David Hall who sold blue-grey coloured suckled calves at Newcastleton Auction in the 19th Century.

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  • A decision by the Duke of Buccleuch, Britain's biggest private landowner, to lease 20 miles of fishing for the first time has forced them to put together a bid for the "association waters" in the villages of Canonbie, Langholm and Newcastleton.

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  • Both man and daughter - who were walking from Bewcastle to Newcastleton - were not suitably dressed for snowy and foggy conditions.

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  • Now that she lives beyond Newcastleton and has a job and a young family she finds it difficult to come regularly but will come when she can.

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  • Both man and daughter - who were walking from Bewcastle to Newcastleton - were not suitably dressed for snowy and foggy conditions.

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  • Now that she lives beyond Newcastleton and has a job and a young family she finds it difficult to come regularly but will come when she can.

    Whitehaven News headlines

  • The route passed through Longtown, Canonbie and Newcastleton on its way to the Scottish capital.

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  • The route passed through Longtown, Canonbie and Newcastleton on its way to the Scottish capital.

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  • The route passed through Longtown, Canonbie and Newcastleton on its way to the Scottish capital.

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  • Aileen, whose father Alex Laurie came from Newcastleton and also has ties with Langholm, founded the Wojtek Memorial Trust.

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