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Otterburn,

village, Northumberland, N England. It was the scene of a victory (1388) of the Scots over the English. The engagement, in which Sir Henry Percy was taken captive, is the subject of the English ballad "Chevy Chase" and the Scots ballad "Otterburn."

Otterburn

a village in NE England, in central Northumberland: scene of a battle (1388) in which the Scots, led by the earl of Douglas, defeated the English, led by Hotspur
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Another bid classed as a major |development, an application for 26 holiday lodges on the Otterburn Hall Estate, was rejected.
Burton Race, who has worked with some of the world's top chefs in a career spanning over 30 years, said: "I have visited Otterburn many times as a guest and fallen in love with the castle, the people and the spectacular region.
Clr Otterburn, a former Chairman of Holme Valley Parish Council, said: "Building the site has been a real insight into the depth of musical and artistic talent within the Valley.
At the end of the day we've finished 13th overall at a place like Otterburn.
The last time in the Jim Clark I was beaten by Pentti (Arikkola) who produced these state- of-the-art Pirelli thermal tyres and drove away from everyone in the Otterburn stages which were covered in thick, thick ice.
Lake Victoria's President and CEO David Kalenuik explains: "We are sorry to see Otterburn release all their option agreements with us, but we understand their desire to get involved in more advanced projects.
An objection has also come from Otterburn Parish Council.
It was one of a number of properties for sale on the Otterburn Hall Estate.
Holme Valley Parish Council chairman Andrew Otterburn, who suggested the idea, said the group would build on the area's reputation for arts and music.
On May 20, 2011 Otterburn completed its due diligence investigation of the title and environmental condition of the Properties to its satisfaction, paid the initial cash payment of US$412,423 and completed the issuance of 2,200,000 common shares to Lake Victoria.
Of much more significance at Otterburn Castle Country house hotel are his achievements in the kitchen, signified by two Michelin stars earned at four different establishments, including his own L'Ortolan in Berkshire and the John Burton-Race Restaurant at hotel The Landmark London.
Four-star Otterburn Hall Hotel shut in August 2012 to the surprise of villagers, leaving around 30 staff out of work and a string of weddings cancelled.