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Wallington,

borough (1990 pop. 10,828), Bergen co., NE N.J., on the Passaic River opposite Passaic; inc. 1895. Manufactures include paint, pens, medical equipment, and plastics.
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An exhibition based on the paintings of Caroline, Lady Trevelyan opens at the National Trust's Wallington property on Saturday.
League Secretary Don Wallington is enthused by the standard he has seen across the three divisions this season and believes the sport is growing.
| Wallington Hall by Flickr group member Michael Bailey NORTHUMBERLAND will be featured in a special Christmas episode of BBC's Countryfile this weekend.
Beck has created five metres of garlands of dried flowers picked from the National Trust's Wallington estatein Northumberland,where she is one of the gardening team.
During maintenance work this summer at Wallington Hall in Northumberland, staff found a time capsule behind a skirting board in the building.
Two people were helped from their cars and another had to be rescued by fire crews after three vehicles became submerged in two metres of water on Manor Road in Wallington at around 2.21pm.
OCT 18-19: Tuck into Northumbrian produce from more than 70 stalls at a food festival at Wallington Hall near Morpeth.
MARK OF RESPECT: From left to right Sean Ewart, 30 Owen Ewart-Wallington, nine, Billy Ewart-Wallington, 13, Charlie Ewart, eight and John Wallington, 47 with the flag
In the book, puritan writer Nehemiah Wallington described how Witchfinder General Matthew Hopkins found "a coven of witches" and 19 women were hanged.
Puritan writer Nehemiah Wallington wrote passages on his attitudes to life, religion, the civil war as well as the witchcraft trials of the period.