- Howick, Northumberland
Howick (pronounced not, as commonly believed, like Hawick- 'Hoick' - but as HO-wick) is a village in
Northumberland, between Boulmerand Craster. It is just inland from the North Sea, into which Howick burn flows, from Howick Hall.
Howick Hall was the seat of the Prime Minister
Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, after whom the famous tea is named. The original Earl Grey teawas specially blended by a Chinese mandarin to suit the water at Howick, and was later marketed by Twinings. "Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum" are open to the public.
* [http://www.howickhallgardens.org.uk Howick Hall Gardens site]
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