|Haughton Le Skerne|
Haughton Le Skerne shown within County Durham
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Haughton-le-Skerne is a suburb of Darlington in the ceremonial county of County Durham, England. It is situated in the north east of Darlington. The suburb lies to the west of the River Skerne. At the centre of the village green, is the main road towards Darlington town centre going across the river, south of the church. There used to be a linen mill on the riverbank on the east side of the village. Part of the mill leat can still be seen today.
St Andrew's Church at the west end of the village green is the oldest church in Darlington, circa 1125. Some of the stones may have originated in a previous church on the same site.
Haughton-le-Skerne is now a large suburb of Darlington, with areas including Springfield and Whinfield.
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