HOW THE SALMONELLA CRISIS ENDED UP PAYING DIVIDENDS FOR ONE OF NORTHUMBERLAND'S TOP ATTRACTIONS

Whitehouse Farm Centre, near Morpeth, is one of the county's leading attractions and draws in more than 100,000 people every year

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