Matthew White Ridley (1842–1904)
Matthew White Ridley (1842–1904)
Matthew White Ridley (1842–1904)
Matthew White Ridley (1842–1904)
Matthew White Ridley (1842–1904)

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A bronze bust, which stood on a sandstone pedestal until it was stolen on 16th July, 2008.

Matthew White Ridley (1842–1904)



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incised in Roman letters on pedestal: MATTHEW WHITE / 1ST VISCOUNT RIDLEY / PRESENTED TO THE / RIDLEY PARK BY HIS SON / 1909


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Located at

Ridley Park, Blyth

NE24 3AZ

Located at the south entrance by Ridley Park Lodge.