Warkworth has been singled out as one of the most iconic cricket scenes in the UK.
The accolade has come in a book called "The Country's Most Iconic Cricket settings". The author, Brian Levison, travelled to grounds around the country.
The club sits in the shadow of Warkworth Castle, with views out to sea to the Coquet Estuary.
Despite its relatively small catchment area, the club has won the Northumberland League Premier Division 7 times and the Thomas Wilson Cup, a knockout competition, on 9 occasions, most recently in 2011.
Police searching for a missing 88-year-old woman from Amble, who suffers from dementia, say they have found a body.
Rosemarie O'Keefe was last seen on Wednesday afternoon after going out for walk towards Warkworth.
A body was found in the early hours of this morning in the Amble area.
No formal identification has been made yet.
Police say they are incredibly worried about the welfare of a missing 88-year-old woman who has dementia and has not been seen since Wednesday afternoon.
Rosemarie O’Keefe from Amble was last seen around 3:30pm on Wednesday (December 7th) walking on the A1068 Amble towards Warkworth.
The road is known as the river walk by local residents.
Rosemarie is white, of slim build and small in height.
She is likely to be wearing a red jacket, blue woollen hat and jeans.
Rosemarie may appear confused or disorientated.
Anyone who has seen her or knows where she might be is being urged to get in touch with the police as a matter of urgency.
A1068 closed due to flooding between Station Road and The Butts.
Affecting traffic between Alnwick and Ashington.