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We recently spent a week in Northumbria.It was our first visit. Read on to find out more.
This is about the wonderful holiday me and my husband just had in Great Yarmouth. We were regulars there many years ago with the children, and we stayed on Seashore Holiday Park with the children. We have just been back but with out the children this time (I will not say why in this ...
Although it has only been in place since 1998, the Angel of the North has become a familiar landmark and an iconic symbol for the north-east of England. It is the best-known sculpture by British artist Antony Gormley (born 1950), and is one of the few pieces of British modern art to b...
We Brits are renowned worldwide for our eccentricities and for hanging on to ancient customs that have long since passed their sell-by date. One such is the ceremony of Dunting the Stone, which takes place from time to time at the small town of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea in Northumberland.
Barnard Castle is an attractive old town in the south-west of County Durham, surrounded by open moorland. The River Tees flows past the town and the castle ruins stand guard over the bridge that crosses the river.
Hadrian’s Wall is a remarkable relic of the Roman Empire, having been in place for nearly 1900 years. The size of the wall, which stretches for 73 miles across northern England, is amazing in itself, as are the remains of various forts and other structures along its length.
I rarely get the opportunity to visit the north-east, and often it is for a very brief period. This article highlights some of the best places to visit in the area if time is short.
What will you find at Beamish Living museum? Read on to find out and be prepared for a great day out. I have included as much as I remember but there is a lot more for everyone to go and discover. Have fun and remember to check out the gift shop at the end for mementos.
A place to visit when in North-East England, lots to see and do in a very picturesque surrounding. A great place for taking photos. I have so many lovely photos but unfortunately couldn't use them all.
this will tell you what castle eden dene is and how it was formed over the past 50,000 years
A wonderful surprise discovering Alnwick Gardens which I never expected to visit and I never knew that it existed. One would find inside different gardens such as the rose garden, ornamental garden, poison garden and the lovely tree house with a restaurant inside. The Grand Cascade hi...
A day out in Alnwick Northumbria visiting Alnwick Castle which was featured as Hogwarts in Harry Potter film. This also describes what to see and do in Alnwick Castle.
Walking and sightseeing in the pretty town of South Shields - the land of the Sand Dancer
Castles in Northumberland consist of stone ruins from abandoned buildings and carefully preserved residences, scattered against the backdrop of coastlines and countryside, making for a beautiful atmosphere to explore.
English Heritage: a source of great historic days out across the country of England, suitable for all ages from the young to the old. Explore and marvel in the legacy that history has left for us.
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