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Sunday 02 Jun 2024

Nature Watercolour Painting

10:00 AM
Join artist Gillian Cross, as she leads an inspiring spring-time watercolour painting session.
Markets

Haltwhistle Market Day

Haltwhistle no longer holds a weekly market, however they do have the occasional street trader. If you are interested in street trading, please contact Neil Brown, Markets Manager, Northumberland: Email: [email protected] Telephone: 07909 688174
Tourist Information Centre

Wooler Tourist Information Centre

Wooler Tourist Information Centre serves North Northumberland and the Cheviot Hills. A wonderful area for walking and touring.
Tourist Information Centre

Haltwhistle Tourist Information Centre

Located in the heart of Hadrian's Wall Country, providing information on local heritage sites and the rest of Northumberland.
Historic sites

Seaton Delaval Hall

Baroque masterpiece with landscaped gardens and grounds designed by Castle Howard and Blenheim Palace architect, Sir John Vanbrugh.
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Historic sites

St Cuthberts Cross

Said to be the location where St Cuthbert agreed to become Bishop of Lindisfarne when petitioned by the king.
Tour Guides

Lundgren Tours

Award-winning, fun and informative guided coach and walking tour experiences in Northumberland including Harry Potter, Viking and Game of Thrones tours
Garden

Carlisle Park and William Turner Garden

The William Turner Garden, formal gardens and historic architectural remains. Riverside and woodland walks, aviary, tennis courts, bowling greens, paddling pool and boating.
Great Outdoors

Druridge Bay Country Park

Druridge Bay Country Park includes three miles of beautiful beach and sand dunes, as well as a 100 acre lake surrounded by woods and meadows. The variety in the landscape and pleasant coastal environment ensures you of an enjoyable visit.
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Markets

Greenhead Farmers Market

Known as “the friendly village market”, we run on the second Sunday of every month, all year round, at the village hall in Greenhead, from 10am to 2pm. Meet the producers of delicious local foods and local craftspeople, learn new recipes and find out what’s going on in the local area and even some of the local history, over cakes & fair-trade coffee/tea. Get there in the new community transport electric vehicle we call the GGaxy: phone 07399 993 979 to book.