Northumberland like you’ve never seen it before!

Monday 28/10/2013
Northumberland like you’ve never seen it before!

Starting tonight at 8pm on ITV, Tales from Northumberland with Robson Green will be aired to the nation. Over eight episodes, Robson travels the length and breadth of our magical landscape by land, sea and air to see things he’s never seen before and discover a side of Northumberland that he never knew. The editorial quality of the programme is second to none. There is some visually stunning aerial and time lapse footage which shows Northumberland in a way you might not expect.

Tales from Northumberland

Dunstanburgh Castle is a short walk along the coast

Everything from The Farnes to Flodden, Berwick Rangers to Barter Books, dark skies to dialect poetry, shepherdesses to Seahouses ... these are the modern Tales from Northumberland.

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Published: Monday 28/10/2013

By Visit Northumberland

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Puffins on The Farne Islands
Farne Islands
NE68 7YT

The Farne Islands are possibly the most exciting seabird colony in England with unrivalled views of 23 species, including around 37,000 pairs of puffin.

It's also home to a large grey seal colony, with more than 1,000 pups born every autumn.

Historically, the islands have strong links with Celtic Christianity and St Cuthbert, who lived here in the 7th Century.

Catch a boat from Seahouses ( non National Trust) - additional charge applies

cosy fireplace
Barter Books
NE66 2NP

A great place for book lovers, with a large selection of paperbacks, hardbacks, collector's editions in a beautiful building (formerly Alnwick railway station).  The Station Buffet in the former waiting rooms serves coffee, drinks and homemade food, while filter coffee (with an honesty box) is available. Coal fires and comfy chairs allow you to browse your selection in comfort. like you’ve never seen it before!, news, local events, winners, Northumberland, official tourist informationNorthumberland like you’ve never seen it before! 10/28/201310/28/20132013 Visit Northumberland Northumberland Tourism Northumberland Tourism Northumberland Tourism Visit Northumberland

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