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Whether you’re a local resident or a visitor to Northumberland, our award winning network of Tourist Information Centres with friendly, knowledgeable staff are ready to help. Get in touch today for up to date travel, accommodation and access information for all events. A warm welcome awaits you in Tourist Information Centres across the county: ? Alnwick ? Amble ? Bellingham ? Berwick-Upon-Tweed ? Corbridge ? Craster ? Haltwhistle ? Hexham ? Morpeth ? Seahouses ? Wooler

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Welcome to Northumberland’s Heritage Open Days 2013 Thursday 12th September – Sunday 15th September “Heritage Open Days has always been a huge success across the county and I am delighted to see it return. To be able to showcase the many fascinating buildings and architecture we have here in Northumberland, for free, is just fantastic. I would urge people to get involved in any capacity they can, be it participation, volunteering or visiting.”

Councillor Val Tyler, Policy Board Member for Community Infrastructure and Culture at Northumberland County Council.

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About this guide This is your guide to Heritage Open Days 2013. The aim of Heritage Open Days is to give visitors and residents the opportunity to see buildings which are not normally open to the public. It is also a chance to visit for free buildings which would normally charge an admission fee. We've done our best to give you a flavour of the many events happening all over the county but the information listed may be subject to change and some events require pre-booking.

Volunteer opportunities in Northumberland If you enjoy this year's Heritage Open Days why not consider getting involved with one of the groups who look after Northumberland's historic buildings and special landscapes? There are many groups looking to recruit new members and volunteers throughout the county. Please contact Dawn Watson dawn.watson01@northumberland.gov.uk for more details.

If you would like to receive this publication in large print, Braille, audio, or in another format or language please contact us. Telephone: 0845 600 6400 Type Talk: 18001 0845 600 6400 Email: ask@northumberland.gov.uk

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Please note: this guide includes all registered events at the time of going to press. To see a full list of events in your area, please visit www.heritageopendays.org.uk

Allendale Tea Time on Isaac's Tea Trail Event Type: Property opening/Tour St Mark's Church Hall Ninebanks, West Allendale NE47 8DB Saturday 14th: 2pm – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J Enjoy afternoon tea by donation at Ninebanks Church Hall, near the Isaac's Tea Trail footpath. This is a chance to discover hidden heritage in this fascinating corner of Northumberland. Short guided tour of St. Mark's Church and Isaac's Hearse House is available. To find out more visit: www.northumberlandlife.org/teatrail

Allendale Caravan Park – tour of Old Railway Station Event Type: Guided walk Allendale Caravan Park – tour of Old Railway Station Event Type: Guided walk Catton NE47 9QF Friday 13th, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th Suitable for children: Yes J Short walking tours of the railway remains on the terminal station on an old mineral line, taking lead from the Allen smelting mill out to the world. Please pre-book on tel: 01434 683362 or email: info@allendale-holidays.co.uk To find out more visit: www.allendale-holidays.co.uk/html/history

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Staward Station Open Afternoons Event Type: Property opening/Tour Langley-on-Tyne NE47 5NR Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th: 2pm – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes but must be supervised J Walk around a former Victorian railway station buildings and garden. Listen to some of the history and interesting facts of the station and view various photos from the past 160 years. Sample our refreshments. Please pre-book on 01434 683030 email deb@stayatthewaitingroom.co.uk To find out more visit: www.stayatthewaitingroom.co.uk

Alnwick Bailiffgate Museum Event Type: Property opening 14 Bailiffgate NE66 1LX Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: From age 3 J At Baliffgate Museum we aim to put heritage at the heart of the community. Our award winning independent museum celebrates the colourful history and rich heritage of Alnwick and the surrounding district through artifacts, films and interactive displays. To find out more visit: www.bailiffgatemuseum.co.uk

If These Stones Could Talk Event Type: Activity/Event Alnwick Town Centre Saturday 14th: 10am – 6pm Suitable for children: Yes J Living History day in and around Alnwick town centre with town trails, heritage buildings and their stories. Alnwick anecdotes with characters from the past, dramatic interpretations, music, children's workshops and competitions, traditional crafts, tasters and demonstrations. Ends with a meeting with Davison, printer and entrepreneur of Alnwick, at Bailiffgate Museum. Join us for cheese and wine 5-6pm and the launch of an exciting photography competition. To find out more visit: www.bailiffgatemuseum.co.uk

For full event details visit: www.northumberland.gov.uk/open


Ashington Guided Walks of Woodhorn's Colliery Buildings Event Type: Guided walk Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives QE11 Country Park NE63 9YF Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am, 1pm & 3pm Suitable for children: Yes but must be supervised J Take an informal guided walk around Woodhorn's historic colliery buildings. To find out more visit: www.experiencewoodhorn.com

The Big M at Woodhorn Event Type: Activity/Event Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives QE11 Country Park NE63 9YF Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Woodhorn is delighted to present The Big M, an incredible, inflatable mobile exhibition venue and cinema. In The Big M you can discover a stunning new film programme 'On the Precipice' curated by Kelly Richardson (Mariner 9) - which explores our relationship with contemporary landscape and the effect humans have had on the natural environment. To find out more visit: www.experiencewoodhorn.com

William Davison's Printing Shop Event Type: Activity/Event Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives QE11 Country Park NE63 9YF Thursday 12th - Sunday 15th: 10am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J Special exhibition about 19th Century Alnwick printmaker William Davison. The Northumberland Archives at Woodhorn house a remarkable collection of over 4,500 printer's proofs from Davison's printing shop, the highlights of which are showcased in this fascinating exhibition. As well as providing a unique glimpse into the social and economic life of Alnwick at the time, the proofs also vividly illustrate the development of more decorative advertising techniques. To find out more visit: www.experiencewoodhorn.com

For full event details visit: www.northumberland.gov.uk/open


Winding House Tours at Woodhorn Event Type: Walk/Tour Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives QE11 Country Park NE63 9YF Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 10am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes but must be supervised J Enter the last Victorian engine house in Northumberland and see some of the workings in action. Tours of the listed building will take place hourly on Saturday and Sunday - visit the Welcome Desk to book. To find out more visit: www.experiencewoodhorn.com

Bedlington St John's Parish Church, Bedlington Event type: Property opening NE22 7ED Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Appreciate the wonderful interior, with stained glass windows, marble and tiled chancel, carved pelican lectern and also a war memorial to the fallen of the parish in the First and Second World Wars. There will also be a craft and homemade jam stall and children's quiz and art competition. Tea & coffee with homemade scones. Email: eve.bain@gmail.com

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St Cuthbert's Church, Bedlington Event Type: Property opening Church Lane NE22 5EL Saturday 14th: 9.30am – 12.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J See our restored Memorial Chapel and colour of Tyneside Scottish 2nd Battalion. Attractive stained glass windows. We would be interested to hear from relatives of those named in our Enlistment Book with a view to drawing together information and some memorabilia to mark the centenary of WW1 in 2014.

Belford Ecological Self Build House Event Type: Property opening/Tour 1 West Back Lane NE70 7NR Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 12pm – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes but must be supervised J Self -build house under construction, using locally grown and milled timber, sheep's wool and wood-fibre board insulation, triple glazed windows and a sedum-planted roof. Passive solar and wood burning stove. Low energy and running costs. Re-use of brown-field site in rural location. Please book for groups of more than 8 people. Tel 01668 219247. To find out more visit: www.segalselfbuild.co.uk

Belford Hidden History Museum Event Type: Property opening/Tour The Reading Room 11 Market Place NE70 7QF Sunday 15th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children from age 4 J Fascinating stories from earlier times in our village, including the 7 suffragettes who marched from Edinburgh to London in 1913 and addressed the people of Belford at the Market Cross, men from the district who served in WW1 and film of the 1977 Silver Jubilee celebrations. Resources for family history, photographs, maps, artefacts, interactive screen, listening post, free quizzes for children and much more! To find out more visit: www.belfordhiddenhistory.co.uk

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Belford Hall Event Type: Property opening/Tour Belford NE70 7EY Friday 13th: 1pm – 4pm for pre-booked groups only, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes but some areas not advisable for children under age 7 J Grade I listed Georgian manor house by James Paine, extended in the Regency period by John Dobson, now divided into private apartments. Communal areas, wine cellar, servants' tunnel and gardens are open. Please pre-book for Friday or groups of over 12. Tel 01668 213576 or email jhharris@dircon.co.uk To find out more visit: www.belfordvillage.co.uk

Berwick-upon-Tweed Get Thee to a Nunnery! Event Type: Property opening 72 Ravensdowne TD15 1DQ Saturday 14th: 10am – 2pm, Sunday 15th: 12pm – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J A charming 18th Century house that was bequeathed to the local catholic church and between 1980 and 2010 was home to the local convent. Unfortunately many of the internal features have been lost, but the occupying family welcomes visitors into their home and garden. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

From Ditch to Bastion Event Type: Walk/Tour TD15 1LY Saturday 14th: 11.30am & 3.30pm Suitable for children from age 10 J Historian Jim Herbert takes you on a journey amongst the northern mediaeval defences of Berwick that actually saw some action in the Anglo-Scottish wars and bear witness to the changes in technology from the earliest ditch defence to the 16th century bastions. The tour takes in Spades Mire, Bell Tower and Lord's Mount. Follows on from the Berwick Castle tour. Meet at entrance to Berwick Holiday Camp. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

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Berwick Museum and Art Gallery Event Type: Property opening Berwick Barracks TD15 1DG Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Discover the sights and sounds of old Berwick, wonder at paintings, glass and oriental porcelain - part of the Burrell Collection. Peer into the cottage and local tavern, uncover Berwick's battles and see its weaponry and medieval art. Spinning demonstrations and guided tours of the Burrell Collection throughout the day. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

St Andrew's Church Event Type: Property opening Wallace Green TD15 1EB Saturday 14th: 10am – 2pm Suitable for children: Yes J The foundation stone for this building in Wallace Green was laid in 1858 and the church opened in 1859. It replaced an earlier church in Golden Square which had proved too small for the United Presbyterian congregation. A second Church of Scotland came into being in 1879 with the amalgamation of the Low and High Meeting Houses. This became known as St Andrew's Church of Scotland which moved into a new building (now demolished) in Greenside Avenue in 1897. In December 1972 this congregation merged with that at Wallace Green. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

Berwick Arts and Crafts Fair Event Type: Activity/event Berwick Town Hall Marygate TD15 1BN Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Come and see traditional arts and crafts displays and stalls in the grandeur of the 18th Century Town Hall. There will be talks by local practitioners throughout the day. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

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The Tower Tour Event Type: Tour Ness Gate Pier Road Sunday 15th: 10am & 11.30am Suitable for children: Yes J 500 years in 500 yards! Discover the archaeology, history and secrets of Berwick's medieval walls on this short-distance guided tour overlooking the River Tweed. Includes entrance to Coxon's Tower and New Tower. Meet above the Ness Gate at Pier Road on the town walls overlooking the river. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

The Old Gaol Event Type: Property opening/Tour Wallace Green TD15 1ED Saturday 14th: Tours every half-hour from 10.30am – 1.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J The Town Council agreed in principle in 1836 to build a new gaol but plans were not approved until 1844. In 1878, the building ceased to operate as a gaol and was used as a Court House/Police Station until c.1890. Following alterations to the inside and the addition of a stable block, the building has been administrative offices for the council since 1982. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

Gunpowder Magazine Event Type: Property opening TD15 1JG Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J This purpose-built ammunition store was constructed in 1749 to provide safe storage of explosives required by the military garrison at the Barracks, a few hundred yards away. Among the interesting internal features are the original wooden racks, furnished with facsimile 18th Century gunpowder casks. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

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Main Guard Event Type: Property opening/Exhibition Palace Street TD15 1HN Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm, Sunday 15th: 11am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J The Main Guard was built in 1743, dismantled in 1815 and rebuilt in its present position near Palace Green. There are two main rooms in the building, one for the officer of the guard and the other for the soldiers, with a prison cell or 'black hole' where drunks and vagrants could be locked up in between. It contains two exhibitions, The Story of a Border Garrison Town and an exhibition marking the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

Holy Trinity Church Event Type: Property opening Wallace Green TD15 1ED Saturday 14th: Open 10am – 4pm with tours on the hour 10am – 3pm Suitable for children: Yes J A very rare example of a church built during the Commonwealth period. Full of historical and architectural interest, it has no tower or steeple, reputedly at the express orders of Oliver Cromwell. In recent years a Millennium window has been installed and the organ has been restored. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

Berwick Castle Tour Event Type: Tour Railway Street TD15 1NF Saturday 14th : Tours at 9.30am & 1.30pm Suitable for children from age 10 J Probably built by the Scottish King David about 1124, the castle held his royal mint. Discover a forgotten Jacobean palace and find out if the railway really demolished the castle. Each tour is followed shortly by a further tour exploring Berwick's northern defences: From Ditch To Bastion. Meet on Railway Street at the top of Berwick railway station approach road. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

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Berwick Magistrates' Court Event Type: Property opening/Talk The Courthouse, 40 Church Street TD15 1DX Friday 13th: 10am – 1pm, 2pm – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Discover a place few would normally want to be in. The Magistrates' Court, finished in 1901, was the first public building by R. Burns Dick. There will be a presentation of crimes from different periods of time at 11am and 2.30pm. Linda Bankier from Berwick Record Office will give a talk at 2pm. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

Archaeology and Artichokes Event Type: Property opening Lions House Allotments Sunday 15th: Tours at 1pm, 2.30pm & 4pm Suitable for children from age 10 J Discover a forgotten 16th century fort and the original south wall of the Elizabethan defences, a bowling green, ropery and icehouses. Oh, and how you can become a budding archaeologist in your own back garden. Meet on the Elizabethan walls near the Gunpowder Magazine and Lions House. To find out more visit: www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

Berwick Masonic Hall Event Type: Property opening/Tour Church Street TD15 1ET Saturday 14th: 10am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J Built in 1872 by the town's St David's Masonic Lodge and still in their possession today, this is one of very few purpose built Masonic halls in the country and is an extremely rare example of Victorian Masonic architecture. Renowned for its beauty and one of the hidden treasures of Berwick, the Hall contains many fascinating examples of artefacts and documents concerning Freemasonry in the town which can be traced back to its origins in1643. To find out more visit: www.stdavids393.org.uk www.berwicktimelines.tumblr.com/hods

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Berwick's Food Heritage Trail Event Type: Walk/Tour Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children from age 9 J Use your smartphone and our QR code trail to access information about 34 sites throughout Berwick-upon-Tweed that are associated with the town's heritage. To find out more visit: www.mouthofthetweed.co.uk/qrfoodheritagetrail.html

R Boston & Sons Smokehouses Event Type: Property opening/Tour Old Smokehouses, Sandstell Road, Spittal TD15 1RE Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children from age 5 J This is an opportunity to see one of a range of three Grade II Listed smokehouses, part of Robert Boston's herring curing yard established in the 1840s. To find out more visit: www.mouthofthetweed.co.uk

The Story of Spittal Guided Walk Event Type: Guided walk Sunday 15th: 11.30am & 2pm Suitable for children from age 5 J A one hour long guided walk led by volunteers from Spittal Improvement Trust will take you through 900 years of the history of the village, from the founding of its medieval hospital to its Victorian heyday and the growth of a seaside resort. Meet at Carr Rock by the Lifeboat House. To find out more visit: www.spittalisgreat.co.uk

Spittal Fishing Shiel Event Type: Property opening Sandstell Road, Spittal TD15 1RE Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 10am – 3pm Suitable for children: Yes J This Grade II listed building was built in 1735 and will undergo a full external and internal restoration to turn it into a heritage museum depicting both the local salmon and herring fishing industries while preserving much of the Shiel. To find out more visit: www.spittalisgreat.co.uk or phone Mike Greener 0775 2403 409

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Blyth Blyth Battery Event Type: Property opening/Tour South Beach NE24 3PQ Friday 13th, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J One of the most complete batteries, containing both WWI and WWII buildings. Including one of the only remaining battery observation posts from WWI. Some military vehicles, George Formby imitator. Tours available. To find out more visit: www.blythbattery.org.uk

Heritage Coffee Morning Event Type: Activity/Event The Open Learning Centre The Blyth School, Chase Farm Drive NE24 4JP Thursday 12th: 10am – 12pm Suitable for children: Yes J There will be photographic displays and a DVD presentation showing scenes from Blyth. Artefacts will be displayed and there will be an opportunity to view the Bates Colliery banner. Free tea and coffee will be served.

Royal Northumberland Yacht Club Clubhouse and Light Vessel LV50 HY Tyne Open Days Event type: Property opening Royal Northumberland Yacht Club South Harbour Blyth NE24 3PB Thursday 12th & Friday 13th: 10am - 4pm An opportunity to see a timber light vessel, built in 1879, one of the last of her type. Come down the gang plank and explore below deck. One of 200 vessels listed on the National Historic Ships Record. Contact for more info: Mr Mike Wade 0792 2053209

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Illuminating the Lindisfarne Gospels Festival Event Type: Property opening/Tour/Activity St Cuthbert's Parish Church Plessey Road NE24 3BE Thursday 12th, Friday 13th & Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for accompanied children from age 4 J Church open with guides to show you round, including a facsimile of the beautiful and inspirational Lindisfarne Gospels. Presentations, banners and posters about Northumbrian saints, the Anglo-Saxon life and times of St Cuthbert and the making and history of the Lindisfarne Gospels. Try your hand at practical calligraphy, illuminating text and or colouring patterns in 'Eadfrith's Scriptorium'. Lots of activities for children on St Cuthbert’s Island. Refreshments in Cuddy’s Cafe. See demonstrations and listen to live music interludes. To find out more visit: www.blythchurches.co.uk

St Mary the Virgin, Horton Event Type: Property opening/Tour Horton Road NE24 4HH Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: No Victorian church dating from 1827. Built on Saxon foundations with a graveyard dating from that era. Leaflets explaining the history of the current church available to all visitors. To find out more visit: www.blythchurches.co.uk

Branxton Flodden Battlefield Walks Event Type: Guided walk The Flodden Monument TD12 4SN Thursday 12th & Sunday 15th: 2pm Suitable for children: Yes J Conducted walks over the Battle of Flodden Trail lead by local historian and Flodden researcher, Clive Hallam-Baker. This covers a two mile grass track across the hilly ground where the Battle took place in 1513. Meet at the Flodden Monument car park, just to the west of Branxton village. For more information contact Clive Hallam-Baker: tel: 01890 820501 email: clivehb@gmail.com To find out more visit: www.flodden.net

For full event details visit: www.northumberland.gov.uk/open


Coanwood Coanwood Friends Meeting House Event Type: Property opening Coanwood NE49 0PU Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 9am – 5pm, Sunday 15th meeting and picnic: 12.15pm Suitable for children: Yes J Early remote Quaker Meeting House constructed in 1760. The simple wooden benches inside are a rare survival of the historic Quaker layout. On Saturday the building will be open for visitors and on Sunday, the local Hexham Friends meeting will hold a meeting for worship, with a picnic afterwards to which all are welcome. The building will also be open in daylight hours on the Sunday and information about the building will be displayed. To find out more visit: www.hct.org.uk

Corbridge area Dilston Physic Garden – Medicinal Herb Garden Event Type: Open garden Dilston NE45 5QZ Sunday 15th: 12pm – 3pm, tours 1pm & 2pm Suitable for children: Yes J Discover a beautiful garden of over 800 medicinal plants labelled with what they can do. From tasting fresh herbal tea & herbal hobnobs to wandering the wild flower meadow, willow coppice and chamomile lawn to discovering the wind sculpture, tranquillity pool and sundial seat, this is an inspiring and magical garden to visit. Please park at Dilston Scout Camp, 200 yards on the left towards Hexham on the A695 and walk down the lane from there to the physic garden. To find out more visit: www.dilstonphysicgarden.com

For full event details visit: www.northumberland.gov.uk/open


Cramlington St Nicholas Church Event Type: Property opening Cramlington Village NE23 6QQ Friday 13th & Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm, Sunday 15th: 12pm – 4pm Suitable for children: No See the exciting changes that have happened over the last year at St Nicholas Church, along with photos of Cramlington through the ages. To find out more visit: www.cramlingtoncofe.org.uk

Edlingham Serpent's Column Walk Event Type: Guided Walk Edlingham Friday 13th: 10.30am Suitable for children: No A guided walk with David Barker. Includes Edlingham Castle and Viaduct, Lemmington Hall and Serpent's Column, Alauna Roman fort and the Combine Harvester graveyard! Bring a picnic lunch! This all day walk of approximately seven miles starts/finishes at St John's Church, Edlingham. For further information tel: 01670 515351. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

Hexham 18th Century Cooking in the North East Event Type: Talk Hexham Thursday 12th (evening) Suitable for children: No Fascinating talk by food historian Ivan Day. The event will be in Hexham. Final details of location and time will be confirmed nearer the time. Contact 01670 624524.

For full event details visit: www.northumberland.gov.uk/open


Forum Cinema Event Type: Property opening and tour Forum Cinema 8-9 Market Place NE46 1XF Saturday 14th: 11.30am – 4pm & Sunday 15th: 2pm – 4pm Suitable for children: No The 1937 purpose-built cinema now forms a 200 seat cinema. The projection room houses the 35mm projector and a brand new digital projector. Small tours and groups will be allowed to visit the projection room. Please pre-book via Hexham Tourist Information Centre on 01670 620450. To find out more visit: www.visithexham.net

Retracing Some Paths Event Type: Exhibition Forum Cinema 8-9 Market Place NE46 1XF Friday 13th: 5.45pm – 8.30pm Saturday 14th: 11am – 8.30pm, Sunday 15th: 1.30pm – 8.30pm Demonstration on Saturday 14th: 12pm – 2.15pm Suitable for children: under parental supervision J This exhibition is by the wood engraver, James Hall. James will be doing demonstrations of cutting and printing in Scott's Cafe between 12noon and 2pm on Saturday 14th September. To find out more visit: www.visithexham.net

House of Correction Guided Walk Event Type: Walk Hexham Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th: 2pm Suitable for children from age 10 J Guided walk through Hexham's historic tannery area en route to the House of Correction, where visitors will see the “prison-like” character of this two-storey remnant of a much larger institution. Meet outside the Abbey shop. To book tel: 01434 606034 or 01434 608277, email: richard410simons@btinternet.com or chris.venab@orpheusinternet.co.uk

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St Oswald's Way Circular Walk Event Type: Guided walk Wall village NE46 4EE Sunday 15th: 10am Suitable for children from age 10 J Starting in Wall village before climbing onto the nearby fells, this three and a half mile walk passes a section of Hadrian's Wall before descending back into the village. Discover some of the stories and historic sites of the area. Mainly on farmland footpaths and country lanes, moderate gradients with one lengthy climb. Meet by The Hadrian Hotel. To find out more please email: james.fell@northumberland.gov.uk

Kielder Kielder Observatory Event Type: Property opening/Tour Kielder Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th: 12pm – 4pm Tours 12.30pm & 2.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J Come and see our fantastic building with its breathtaking views, and use our solar telescope to stare safely at the sun, with its prominences and swirling sunspots. Expert astronomers on hand to help answer your questions and show you around, 3D movies of our Universe. Main site free to explore. Please pre-book for tours: email: sarah@kielderobservatory.org To find out more visit: www.kielderobservatory.org

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Morpeth area Northumberland's Lawless Lassie: Emily Wilding Davison Centenary Exhibition Event Type: Exhibition Butter Market Morpeth Town Hall, Morpeth Place NE61 1LZ Thursday 12th, Friday 13th & Saturday 14th: 10am – 4.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J Includes Emily's christening gown, suffragette postcards and prayer book. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.emilyinspires.co.uk

Low Light and Land Event Type: Exhibition Butter Market Morpeth Town Hall, Morpeth Place NE61 1LZ Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Photographic exhibition of Northumbrian landscapes by Darren Turner inspired by leading landscape photographers. Darren is a Northumberland based photographer and graphic designer and Associate Member of the Royal Photographic Society. For further information tel: 07789 991560. To find out more visit: www.darrenturnerphotography.com

Morpeth's Heritage Drop In Session and Exhibition Event Type: Exhibition Corn Exchange Morpeth Town Hall, Market Place NE61 1LZ Saturday 14th: 10am – 2pm Suitable for children: Yes J Emily Wilding Davison and Women of Morpeth exhibition. Share your memories of Morpeth's notable women and share your family memories of Morpeth's Cottage Hospital and the First World War to help us with next year's exhibitions. Refreshments available. For further information tel: 01670 513308. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk and www.northumbriana.org.uk/antiquarian%20society

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Past and Present: Newgate Street, Oldgate and Newmarket Event Type: Exhibition Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th Suitable for children: Yes J A photographic exhibition in shop windows showing how the town and its shops have changed over the years. For further information tel: 01670 513308. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk and www.northumbriana.org.uk/antiquarian%20society

Town Treasures! Event Type: Exhibition Mayor's Parlour and Council Chamber Town Hall Market Place NE61 1LZ Thursday 12th: 2pm – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J A chance to see Morpeth's magnificent collection of civic treasures, including the Medieval Town Hutch, cannon balls from the 1644 siege of Morpeth castle and the 1604 silver gilt mace, the oldest working mace in the country. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

St Andrew's Church, Bothal NE61 6SW Event Type: Property opening/Tour Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm Sunday 15th: tours 11am – 3.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J A beautiful church which has the finest collection of medieval stained glass in Northumberland. There will be local crafts available to view and buy. Music will be played occasionally. Guided tours of the grounds of nearby Bothal Castle available on Sunday. Excellent refreshments available on all four days. For further information tel: 01670 510793. To find out more visit: www.standrewsbothal.btck.co.uk

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The Church of St James the Great Event Type: Property opening/Exhibition Copper Chare Morpeth NE61 1BP Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th: 10am – 3pm Suitable for children: Yes J Flowers in suffragette colours to celebrate Emily Wilding Davison. Famous Women of Northumberland exhibition. For further information tel: 01670 515806. To find out more visit: www.parishofmorpeth.org.uk/stjames

The Church of St Mary the Virgin Event Type: Exhibition St Mary's Field Morpeth NE61 2QT Thursday 12th - Sunday 15th: 10am – 3pm Suitable for children: Yes J Exhibition about the stained glass windows including the glorious 14th Century Jesse window. Small exhibition on Emily Wilding Davison whose grave can be visited in the churchyard. For further information tel: 01670 503326. To find out more visit: www.parishofmorpeth.org.uk/stmary.htm

St Mary Magdelene Church, Mitford Event Type: Property opening NE61 3PZ Thursday 12th & Friday 13th: 2pm – 4pm Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Sunday 15th: 8am – 12pm & 4pm – 6pm (Please note there will be limited access on Saturday around 2pm due to a wedding). Suitable for children: Yes J The church is a beautiful Grade I listed building opposite the ruined remains of Mitford Castle. The church has what is thought to be the oldest church bell in the country. The building has disabled access – hearing loop. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.mitfordchurch.org

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St George's United Reformed Church: Spinning a Yarn Event Type: Property opening Bridge Street NE61 1PD Saturday 14th September: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J 10-3pm: Spinning demonstrations and live music throughout the day. For further information tel: 01670 517431. To find out more visit: www.urc-morpeth.org.uk

Longhirst Hall Open Day Event Type: Property opening/Tour Longhirst Morpeth NE61 3LL Thursday 12th: 11am – 3pm Suitable for children: Yes J A magnificent early 18th Century country house in beautifully landscaped grounds designed by John Dobson. Informal tours and talks by local historians Barry Mead, Neil Taylor and Andy Griffin. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.longhirst.co.uk

Tommy's Field: Allotments and the Community Event Type: Guided talk Tommy's Field NE61 1JT (opposite the entrance to St George's Hospital) Sunday 15th: 10am – 2pm Suitable for children: Yes J Find out more about the delights of “growing your own” and self-sufficiency when you meet some of the allotment holders. Activities, music, food and drinks. For further information tel: 01670 518025. To find out more visit: www.tommysfield.org.uk

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Magical Mystery Heritage Coach Tours Event Type: Coach tour Saturday 14th: 10.30am & 1pm Suitable for children: Yes J Two hour coach tour with local historian Barry Mead. Includes a stopover at Bothal. Discover how much heritage there is on your own doorstep. Starts/finishes at Morpeth bus station. Pre booking essential. For further information and to book please ring 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

Bothal Castle (grounds only) Event Type: Guided tour Bothal Village NE61 6SL Sunday 15th: 11am – 1pm & 1.30pm – 3.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J Informal guided tours with archaeologist Barry Mead of the grounds of one of Northumberland's hidden gems. Please note there is no access into the castle building itself. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

Bluebell Wood Ancient Woodland Event Type: Guided walk Friday 13th: 11am – 1pm Suitable for children: Yes J A guided walk with Alan Davison through this beautiful woodland. Ancient flora, archaeology, coal mining and the site of a former racecourse, fairground and much more. Walk starts/finishes in the layby opposite Tommy's Field, 150m east of the new Health Centre (A197). Approx two miles. For further information tel: 01670 519545. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

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Shortflatt/Harnham Walk Event Type: Guided walk Thursday 12th: 1pm Suitable for children: No A guided walk with David Barker. Includes a visit to Shortflatt Tower, “the best preserved manor house in the North”. Walk starts/finishes at Bolam Lake car park. Approx.4 miles. For further information tel: 01670 515351. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

The Clock Tower Event Type: Property opening Oldgate Morpeth NE61 1QF Saturday 14th: 2pm – 4.15pm Suitable for children: Yes J Built in the early 1600s and containing the oldest original peal of civic bells in the Britain. It was even once used as the town's lock up! Restricted access so pre booked guided tours (every 45 minutes) only. Pre booking essential. For further information and to book please ring 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

Clog Dancing Workshop Event Type: Activity St Robert's Church Hall (behind Collingwood House) Oldgate Morpeth NE61 1QF Thursday 12th: 5.30pm – 6.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J All ages and abilities will be made very welcome. Please bring flat hard soled shoes. Further details are available from Kim Bibby-Wilson, 01670 513308. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

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The Reid Family: 18th & 19th Century Northumbrian Pipemakers Event Type: Historical talk The Chantry Bridge Street Morpeth NE61 1PJ Saturday 14th: 3pm – 3.50pm Suitable for children: No Talk by Graham Wells of Sotheby's and part of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne bicentenary celebrations. Further information from Anne Moore 07736 865824. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

Dunstan's Dream Event Type: Activity The Chantry Bridge Street, Morpeth NE61 1PJ Saturday 14th: 4pm – 4.50pm Suitable for children: Yes J Leading digital composer Rachael Hales presents her digital soundscape based on the Anglo-Saxon legend, including recordings made at Morpeth’s ancient Spelvit Lane. Further information from Anne Moore 07736 865824. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

Northumbrian Exchanges Event Type: Activity The Chantry Bridge Street Morpeth NE61 1PJ Saturday 14th: 5pm – 6pm Suitable for children: Yes J Martyn Hudson describes Newcastle University’s ground breaking project on music and local identities in the rural community, with examples of local songs sung by Jonathon Lloyd. Further information from Anne Moore 07736 865824. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

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Emily Wilding Davison: A Suffragette's Family Album Event Type: Historical talk Morpeth Library, Gas House Lane NE61 1TA Thursday 12th: 7pm Suitable for children: Yes J A talk by Maureen Howes, local genealogist and author, on Emily and what really happened at the Epsom Derby in 1913. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.emilyinspires.co.uk

Joseph Crawhall the Third: Morpeth-born Artist and Member of the influential Glasgow School of Artists Event Type: Historical talk The Chantry, Bridge Street, Morpeth NE61 1PJ Friday 13th: 7.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J A talk by Dr Peter Quinn, Sunderland University to mark the centenary of the death of the artist. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

The Red Bull Banner – Lord Dacre, Lord of Morpeth, and the Flodden Campaign 1513 Event Type: Historical talk Ballroom, Morpeth Town Hall, Market Place, Morpeth NE61 1LZ Saturday 14th: 7.30pm Suitable for children: Yes J A talk by John Sadler in the Town Hall's historic ballroom and includes a display of the heraldic Dacre beasts commissioned by the Morpeth Gathering. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.morpeth-heritage.co.uk

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Woodhorn Matters – Mat Making Demonstrations Event Type: Exhibition/Demonstration Morpeth Methodist Church Howard Terrace Morpeth NE61 1HH Sunday 15th: 12pm – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Demonstration of traditional 'hooky' and 'proggy' mat making by the Woodhorn Matters. Plus a small exhibition of work completed by members of the group. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.morpethmeth.org

Belford Hookers Rag Rug Group Event Type: Exhibition/Demonstration Butter Market Morpeth Town Hall Morpeth Place NE61 1LZ Thursday 12th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Demonstration of traditional “hooky” and “proggy” mat making, plus a rug inspired by suffragette Emily Wilding Davison. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.emilyinspires.co.uk

Wallington Event Type: Property opening NE61 4AR Saturday 14th: 11am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Home to generations of the unconventional Trevelyan family, this is an impressive yet friendly house within an informal landscape of lawns, lakes, woodland, parkland, farmland and a beautiful walled garden. To find out more visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wallington

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Netherton Biddlestone RC Chapel Event Type: Property opening Biddlestone Village NE65 7DT Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: No Repaired and constructed by the Selby family of Biddlestone Hall, the chapel is furnished in mid-Victorian Gothic Revival manner, with a three-light east window containing stained glass which dates from 1862. To find out more visit: www.hct.org.uk

Newbiggin by the Sea Newbiggin Maritime Centre Event Type: Property opening Church Point NE64 6DB Thursday 12th: 10am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J This year the Newbiggin Maritime Centre comes to life for the Heritage Open Days with craft demonstrations, stalls, talks and an extra special cameo from the Mary Joicey herself. Come down and help us celebrate the rich history and heritage of Newbiggin by the Sea. To find out more visit: www.newbigginmaritimecentre.org.uk

Northumberland's Lawless Lassie: Emily Wilding Davison Travelling Display Event Type: Exhibition Newbiggin Library, Gibson Street Newbiggin by the Sea NE64 6UZ Friday 13th: 2pm - 5pm & Saturday 14th: 10am - 12pm Suitable for children: Yes J A small display including a free handout about Emily. Combine this with a visit to the nearby Newbiggin Maritime Centre. For further information tel: 01670 503866. To find out more visit: www.emilyinspires.co.uk

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Woodhorn Church Event Type: Property opening NE63 9YA Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 4pm The Friends of Woodhorn Church will be opening Woodhorn Church and there will be a concert in the church on Saturday evening at 7pm.

St Bartholomew's Church Event Type: Property opening NE64 6DR Thursday 12th, Friday 13th & Sunday 15th: 1pm – 4pm Saturday 14th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Beautiful church in dramatic location overlooking the North Sea. Church trails. To find out more visit: www.stbartholomewsnewbiggin.co.uk

Ponteland St Mary's Church, Ponteland Event Type: Property opening NE20 9NU Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th: 10am - 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J Church open, with a display of photos of old Ponteland. Services on Sunday at 8am, 10am and 6.30pm. Contact The Reverend Peter Barham: tel: 01661 822140. To find out more visit: www.pontelandstmary.co.uk

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Railway and Archive Film Screening Event Type: Film show St Mary's Church Hall Thornhill Road Ponteland NE20 9PZ Saturday 14th: 3pm & 7.30pm Suitable for children: No Railway films celebrating 150 years of the London Underground. Admission free, retiring collecting, doughnuts at the interval. Contact The Reverend Peter Barham: tel: 01661 822140. To find out more visit: www.pontelandstmary.co.uk

Holy Saviour Church, Milbourne Event Type: Property opening NE20 0EE Saturday 14th & Sun 15th: 10am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J Church open, with a display of photos linked to the Lindisfarne Gospels. Service on Sunday at 11.15am. Contact The Reverend Peter Barham: tel: 01661 822140. To find out more visit: www.pontelandstmary.co.uk

Rothbury St Oswald's Way Circular Walk Event Type: Guided walk Cow Haugh Car Park, Rothbury NE65 7RX Saturday 14th: 10am Suitable for children from age 10 J Enjoy a lovely four and a half mile walk led by Michael Mountney from Rothbury along St Oswald's Way in the direction of the Simonside Hills, returning via interesting old settlements down to the river's floodplain and riverbank. Mainly on country tracks and paths, moderate gradients. Meet at car park. To find out more please email: michael.mountney@stoswaldsway.com

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Cragside Event Type: Property opening NE65 7PX Saturday 14th: 10am – 5pm Suitable for children from age 3 J Cragside house was the first in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity – making it a wonder of the Victorian age. 2013 is Cragside’s 150th anniversary, to mark the occasion, our programme of events and activities will focus around the theme of Building Dreams. We want visitors to share in the pioneering vision of Lord and Lady Armstrong and their ambition when they first started to build this magnificent home ahead of its time. To find out more visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cragside

Seaton Delaval Masonic Hall, Seaton Delaval Event Type: Property opening Station Road NE25 0PT Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 10.15am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Discover the history of Freemasonry. A tour of the temple will include a display of the regalia worn by Freemasons and explanations of the various offices within the Lodge. Regalia from a selection of other orders within the masonic fraternity that meet in the hall also on display. To find out more visit: www.northumberlandmasons.org

New Hartley Memorial Hall Event Type: Exhibition St Michael's Avenue, New Hartley NE25 0RP Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: No Exhibition covering the January 1862 Hartley Colliery Hester Pit Disaster when 204 men and boys perished in what was then the biggest mining disaster in the world. This year also commemorates the 150th anniversary of this event and on display will be the especially commissioned Hartley Banners. New Memorial Pathway in the Memorial Gardens. To find out more visit: www.seatonvalley.org.uk

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Seaton Sluice Seaton Delaval Hall Event Type: Property opening The Avenue, Seaton Sluice NE26 4QR Saturday 14th : 11am – 5pm Last entry 4.15pm Suitable for children: Yes J A great house set in its own estate with lovely gardens and so much more. Built between 1719 and 1730 for Admiral George Delaval, it is among the finest works of its architect, Sir John Vanbrugh, one of the masters of English Baroque. To find out more visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/seaton-delaval-hall

Watch House Museum Event Type: Property opening 3 Rocky Island NE26 4RB Friday 13th, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 10am – 4pm Suitable for children: Yes J Grade II listed 1880 Volunteer Life Saving Company Muster room with integral observation tower. View our collection of rocket apparatus, historic photographs and interpretation panels. Spectacular views out over cliffs and sea. Screen shows architecture of the village over the last century. To find out more visit: www.seaton-sluice.co.uk

Stocksfield Cherryburn Event Type: Property opening Station Bank, Mickley Square NE43 7DD Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J Thomas Bewick (1753–1828), Northumberland's greatest artist, wood engraver and naturalist, was born in the cottage here. The nearby 19th Century farmhouse, the later home of the Bewick family, houses a recently refreshed exhibition on Bewick's life and work. To find out more visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cherryburn

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Wooler Homildon Hill Battlefield Community Project Event Type: Guided walk/Activity/Event Saturday 14th: Walk 2pm Community events throughout the day. Suitable for children from age 5 J Take part in a guided walk over the site of the Battle of Homildon Hill on the date of its 611th anniversary. The battle was fought on 14 September 1402. The walk will last approximately 1.30-2hrs. Community-based events and displays in Wooler. For more information contact Clive Hallam-Baker: tel: 01890 820501, email: clive@hallam-baker.com

Wylam George Stephenson's Birthplace Cottage Event Type: Property opening and exhibition NE41 8BP Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th: 11am – 5pm Suitable for children: Yes J The humble birthplace of railway pioneer George Stephenson located on the old Wylam Waggonway. Furnishings reflect the year of George’s birth, 1781, and a costumed guide tells the story of how challenging life was for mining families like his, who lived together in one tiny room. See a minature replica of early steam locomotive Puffing Billy, which hauled coal from Wylam Colliery to the River Tyne. Great place to visit by bike. To find out more visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/georgestephensonsbirthplace

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Alnwick

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Alnmouth Amble

Rothbury A1068

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Kielder Wallington Morpeth Bellingham

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Road Easy access from the A1/A1(M) and the A69. Rail For information about train times and fares contact National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484 950. Stations are located at Alnmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Corbridge, Cramlington, Hexham, Morpeth and Newcastle. Bus For information about bus times and fares contact Travel Line: 0871 200 2233.

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n Heritage Open Days is England's contribution to European

Heritage Days, taking place across 50 countries. Other events in the UK are Doors Open Days in Scotland (www.doorsopendays.org.uk); Open Doors Days in Wales (www.civictrustwales.org); European Heritage Days in Northern Ireland (www.ehsni.gov.uk); Open House London (www.open-city.org.uk). n Heritage Open Days is run locally by a large range of

organisations (including civic societies, heritage organisations, and local councils), community champions and thousands of volunteers. n On a national level, Heritage Open Days is co-ordinated and

promoted by the Heritage Open Days National Partnership. The Partnership brings together Europe's largest conservation and heritage charity in the form of the National Trust (www.nationaltrust.org.uk), the most extensive network of local community based heritage organisations through Civic Voice (www.civicvoice.org.uk) and expertise from the leading coalition of national voluntary heritage organisations in The Heritage Alliance (www.theheritagealliance.org.uk). The Heritage Open Days National Partnership

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Country shows Country shows continue to thrive in Northumberland, bringing communities together and supporting the rural economy. The demonstrations of traditional crafts and mixture of activities and stalls are also proving increasingly popular with visitors from outside the County. The County Show, held at Bywell in May every year, is one of the largest events in Northumberland, regularly attracting over 20,000 people. Shows run throughout the summer and well into September and October. August 26th Glendale Show ? www.glendaleshow.com August 31st Bellingham Show ? www.bellinghamshow.co.uk September 14th Ingram Show ? www.ingrambreamishvalley.co.uk September 21st Whalton Show ? www.whaltonvillage.co.uk September 28th Upper Redesdale Show ? www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk October 12th Alwinton Border Shepherds' Show ? www.alwintonshow.co.uk

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There are three great reasons to visit Berwick this autumn! ? The Food and Beer Festivals will showcase the best in local

produce from North Northumberland 6th – 8th September. ? Berwick's Film and Media Festival will once again turn the

town into a giant cinema 25th – 29th September. ? The Frontier music festival will bring the very best of indie,

rock, electronic and folk music to the town 10th – 13th October. To find out more, visit: www.bafests.com

This leaflet is just the start... There is much more information about these events including full access arrangements and facilities, up-to-date booking details and public transport options at: Website: northumberland.gov.uk/open twitter.com/EventsNE facebook.com/northumberlandevents

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