Summer Concert of traditional music from Northumberland and beyond- Craster

Andy and Margaret have over 30 years experience of performing together. Individually they have won many traditional music competitions for solo playing and composition. Together, they have won numerous duet competitions. They are in constant demand as performers in concerts and festivals, and as tutors for workshops in UK and abroad.

 

Wednesday 2nd October 7.30-9pm Craster Memorial Hall

Reading St. Cuthbert’s Way: author Katharine Tiernan reads from her new novel ‘Cuthbert of Farne’

There will be an opportunity to meet local author Katherine Tiernan at a Meet the Author Event hosted by the Cheviot Centre Wooler at 10.30am on Friday 28th June. Katherine will be talking about her latest novel, Cuthbert Of The Farne described as the first mainstream historical novel about the North’s best loved saint; it offers a fresh perspective on the life and times of  St Cuthbert.

Summer Concerts of traditional music from Northumberland and beyond | Holy Island

Andy and Margaret have over 30 years experience of performing together. Individually they have won many traditional music competitions for solo playing and composition. Together, they have won numerous duet competitions. They are in constant demand as performers in concerts and festivals, and as tutors for workshops in UK and abroad.

Various dates and venues….

Thurs. 4th July – The Creighton Hall, Embleton 7.30pm

Wed. 10th July – The Pavilion, Bamburgh 7.30pm

Wed. 17th July – The Memorial Hall, Craster 7.30pm

Tues. 30th July – The Crossman Hall, Holy Island 7.30pm
(safe crossing 17.25 – 00.35)

Northumberland Pride 2019 1st June 2019

Northumberland Pride 2019

Northumberland’s 2nd LGBT+ event promoting visibility and equality for the LGBT+ community in Northumberland. The event will feature entertainment on the main stage ( local artists and chart topping artists), a health and well being zone, family and youth zone, market stalls, street food area, bar and much more…..

Bank Holiday Markets at Etal Village Hall 11am until 3pm

Etal Village Hall

Food, crafts, gifts for all on both May Bank Holidays and August Bank Holiday Monday. Treat yourself or a loved one!

 

Duddo Standing Stones

The Duddo Standing Stones are a circle of Bronze Age stones 4 miles south of the border with Scotland. In a truly stunning spot with views over the Cheviots. Well worth a visit, as they are only a 30 minute drive from the Estate Office holiday cottage near Belford.

Footsteps- Walking the Beauty of Northumberland

Footsteps- Walking the Beauty of Northumberland, offer guided walks throughout Northumberland.

They can “ ……guide you to the wilder side of the Northumberland Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty famed for its golden beaches, rocky coves and magnificent coastal castles. We go deep into the hidden valleys and to the summits of the Cheviot Hills in the Northumberland National Park. There is plenty of great walking country in between the coast and the hills and on a Footsteps walk you will discover some of those places too.”

Bamburgh Castle Golf Club

Bamburgh Castle Golf Club is often quoted as one of the most scenic golf courses in Britain and with views of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, the Cheviots and of course Bamburgh Castle, the course is one of the truest links experiences to be had in England.
This is a must-play golf course – join us and enjoy unforgettable golfing experiences.

 

VISIT BRITAIN’S MOST HAUNTED HISTORIC CASTLE

Chillingham Castle is a 13th century, Grade 1 Star-listed stronghold in Northumberland, famed for action and battles. With its fine rooms, gardens, lakes, fountains and tea rooms, the castle has an extraordinary ownership bloodline which runs back to the 1200s.
Enjoy an evening of real Ghost Hunting at Chillingham Castle which is only 6.4 miles from us here in Middleton. Take part in an investigation exploring the supernatural activity at one of the most haunted castles in the country.
Explore dark spine chilling rooms, passages and stairways to uncover the spooky mysteries and ghostly activity at this ancient castle. Test your nerve by spending time in the infamous Edward I room; venture into the Torture Chamber or try to find Lady Grey… if you dare!
There’s no better place too enjoy a hands on supernatural experience.

Recent guests staying at our Estate Office holiday accommodation described Chillingham castle as the best castle they have ever visited.