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….…

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…..

Warkworth Show Spring Produce Stall 25th May 2019

Warkworth Show Spring Produce Stall in the village selling plants, garden produce, preserves and cakes.

Amble Puffin Festival 25th-27th May 2019

Amble Puffin Festival celebrates everything Puffin! Fun and activities in the Friendliest Port at the best time of year to see the Coquet Island puffins, as they prepare to take care of their newly hatched pufflings. The festival will include: craft fair, guided nature walks, bird watching, local history talks, arts and crafts, watersports and…

Medieval Camp at Alnwick Castle 25th-27th May 2019

Explore a band of merry peasants’ bustling medieval encampment and take the opportunity to handle artefacts of authentic origin. From leather work to chain mail making, weaving and spinning threads, arrow to basket making and woodcarving to calligraphy, there is something here for the whole family. Free with admission to the Alnwick Castle.  

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.

A Bird’s Eye View of Mill House Holidays Northumberland

Take a look at us from the skies at Mill House Holidays Northumberland- A Bird’s Eye View    

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…