Archive for July, 2013
Woodhorn near Ashington Northumberland plans thrills and fun for folks of all ages with its summer exhibitions. See everything from Pitman Painters, Daleks, Jedis and more at this impressive visitor attraction.
History and battle fans will be pleased to learn that a special re-eneactment will take place next month. Important parts of the Battle of Flodden, which took place in 1513, will be played out at Etal village, near the battlefield site, on August 3 and 4. They will be the first ever re-enactment scenes from the battle that changed the course of British and European history.
Explore the great national park in Northumberland during this year’s National Parks’ Week! There is lots to do, including Walltown Discovery Adventures. See some stunning countryside, work to get fit and enjoy yourself during this special week, July 29 to August 4, 2013 in Northumberland.
Organisations in Northumberland have revealed more details about Northumberland’s Dark Skies park plan. They are putting together a bid to have a designated as an international preserve dark sky park for the quality of its starry skies by this Autumn. Find out more about this exciting new venture!
Cattle in the College Valley have been fitted with Global Positioning System (GPS) to track their movements and their way of living in the hills.
Wildlife in Northumberland and the surrounding areas explodes in the North of Britain when July arrives. Conservation officer Kevin O’Hara, who works for Northumberland Wildlife Trust, guides readers through the wildlife extravaganza which is ours to enjoy. Discover birds, otters, wild flowers and much more.