Tag: Northumberland best kept secrets
Sarah Hall is a PR consultant on Tyneside. She shares her love of the North East and a few secrets about places to stay, see and eat in the great North East of England! She lives in Whitley Bay.
Travel writer Dixe Wills has produced a number of books, including one called Tiny Campsites. His new one, Tiny Islands, comes out this month, May, and features Inner Farne. Find out more about Dixe and why he loves Northumberland and his favourite places. He couldn’t choose between coast and country and asked for “both, please”!
PR consultant and golf journalist Matthew Moore will soon be writing a golf feature on this website. This In the Know interview introduces Matthew to our readers. Here he shares some of his favourite places in Northumberland, including best places to visit, eat and walk.
Ian Waker, a tour guide based in the Scottish Borders, shares his love of that part of the world and Northumberland in this interview with www.thisisnorthumberland.com. He also reveals a few best kept secrets!
Bob Holmes, Captain of Eyemouth Golf Club, enjoys the peace and tranquillity of the Scottish Borders and Northumberland
Eyemouth Golf Club Captain Bob Holmes enjoys the splendour of some of Britain’s best hills when he visits the Cheviots and the Lammermuirs, and he always appreciates a visit to Lindisfarne. Here he shares some of
Dr Adrian Jannetta, Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and Chairman of Northumberland Astronomical Society
Dr Adrian Jannetta is chair of the Northumberland Astronomical Society. Here he reveals some of some of Northumberland’s best kept secrets, including beaches, where to rock pool, and historical places to explore and discover.
Writer Jon Tait wanted to be just like Jack Kerouac when he was young. He is achieving his own success by writing the recently published Northumberland: 40 Coastal and Country Walks, and has published poetry too. Jon lives near Carlisle but has Northumberland in his bones and makes lots of trips to the county. Discover his loves and favourite places.
Writer Rachel Cochrane, who runs Listen up North, talks about her favourite things in Northumberland and why she enjoys spending time in the county. She gives visitors and tourists some great ideas for places to visit and pubs and tea rooms to try, and shares some of Northumberland’s best kept secrets!
Melanie Iredale, Director of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, shares her love of the border town in which she works, as well as her passion for Northumberland, the North East, and the coastline all the way to Edinburgh. Read too highlights of this year’s Berwick Film Festival, set for Sept. 19 to 23.
Jane Hogan is the Business Development Manager at Taste North East and her role is to increase the profile of food and drink producers, sellers and hospitality businesses across the North East of England. She is also our latest In the Know interview, sharing insider tips and best kept secrets about Northumberland!
Linda Tuttiett is chief executive at Hadrian’s Wall Heritage. In our latest In the Know Interview she shares her love for Northumberland, her favourite places, and the importance of Hadrian’s Wall to the North’s history and future economy.
Deborah Tate, Woodhorn, reveals places she loves: Northumberland’s diversity, Drake Stone, Rothbury, Edlingham
Deborah Tate, Marketing Officer at Woodhorn, is the focus of our insider tips question and answer interview, and she shares her love of Northumberland, it’s history, and a few secret places too off the beaten trail that offer stunning views.
Sean Donkin of Lindisfarne Inns does Q&A: Northumberland, Bamburgh Castle Inn, Alnwick Castle, Rosyln Chapel, local food & more
Sean Donkin has worked in Northumberland for four years, but has been visiting the county for his whole life. He works in the Northumberland accommodation industry and, as our latest guest for In the Know, he shares some of the best kept secrets Northumberland.
In our latest In the Know interview we talk to Anna King, a landscape artist who lives in Peebleshire, the Scottish Borders. She highlights some of her favourite places in the Borders and says that her favourite thing about the Borders is the space that the place has to offer.
A Q&A interview with Kevin O’Hara of the Northumberland Wildlife Trust, who says he loves the wildness, space and tranquillity of Northumberland, as well as expansive beaches, local food and history of this place.
Writer Ann Cleeves is now a household name after creating DI Vera Stanhome. The series is now on ITV for the next four weeks and was filmed in Northumberland. Ann answers our In the Know interview and reveals her favourite places in Northumberland and why she loves local food.