Tag: Wallington Morpeth
Come to what will possibly be one of the best house parties in Northumberland this autumn! Wallington will host Teacups, Zebras and Dancing Kaisers, an event which will reveal the story of Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan and his wife Molly, and their six children.
Looking for a fun experience with younger kids. Then the play train at Wallington Morpeth should fit the bill. The new addition to the National Trust property gives youngsters a great big giant toy on which they can enjoy fantasy journeys and have great times.
Are you a fan of open air theatre and Shakespeare? If so, then you will want to head to Wallington Morpeth near Cambo on Sunday for an outdoor performance of Henry V. This is one of Shakespeare’s most patriotic plays and a favourite of many. You will be entranced by Illyria Theatre’s stirring and amusing version […]
Britain’s beloved Wallace and Gromit characters will star in a brand new film, made especially for the Queen’s Jubilee. The mini-production will be shown around the UK this summer, including at National Trust property Wallington, Cambo, in Northumberland.
After great success of the Roman invasion event at the National Trust’s Wallington last year, the event returns this year for the May Bank Holiday on May 6 and 7. There will be plenty of events in which kids can participate, walks and other activities.
Portraits of Susanna ‘Suky’ Trevelyan and Charlotte Walpole, the Countess of Dysart, are very similar, illustrating the woman in the same pose wearing white and gold satin dresses with cascading ringlets. No-one knows why they are so similar. They will be displayed together for the first time ever at National Trust property Wallington very soon.
The National Trust has launched a 50 Things To Do Before You’re 11¾ campaign to help kids get away from the TV and computer and instead become more active. The campaign gives under-12s (and anyone young at heart) a fantastic list of some of the pure and simple pleasures of the outdoors. They include everything from running around in the rain and bug hunting, to setting up a snail race, damming a stream, flying a kite and making a mud pie. To boost the campaign the National Trust will open properties for free on April 21 and 22, including Wallington, Cragside, and Gibside.
Staff and volunteers at the National Trust’s Wallington have set their hearts on creating Britain’s longest line of bunting for their summer celebrations and they need your help to do it! The project is part of one of many events and activities saluting a remarkable year – with the Diamond Jubilee and Olympic Games taking place in coming months.
Against a backdrop of challenging economic times and a lack of consumer confidence, the National Trust in the North East of England has received record numbers of visitors, welcoming more than 900,000 people to their pay for entry places between March 2011 and February 2012, a 12% rise on the previous year’s figures.
Enjoy an overview of the many Easter events and activities across the North East of England and the Scottish Borders. There are many events taking place, including Easter Egg hunts, nature and wildlife events, walks, talks, and craft activities. Museums, parks, activity providers and National Trust and English Heritage properties have scheduled a broad range of activities. Here is our selection for you to choose from, listed in order of date.
Nearly 700 runners took to mid-Northumberland’s roads for the Wallington Morpeth Half Marathon – shattering organisers already high expectations for the picturesque race.
Spring is the perfect time of year to venture outdoors, so a Mother’s Day gift with an emphasis on exploring and seeing new places will be especially welcome. Of course, it doesn’t all have to be outdoors – there are plenty of indoor activities too. Whatever your preference, here is our selection of places to see and things to do this Mother’s Day, March 18.
The Northumberland residents’ festival will take place on March 24 – 25, 2012. It will be titled Our People Our Places and will be the third such festival. The event allows people who live in Northumberland residents to experience for free or at a discount entry to many attractions across the county.