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Emma and friends walking St Oswalds Way Northumberland

WALKING ST OSWALD’S WAY

WALKING ST OSWALD’S WAY St Oswald’s Way is a long-distance walking route, exploring some of the finest landscapes and fascinating history of Northumberland. The route links some of the places associated with St. Oswald, the King of Northumbria in the early 7th Century, who played a major part in bringing Christianity to his people. From Holy Island

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Stunning Northumberland countryside, the perfect romantic getaway

NORTHUMBERLAND – ONE OF THE UK’S MOST ROMANTIC GETAWAYS

“This English County is so far north, it’s often overlooked. All the better for those who do make it here, who achieve the smugness of exploring heart-stoppingly beautiful landscapes without the crowds. Of course, everyone knows Hadrian’s Wall and Bamburgh, but Northumberland has still retained its raw beauty and old-school appeal.”  Condé Nast Traveller has named

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WINTER WALKS

WINTER WALKS January is a great time to reflect on the past year, making new plans and goals for the year ahead, so wrap up warm and head out into the fresh air. Walking with friends & family or a man’s best friend is a sure way to improve your mood and lift the winter

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HIBERNATE IN NORTHUMBERLAND THIS WINTER

HIBERNATE IN NORTHUMBERLAND THIS WINTER Christmas jumpers and woolly hats at the ready, imagine this for a perfect pre-Christmas evening in Northumberland: Fairy lights twinkle along the cobbled streets at the fabulous local Christmas Market of Corbridge or Hexham while sipping on a warm mulled spiced wine and watching the world, followed by heading back to your own rural retreat cottage

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THE ‘LAST HIDDEN KINGDOM’ – NORTHUMBERLAND

THE ‘LAST HIDDEN KINGDOM’ – NORTHUMBERLAND Northumberland is England’s northernmost county on the England-Scotland border. The area is famous for its old castles, small villages, and peaceful rural living.   The landscape is ancient, including remains from the Stone Age, 7000 years ago at the Hadrian’s Roman Wall. As well as many medieval buildings that show the

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