Saturday, 26 May 2018

Eachwick Hall opens up its gardens

Tomorrow’s weather forecast looks promising, and what better way to make the most of the warm weather than a visit to Eachwick Hall, which is opening up its gardens tomorrow in aid of the British Red Cross. The gardens will be open from 2pm-5pm on Sunday 27thMay- entry is £4 for adults and free for children, and refreshments will be on offer. A great way to spend a sunny day, while raising money for a good cause as well.

Friday, 25 May 2018

Exciting events this half-term

There’s so much going on at The Sill to keep you busy this half term. Over the next week Northumberland National Park is holding a variety of events and activities, including storytelling, music and guided walks- make sure to book your tickets in advance online. Just some of the events coming up next week include-

  • Friday 25thMay- Gone Cuckoo- storytelling performance and music at The Sill
  • Sunday 27thMay- Dawn Chorus at Hareshaw Linn- easy guided walk and bird spotting
  • Monday 28thMay- Natural History of Hareshaw Linn- easy guided wildlife walk
  • Wednesday 30thMay- Wild Wednesday- safari on foot for all the family at Walltown
  • Friday 1stJune- Meet the Maker, Lindisfarne Mead- evening demonstration of cooking with mead and other local products including a delicious three course meal at The Sill

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Not long to go until the County Show

A reminder that the Northumberland County Show takes place this Bank Holiday Monday (28thMay). From 9am-6pm Bywell Hall will be packed full of fun for all ages, including cattle, horses, sheep and dogs, along with street food, art exhibitors, soft play and tractors. One of the highlights of the year in Northumberland, the County Show is always a great day. You can find out more about this year’s show, as well as how you can buy your E-ticket in advance online to beat the queues on the day, here-