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English Heritage Welcomes Back Visitors To Historic Properties Across Hadrian’s Wall
Following a time of closure during the Covid-19 lockdown, English Heritage has opened up its sites along Hadrian’s Wall. The charity which manages 20 properties along the Wall from museums, mile castles and a castle closed all its staffed sites in March. These are now being slowly re-opened. New measures...
Forum Means Business as Net Walking Event Helps Charity
Businesses and volunteers socially distanced themselves and “net walked” along the North Tyneside coastline to raise much-needed funds for a nautical charity. Members of the Northumbria Unit of the Maritime Volunteer Service (MVS) took part in their annual sponsored “Pier to Pier” walk which this year went from St Mary’s...
Beamish, The Living Museum of the North, is today launching a fundraising appeal. The open air museum is a charity that relies on visitors for 95% of its income, including ticket sales and catering and retail purchases. The museum is due to reopen on 23rd July, however with no visitors since...
This Past Year's Lockdown Turns Into The Subject Of An Exhibition and A Book
The challenge of facing a year in lockdown for the North East LGBTQ+ community is to be the subject of an exhibition and a book.   Throughout 2020 Northern Pride had been running its Life in Lockdown campaign, gathering the stories shared by its community with thanks to the support of...
Remembering the forgotten heroes of World War 2
On 15 August 1945, in a live broadcast to the nation less than a month after taking up his new role, Prime Minister Clement Atlee declared the end of World War 2 with the words “The last of our enemies is laid low.” Seventy-five years later residents in Newcastle are...
Fun Activities Lined Up For The Summer Fest At Beamish Museum
Enjoy good old-fashioned fun at Beamish, The Living Museum of the North this summer with den building, ice cream making, teddy bear trail and traditional live music. There are fun-filled activities lined up every day during the local school holidays at the open-air museum for the Summer of Fun...
Culture Recovery Fund Supports Northumberland National Park With A £133k Grant
Northumberland National Park has been awarded a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage as part of the Here For Culture campaign by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The £132,800 grant will be used to provide additional resources as the COVID-19 Government Lockdown restrictions begin to ease and...
Big Band Brings Proms In The Park To Hardwick Hall Hotel
As part of its Outdoor Summer Sessions programme, Hardwick Hall Hotel, County Durham, is planning a Proms In the Park afternoon, featuring Musicians Unlimited Big Band on Sunday 6 September. The 20 piece orchestra formed in Hartlepool has been playing together for more than 30 years and will be performing...
Due to the H.M. Government plans to allow events, such as Newcastle Unleashed Comic-Con, to take place from 21st June 2021 means it is fantastic news for Unleashed Events and their geeky attendees.  In line with the recent announcement, Newcastle Unleashed Comic-Con is happening on the 18th July 2021 as...
Teeside University Academics Receive Prestigious National Teaching And Learning Award
Teesside University academics have achieved prestigious national recognition in the latest Advance HE Teaching Excellence Awards. The Sports Injury Clinic team, from the School of Health & Life Sciences, comprising Paul Chesterton (Associate Professor - Learning and Teaching), Gillian Naylor (Senior Lecturer), Deborah Harris (Sport and Exercise Clinics and Placement...

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