Subject: What to do in Great Northumberland this weekend 💛 ❤️

From painting exhibitions to garden birdwatches there's so much going on in Great Northumberland this weekend. If you are organising an event this winter
you can promote it for free on our website www.greatnorthumberland.co.uk
RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

Come along and help out on the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch and catalogue what birds turn up at the Wildlife hide. There will be check sheets and guide books at the hide all day and the Wallington wildlife ranger will be popping in and out throughout the day, so you definitely don't need to be an expert birdwatcher to help!
  • Venue: Wallington Hall, Cambo, near Morpeth, NE61 4AR
  • Date & Time: Sun 26 Jan, 11am to 3pm
Mark Jon Bolderson Percussion Foundation Drum Festival

A celebration of all things drumming with free performances and workshops throughout the day. The day will open with international touring jazz Drummer Martyn Kaine giving a demonstration and leading a jazz drumming Masterclass.

It will finish with a workshop and evening concert from award winning O Duo.
  • Venue: Queen's Hal Arts Centre, Beaumont St, Hexham, NE46 3LZ
  • Date & Time: Sat 25 Jan, 10am to 10pm
The Jamming Band

The constantly evolving and ever dynamic Jamming Band are guaranteed to entertain you at the Radio Rooms this weekend.

  • Venue: The Radio Rooms, 95 Main Street, Berwick, TD15 2AW
  • Date & Time: Sat 25 Jan, 6pm to 10pm

Helen Fay - Solo Exhibition at Alnwick Playhouse

Helen has been a full-time artist and printmaker since 1992. Currently based in Northumberland her wonderfully quirky and characterful etchings featuring dogs, penguins and a host of other animals have been exhibited in galleries and fairs across the UK and abroad.

  • Venue: Alnwick Playhouse, Bondgate Without, Alnwick, NE66 1PQ
  • Date & Time: Sat 25 Jan, 10am to 4pm

West Wing Scaffold Climbs at Seaton Delaval Hall

Not for the faint-hearted! Climb 36 feet (nearly 11 metres) up and get close to the restoration work taking place at Seaton Delaval Hall as part of the National Lottery Heritage Fund-supported Curtain Rises project.

  • Venue: Seaton Delaval Hall, The Avenue, Seaton Sluice, NE26 4QR
  • Date & Time: Sat 25 and Sun 26 Jan, 11.30am to 12noon

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