Newcastle Away Days within 30 minutes drive
Hexham Abbey
Morpeth – market town, park, river walks and rowing boats Chantry Bagpipe Museum (www.morpethbagpipemuseum.org.uk) Carlisle Park Click here for more details Sufferagette Emily Davison’s Grave at St Mary the Virgin Church. Click here for more details Morpeth Castle (now a B&B) Northumberlandia – approx 16 miles south of Amble and accessed via A1 + Blagdon Lane (www.northumberlandia.com) Northumberland Cheese Farm, Nr Blagdon  accessed via A1, then follow signs to Blagdon, turn right just past Blagdon Hall Gates, turn right onto Green Lane just past Horton Grange + follow the signs to Make Me Rich Farm Hexham – historic market town accessed via A1 and A69 Hexham Abbey - located in the centre of the historic town of Hexham, faith has been celebrated for more than 1,340 years in this beautiful Abbey. You will feel inspired by the sense of heritage, worship and community in this beautiful place and all are welcome. (hexham-abbey.org.uk) Market Square – Weekly markets held on Tuesday in this historic square located between the 15th Century Moot Hall and Hexham Abbey Hexham Old Gaol – visit the oldest purpose-built prison in England. Take a trip into the dungeon and peer through the gloom and imagine confinement in the dark awaiting trial in the nearby Moot Hall. This and much more awaits you!  (hexhamoldgaol.org.uk) Hexham Racecourse – the only racecourse in Northumberland, Hexham hosts 15 meetings per year from Spring to Autumn. (hexham-racecourse.co.uk) Coming soon - information on: Whitley Bay Tynemouth Cullercoats Segedunam Sunderland and more