County Durham is full of rich heritage and beautiful countryside. The beautiful city of Durham is the focal point of the county and has some of the most amazing architecture in the country!
The Durham Heritage Coast is a coastal path that stretches from Seaham to Crimdon. The path is 11 miles long weaving in and out of the clifftops and countryside that stretched along the coastline.(Click here to read more)
During this second national lockdown in England, a lot of restaurants are offering takeout, collection and/or delivery services. I have done the legwork and found a full list of places in Seaham who are doing this! (Click here to read more)
Raby castle is an absolutely spectacular medieval castle in County Durham. It was built sometime during the 1300s and is a tremendous sight to behold. (Click here to read more)
Hamsterley Forest is the largest forest in County Durham, and takes a little less than an hour and a half to get there from Sunderland. This makes it an ideal spot for a weekend day out, or midweek since most people are furloughed right now! (Click here to read more)
If you live in the Northeast of England, then there is a very high chance that you have not only heard of Beamish, but have visited multiple times. Beamish museum is arguably the greatest asset we have in the Northeast. (Click here to read more)
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