Places

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Scotland’s Blair Castle plays host to the FEI European Championships of Eventing from 10-13 September 2015

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Jade Mountain, St. Lucia, was formed on a volcanic eruption millions of years ago but it offers a rare type of tranquillity

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On 6 June 1944, Winston Churchill announced the landings in France – news of the biggest invasion and largest military campaign the world had seen thus far

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Randomly stick a pin into a map of the England and chances are you will hit on somewhere, or something of interest. Our little Island nation is steeped in history and choc-full of treasures. Here are 10 hidden gems from our personal favourites list.

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AniMotion show at Durham Cathedral

Thursday, March 20, 2014

The AniMotion Show is set to transform Durham Cathedral Cloisters on Easter Monday 8.30 pm, Easter Monday the 21st of April 2014.

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Adam Jennison the man behind myHessle.com explains why the East Yorkshire town means so much to him

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How Thirsk is trading its way to success

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Retail is the life’s blood of Yorkshire’s traditional market towns. Many have been keeping their customers satisfied for centuries, but not all have found it easy to negotiate the incursion of online and out-of-town shopping.

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Apprenticeship schemes are crucial to the future of moorland farming as Terry Fletcher discovers

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Dubai is ambitious, with a long list of world first’s - the tallest building in the world, biggest shopping mall, tallest hotel, fastest police car... the list goes on. It’s the glitzy gulf state that’s gone from default to display.

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Why have one good reason to visit this lovely North Yorkshire market town when you can have five? 
Jo Haywood reports

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Holiday Destination - Disneyland Paris

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Tony Greenway and his family took off for the enchanted kingdom of Disneyland Paris. Was it a little bit Mickey Mouse and too Goofy for words?

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You’ll fall in love with the Loire. Visit the garden of France for vin, vélo and châteaux

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There is much to see and do in this smart North Yorkshire town as Terry Fletcher reports

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If you think Snowdonia is packed with people think again. Sue Riley combined the charm of Llandudno with a walk in the wilds

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Priory Art

Friday, August 23, 2013

Priory Art is the place to find all types of modern fine art.

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Head north and refuel in County Durham, at the Morritt Country House Hotel and Garage spa

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There’s a new challenger for the title of sporting capital of the North East. And it’s not where you might think, says Chris Titley

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Hexham offers many attractions to many people but for one group of visitors, its deep religious foundations are reason enough to stop and pray a while. Andrew Smith follows in the footsteps of the saints.

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To herald the return of the Lindisfarne Gospels to the North East, two men have retraced St Cuthbert’s final journey, as Helen Johnson reports

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Sunderland - a city comes of age

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Celebrations are underway to mark one of the North East’s biggest birthdays. Chris Titley joins the party.

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