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Kirkley Hall Outdoor Activity Centre Entry for Up to Four (Up to 54% Off)

Up to four guests can access an assault course, enjoy four climbs up the rock cl...

£6
(was £12)
90- or 150-Minute Canoeing or Kayaking Experience with Option for All-Day Session at PaddleXperience (Up to 60% Off)

Enjoy canoeing or kayaking on the River Derwent or at Ellerton Lake with a 90 or...

£10
(was £25)
Entry to Lunch with Tony Bellew on 14 May at The Lancastrian Suite (Up to 40% Off)

Boxing enthusiasts can meet the WBC cruiserweight champion during a Sunday lunch...

£15
(was £25)
An Evening with Peter Beardsley: VIP Ticket with Food, Photo and Optional Signed Item, 28 April (Up to 42% Off)

Spend an evening with former Toon striker Peter Beardsley as he regales his time...

£29
(was £50)
7,500ft Tandem Skydive at at Skydive Academy

Jump out of a plane and reach terminal velocity during a 7,500ft tandem skydivin...

£135
(was £135)
Marti Pellow: Mysterious, Price Band A Ticket, 15-27 March (Up to 36% Off)

The Wet Wet Wet lead singer will revisit songs from a long career and promote hi...

£35
(was £55)
Virtual Reality Experience with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift at Virtual Reality Centre (28% Off)

Customers can enjoy 30 minutes of virtual reality headset experience with HTC Vi...

£21
(was £29)
Entry for One or Two to The Bowes Museum and Gardens (Up to 50% Off)

This year sees The Bowes Museum celebrate its 125th anniversary, offering one of...

£6
(was £10)

Mothers Day

Mothers day in Northumberland
Visit our mothers day page for gift ideas and things to do in the Northumberland area.

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Northumberland Cars

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News

Greggs bakery heir Colin Gregg jailed for abusing boys

Colin Gregg, 75, used his "wealth, privilege and social standing" as a "cloak of respectability".

Sunderland footballer Duncan Watmore in boat rescue

Duncan Watmore hauls passengers from the water after their boat is ripped in half.

Terminally ill son to take last bike trip with family

Jamie Hartley has incurable Juvenile Huntington's Disease and has months to live.

Travel firm to create Newcastle jobs

The Glasgow-based firm already employs more than 900 staff at its 69 sites.

RSPCA reports rise in animal cruelty claims but fall in convictions

The charity says it received more complaints in 2016, but the number of prosecutions fell.

Teenager to fulfil World Cup ambition

Northumberland's Sam Smith will fulfil his childhood ambition at 17 with England's Powerchair Football World Cup squad.



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