An excerpt from the book: Travels through History – North-East England There’s a lovely view of the Tyne Bridge and the Swing Bridge from The High Level Bridge with the Gateshead Millennium Bridge in the distance. The Queen Elizabeth II Metro Bridge is behind you. Two other bridges are further upstream – The King EdwardContinue reading “Newcastle. Quayside + Baltic Flour Mills + Sage Gateshead + Lit and Phil”
An idyllic few days in the West Country takes in the local tipple, lazy rivers and crafts stretching back to antiquity
Experience a burst of activity or just some scenic calm with these city-based trips, featuring a kayaking tour of Tyne bridges to yoga on a paddleboard.
Novelist Hayley Long always thought her home town, on the Suffolk coast, was a bit of a joke but now she’s proud of its gentle charm
The countryside is about to burst into life with fresh greens, yellows and blues replacing the muted tones of winter.
The UK’s Dark Skies Festival began on 13th February, offering stargazing in the best light – real dark. Our writer spies the heavens in North Yorkshire
Switch on the Christmas spirit at one of these illuminated spectacles taking place up and down the country this season
It’s time for the Romans and Vikings to make way for a new insurgency in the North Yorkshire jewel: a sparky, creative scene fuelled by innovative music, food and drink outlets
As Tate St Ives reopens with a £20m extension, six of Cornwall’s leading artists describe the spectacular and atmospheric landscapes that inspire them.
Cambridge’s food, drink, music and arts scenes are thriving, with an underground ethic energised more by town than gown