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The website of the Northumberland National Park, within which many of the photographs on the northumberlandscapes website were taken.
Comprehensive visitor guide by Northumberland County Council, with sections on history, culture, activities, locations, etc.
This bi-monthly magazine features a blend of well-written articles about the magnificent Northumberland countryside, its towns and villages, the history and heritage of the area, wildlife, walks, leisure and sporting activities, gardening and book reviews. The hallmarks of ‘The Northumbrian’ are superb colour photography, carefully researched and entertainingly written features, and high quality printing.
Geoff Holland's growing website of dramatic walks in the high hills of Northumberland, with guides, articles, poetry and more.
This website is the celebration of rock carvings made by Neolithic and Early Bronze Age people in Northumberland, between 6000 and 3500 years ago. Over 1000 carved panels are known and most of them are still located in the countryside.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is the largest voluntary organization caring for wildlife in Northumberland.
The award winning resource for walks throughout Northumberland, Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.
The most comprehensive resource on the web for books on walking in Northumberland.
The website for scenic photos of Northumberland, established in June 2003 by Les and Jan Bell.
The walks on this website have all been done by Les and Jan Bell over the last few years in the pursuit of photography for their Northumberland Cam photos website (above).
Northumberland cottages on a working farm with amazing views.
‘Network’, includes practitioners in painting, drawing, illustration, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics,  photography, textiles, calligraphy, paper making, jewellery, graphic  design, bookbinding, glassmaking and installation pieces. It organizes ‘The Art Tour’ in June, July and November, when about 80 artists open their studios to the public, across Northumberland.
Bridges On The Tyne. A comprehensive guide to all the Tyne crossing points and ferries, past and present, including the South and North Tyne rivers.
Two delightful self-catering holiday cottages situated on an organic beef & sheep farm in the glorious Edlingham Valley between Alnwick & Rothbury.

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