Half-term wish list

12 Feb

With a teacher training day tomorrow, it’s feeling like half term already…. be great to hear what everyone’s got planned. Here’s a few things on my wish-list:

wpid-img_20150118_142315.jpgThe new Brick Planet exhibition at Woodhorn plus a whizz round the wonderful (free) museum and a ride on the mini railway. Woodhorn Museum




wpid-img_20150215_151850.jpgAfternoon tea at The Running Fox at Felton and a walk by the river. Heard great things about this place! Running Fox




IMG_20140607_154322My kids love exploring Belsay Hall and walking through the quarry to the castle. Belsay Hall





Laing Art GalleryFree inspiration and one of my favourite cafes. My four year old loves walking round choosing her favourite paintings. There’s a children’s room too. Laing Art Gallery


wpid-img_20141031_214925.jpgKirkley Hall Zoological GardensWhilst I love seeing the leaping Lemurs, don’t forget about the vast gardens too, beautiful to walk through. Kirkley Hall





Plessey WoodsFree muddy fun galore. Plessey Woods





Beamish: About time I took my kids to see the North’s number one visitor attraction and Francis Street where their great-gran was born Beamish


druridge Walk on the beach and shell collecting at Cresswell and a hot chocolate in The Drift Cafe



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