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Holy Week and Easter are the climax of the Church’s liturgical year as we celebrate the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Agricultural Show -Enjoy a typical country show from the early 1900's, with livestock, craftsmen and women, agricultural machinery and thrilling demonstrations in the show ring.
Dig out your finest 50's fashion and rock and roll along to this fantastic festival of all things 50's. Enjoy amazing music, dancing, food, fairground and transport from the decade.
The Reformation in England was a time of immense upheaval for all aspects of religious life, from the dissolution of the monasteries to the white-washing of parish churches.
The North East Meccano Society will once again hold their annual exhibition at Beamish with construction sets dating from the early 1900s up to the present day.
A one day workshop making a traditional gypsy/frame basket, created from locally grown willow using simple weaving techniques.
A five-day celebration of the rich mining heritage of North East England. Join in the banner parades and enjoy performances by local brass bands.
Join stone mason, Kevin Forster to learn how to use masonry tools and the basic skills needed to carve a Celtic knot design in limestone.
Durham's heritage is celebrated each year in September, during the Heritage Open Days, when the doors to many of the City's fascinating builings and historical sites are specially opened to the public.
Participants open in Durham are: To be confirmed
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The Treasures of St Cuthbert, which include the conserved coffin of St Cuthbert, will be housed in the recently restored Great Kitchen, one of only two surviving monastic kitchens in England. The distinctive octagonal, vaulted ceiling will provide a...
From traditional pilgrimage sites such as Durham and Canterbury to the landscapes of Yorkshire, Ian Scott Massie seeks to portray what draws people to places of pilgrimage, reflecting the character and personality of these places through his artwork.
Toronto, Bishop Auckland
In the Summer of 2017, the town will burst into life once again with the return of Eleven Arches 'Kynren - an epic tale of England' - the show is set to be even bigger, better and brighter than before!
This 150 mile event is for vintage cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles registered before 1956. Beginning and finishing at Beamish, the run will follow a 150 mile route around County Durham and North Yorkshire.
This permanent exhibition uses objects from Museum of Archaeology, alongside objects from across Durham University and other regional museums to explore the last 10,000 years of Durham.
Who is the real Joséphine Bowes? With no diaries and just one letter written by her own fair hand we have so far had to view her via correspondence written by John and documented comments about her.