AWAY FROM IT ALL
These luxury converted buses, tucked away on a working Scottish farm, offer a holiday experience with a difference. Don’t believe us? Read on…
See renowned rock-n-roll musical, Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, at Sunderland Empire. Seen by over 22 million people worldwide, it’s tells the toe-tapping tale of how Holly changed the face of pop music forever.
Whisk your other half away for a spot of Valentine’s-inspired Afternoon Tea in the romantic surroundings of Crook Hall. Enjoy dainty sarnies, sweet treats, homemade scones and lots of sparkling wine.
WITH THE KIDS
Kids and teens can play with YouTube gaming sensations and life-size characters from best-selling video game, Minecraft, at Northumbria University Students’ Union on Saturday. Leave them to it while you shop?
Armed with simple props and a handkerchief, renowned children’s storyteller, Chris Bostock, arrives at Barnard Castle on Saturday to tell the story of a little possum and his starry adventures.
Make pasta the proper way at Wynyard Hall’s Pasta Making Class on Saturday. Knead up fresh dishes with your own bare hands before tucking in to a three-course meal. £50 per person, includes fizz and canapés on arrival.
Head to Fenwick’s Food Hall and take advantage of Ko Sai’s tasty ‘Dine in for Two’ deal. Choose your curry, sides and add your rice for just £15. But don’t hang about – the offer ends on Valentine’s Day.