AWAY FROM IT ALL
18th century architecture and 21st century luxury combine at The Crofts at Cairngorm – a stone cottage stunner, built for 14 guests, in North East Scotland…
Enjoy an afternoon of pampering, shopping and socialising at The George Washington Hotel’s Handbags & High Tea event on Saturday. Scoff scones, buy raffle tickets and sip fizz in aid for Sunderland charity, Hope 4 Kids. Call (0191) 5347788 to book.
Fancy a tasty day out? Middlesbrough’s Everyone Easts festival has it all. The event will see local chefs show off their stuff and give kids and grown-ups a chance to sample street food, toe-tap to live music and get creative with crafty activities.
WITH THE KIDS
Kids are invited to The Alnwick Garden’s Crafty Cabin this weekend for a spot of wand and potion making, ahead of Halloween. A chance to get spooky and make some crafty, spellbinding treats.
Kids, teens and parents are promised fairytale fun and magic at Middlesbrough Theatre on Saturday night, when the Russian National Ballet presents The Nutcracker for one night only.
Get yourselves along to Wynyard Hall’s artisan Farmers’ Market on Sunday. Indulge in freshly-baked goods, show-stopping cakes and pastries and homemade jams, herbs and more. They’re always fun.
Witness a spicy stand off at Wylam Brewery. Its latest food battle event will see eight of the best Mexican street food-makers show off their stuff. Grab your tokens and go burrito mad. Tacos, nachos and fajitas also on offer!