LOVE THE WEEKEND

Say yes to tea for two, superfood power, market mooching and PJ parties...

AWAY FROM IT ALL

Erin’s Cottage is a sweet little find – a charming, recently-refurbished holiday hideaway for two. Find it just three miles south of historic Durham…

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TIME OUT

Dress up and go back in time at Crook Hall, Durham, on Saturday. The venue will be hosting a special 1920s-style Flappers Afternoon Tea event, where you’ll learn how to dance like a flapper and scoff scones while you’re at it. 

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Kick-back and enjoy a bit of ballet at The Station Cinema, Richmond, on Sunday. Bolshoi Ballet’s live adaptation of Romeo and Juliet promises tons of cinematic romance, drama and breathtaking choreography. 

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WITH THE KIDS

Nab the kids and head over to Harehope Quarry, Durham, to discover the beauty of the North Pennines after-dark. Wow at the night sky in real time with special software, before heading out to star-gaze in groups.

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Club Groovy are partying in their PJs at ARC Stockton this Saturday. Round up the little ones, pop on your onesie and join the gang for a bedtime boogie with a super sleepover theme. You’ll be shufflin’ in your slippers in no time!

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FOODIE

Stop by Fenwick’s Food Hall and take advantage of all the good-for-you products and deals on offer as part of its January Good Mood Food Event. Vegan, ‘free-from’, superfoods, plus guest demos and book signings… enjoy!

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Jesmond’s first Food Market of 2018 kicks off on Armstrong Bridge on Saturday. Pick up homemade nut butters, brownies, pies, puddings and more. No place for calorie-counting – just pure foodie enjoyment!

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