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Heart of Hadrian's Wall

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With plenty of space for little ones to run, jump, climb, and crawl to their heart's content - Crackers is a popular destination for parents and their children, especially on a cold and wet day. With three separate play areas designed specifically for different ages, as...
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With 3 outdoor pools featuring a water slide and giant inflatables; a large sports hall which can be booked for activities such as badminton, basketball, and bowls; a fully equipped fitness suite; and a hall which can be booked out for parties, Haltwhistle Swimming & Leisure Centre is a...
Meadery and Tasting Room- Northumberland Honey Co
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Meadery and Tasting Room open Saturdays 11am-2pm Come sample Northumberland's answer to Champagne and learn how Sparkling mead is made. We also sell our delicious Local Honey, Honey Chocolates and Beeswax candles.
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Leisure Activities

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Glendale Pool is a self contained, indoor, heated swimming pool, available for private hire. L10m x W5m x D1.9m Water temp 31oC floats and toys available Family friendly all weather activity
Haltwhistle Walking Festival
Walking

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Haltwhistle Walking Festival. This twice yearly festival, held in the Spring & Autumn of each year, is organised by a group of enthusiastic local volunteers who want to share their love of the area with others. All walks are guided by trained leaders who aim to provide interesting routes...
Walking

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Haltwhistle Burn, winding its way down from the Roman Wall to the old stone houses of Town Foot, the wooded burn valley has a secret to unfold. Starting from the peaty soil of the wild moor land high above the town, the water of the burn runs...
Forts and Castles

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Featherstone Castle, now a private residence, stands just over two miles to the south of Haltwhistle. The oldest part of the castle still standing dates back to the 14th century is a tower built by Thomas de Featherstonehaugh in the 1320’s. The most recent additions date from the 19th...
Holy Cross Church, Haltwhistle
Heritage

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The Church of the Holy Cross is a very fine and original example of early 13th century architecture. Its importance lies in it being of one style, built in one period, and the restoration carried out by R J Johnson in 1870 shows sympathetic judgment. The plan of the...
Walking

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Haltwhistle Rings Walks Leaflets - Describing 22 walks in and around the historic parishes of Haltwhistle and the surrounding area. Available from Haltwhistle Partnership Office and various outlets in the town, price £6.50 (£9.50 including postage & packing).
Forts and Castles

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Bellister Castle close to the South Tyne stands on a partly man-made mount and was owned by Robert de Ros and his descendants from 1191 to 1295. There is a very old Sycamore tree in front of the west side of the castle which is known as the ‘Hanging...
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