May 17, 2017 - Lorna
Did you know that Durham’s historic core, including its cathedral and castle, is built on a peninsula of the River Wear? This remarkable riverside has the potential to add to Durham’s already strong appeal providing space for activities, events, wildlife watching – and quiet reflection. We’re helping develop a framework which pulls together the efforts of the various stakeholders to create a really beautiful place for visitors and locals alike.
DCMS introduces £15m cultural regeneration fund as part of @getnorth2018 @attractionsmag https://t.co/0Lyjf6Msgy
Passionate about digital content design? Lovely job helping @NatForestCo develop their lovely brand. https://t.co/wHa2SOt5E2
Gorgeous mackerel sky from Blue Sail's #Sussex office this evening #workinglate https://t.co/B9HL4FJf3O
"each footstep leads to such different surprises, beauty and strangeness": walking 10,000 km round Britain's coast https://t.co/rWmWC4HxRR
Did you see our blogpost re the 10 Intriguing Visitor Attractions for summer 2017? https://t.co/i6tnNEamSs
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