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.
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