Saturday 21st June, 7.00pm
St Cuthbert Church, Beltingham, Northumberland
Long long ago, even before your grandmothers time and way farther back still, lived a young yew tree and as the centuries past it put down its roots and watched, standing witness to all life that passed beneath its branches. From ancient rituals to whispered hopes and dreams, all of its ancient being filled with stories.
Join us for a night of archaeology and storytelling with a short introduction from children from Haydon Bridge Shaftoe School. Archaeologist Paul Frodsham from the North Pennines AONB Partnership will give a presentation of archaeological history of the local area followed by Pat Renton’s first telling of her new story The Beltingham Yew.
£7 / £4 concessions / £2 children under 10 years
£16 for a family ticket (2 adults & 2 children)
free for all children we have worked with and concessionary price for their parents
online tickets available www.northpennines.org.uk