Northumberland Fell Runners Border Trail Race
The first of the Glen and Jack McWilliams’ Border Trail Race Series 2018 took place on Sunday 11 March 2018.
This was a simple point-to-point race, with around 112 runners being transported by coach from Wooler Bus Station to the start location at Ingram.
Winter hike in the Breamish Valley
Wrap up warm.
Prepare a flask of soup.
Put on your layers.
Strap on your boots
Enjoy the Breamish Valley in winter
Hiking the Sandstone Way from Ingram
The Sandstone Way is a 120 miles / 192km mountain biking route between Berwick upon Tweed and Hexham along the Sandstone Ridge in North Northumberland. It links numerous sandstone features, crags and outcrops. The route takes you through an amazing, ever-changing landscape that is rich in history, geology and iconic scenery. And…it passes through Ingram in the Breamish Valley.
Ingram Show and Sports 2016
A big WELL DONE to the Ingram Show 2016 organising committee and to everyone who made yesterday’s village show in Ingram such a success!
The weather was superb – with sunshine and a light, warm September breeze. And the various classes, shows and entertainments on offer drew a large crowd over the course of the day. Once again, the people of Breamish Valley showed just how ell they can pull together to organise and present a high quality event that included:
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Birds are Brill in the Breamish Valley
Wednesday 24 August 2016
10:30am – 3:00pm
Valley Cottage Café, Ingram NE66 4LT
Drop in sessions throughout the day
Activities cost between £2.50 and £5 per child.; payable on the day
Family fun day in the Breamish Valley
Come and find out more about our feathered friends in the Northumberland National Park
Make your own binoculars, or better still bring the ones you made at the museum and go for a wander along our woodland walk and see what birds and other wildlife you can spot. Also make your own bird box and other birdie art/craft activities
This event is part of the Bailiffgate Wild programme ‘Wild features’, a selection of the wild creatures of all sizes which make their homes around us in the Northumberland countryside.