• Mon. Jun 17th, 2024

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Northumberland publisher relaunches Tyne to Tweed visitor guide

Following a two-year hiatus, Offstone Publishing has launched the third edition of its Tyne to Tweed visitor guide, which promotes the very best of Northumberland, North Tyneside, Newcastle, and the surrounding areas 

Stocksfield-based Offstone Publishing has relaunched its Tyne to Tweed visitor guide after a two-year break in publishing due to the Covid pandemic. The third edition of the guide is available now across the region and its 220 pages are filled with days out for the whole family right across Northumberland, North Tyneside, Newcastle and the surrounding areas.

Previously published in 2019 and 2020 following Offstone’s successful acquisition of the Lakes & Cumbria Today publication – the best-selling visitor guide in the Lake District & Cumbria – the visitor guide is supported by businesses across each of the areas detailed as well as the National Trust and Tyne & Wear Metro.

The 2022 guide has been thoroughly researched and updated to reflect very best of the region and it contains gorgeous photography, informative features, and handy tips to help readers get the most out of their time – making it is an essential guide for anyone visiting the region as well as people lucky enough to call it home.

New content for 2022 includes details of the Hadrian’s Wall 1900th anniversary celebrations; a journey to the Farne Islands to uncover its profusion of wildlife; meeting Northumberland’s first dik-dik (it’s an antelope, in case you were wondering…); uncovering some of Northumberland’s most unusual sights; and chatting with one of Alnwick Garden’s poison gardeners about the weird, wonderful and downright scary plants in the collection. 

The guide also includes in-depth details about the best food and drink hotspots, fantastic independent shopping and interesting cultural locations as well as glorious nature and wondrous history. There’s also information on local transport, museums, family-friendly activities, walks in the Northumberland National Park, and lots more.

Easy to pack away in the car, carry in a backpack or tuck into a jacket pocket, the guide has been a source of information and inspiration for thousands of visitors to the North East since 2019. Print editions are available from outlets across the region, including newsagents, book shops, attractions, service stations and other retailers. Meanwhile, the digital version of the guide is a great option for those looking to plan a visit and keep a copy saved on their tablet or smartphone as a searchable reference. 

Tyne to Tweed is the definitive guide to the North East – from the River Tyne to the River Tweed and beyond – and is this summer’s must-have publication.

Find out more at www.tynetotweed.co.uk 

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