Northumberlandia (England) Reviews
Description:Address: 1 Blagdon Ln / Cramlington / Northumberland NE23 8AU / United Kingdom
Newest Review: ... away if you need to. I've never seen the coffee cart or ice cream van, and don't know where the garden centre is, but there is a services as you come of the A1 :) The website says that in August a visitors centre, with toilets and a cafe will be opened. I didn't see any sign of it being built, but then some places go up quickly :) You enter Northumberlandia via a small wood, there is only ... more
Customer Northumberlandia (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/07/13 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Northumberlandia is Europe's largest land form, and is a giant lady, in Northumberland. To be honest Dooyoo's photo doesn't really do her justice :) She is part of a park on land owned in partnership by the Land Trust and is still under development (not to the lady but to extras). She was officially opened on September 3 2012 by the Princess Royal, but wasn't available to visit full time by the general public until October. She took 1.5 million tonnes of rock, clay and soil to build and is 7 and a half times the size of a football pitch, she has 3 lakes. She was designed by Charles Jencks, working in partnership with the Blagdon estate, Banks Group, Land Trust and ... Read the complete review
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