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Seahouses Festival

An event in June in Northumberland
Various Centres
Seahouses
Northumberland
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Since it began in 1999, this free weekend event has evolved from a small Sea Shanty festival into one of the most significant cultural celebrations in Northumberland, attracting many visitors. Located around Seahouses' bustling harbour with the natural amphitheatre of Harbour Hill as the focal point, the entertainment features a wide variety of music, art, film and drama alongside activities for all ages.

Community groups, artists and historians work with the local people throughout the year on a variety of projects and events which culminate in the festival weekend.

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More Events in Northumberland in October

Holistic Harmony Festival, Newbiggin Sports and Community Centre, Newbiggin By The Sea

Alwinton Border Shepherds Show, Alwinton

Northumberland Music Festival, Various locations

Hexham Abbey Festival, Hexham

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