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Lambing has started and although we have had some rain the weather is warm, and on the whole they are doing well. We have had plenty of twins and a few triplets. ...

Things to do this Summer:   Call the Midwife! Tours at Cragend Farm have started with unexpected new  information coming to light on the very first day, when Eileen Telfer and her daughter Justine, told the amazing story of her great-grandfather.   Joseph Gall, lived at ‘Craghead’ a small dwelling on the south side of the River Coquet opposite Cragend Farm. He worked for L ...

Cragend Farm Historic Tours are available to book now online or direct through us. Click on the link below to go directly to the Tour of Cragend Farm @historichuses page where there is an easy link to the booking system. They kick off in May 2022 we look forward to seeing you here. https://www.historichouses.org/house/cragend-farm/tours We have information about the far ...

Historic Tours 2022 Booking available for Historic Tours from May 2002 is now open via Historic Houses  website or direct via our contact page: https://www.historichouses.org/tours/upcoming-tours/?region=&q=cragend The dates are most Tuesdays and Wednesdays from May 7th 2022, subject to availability. Booking by appointment only. ...

We are members of The Historic Houses Organisation, where membership gives you the opportunity to visit private houses and castles where historic and listed buildings are located. AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE! Historic Houses are offering our guests a £5 discount on a new annual membership, whether as a Christmas or Birthday gift or to use yourself, when you quote our co ...

Historic Tours start this month Tours are to re-open after Pandemic shuts down one of  Lord Armstrong of Cragside's enduring heritage sites for the ‘renewables generation’ Despite having to close due to the Pandemic last year, Cragend Farm is pleased to be re-opening in May with Historic Tours of its Farm and buildings including the unique Hydraulic Listed Silo. As well as b ...

Well-loved Local Rothbury resident plants a dedication tree in April 2021.   Anthea Logan-Wood planted this Red oak tree on Sunday in the sunshine. She is a well known and loved Rothbury resident. As a child, she was evacuated to Cragend Farm during the Second World War, and her family stay is part of the history at Cragend Farm.  Her ties to Rothbury and Cragend Farm are stro ...

Booking in Advance It is important to plan ahead if you are wishing to travel to Northumberland this year, as all the Historic Houses and National Trust and English Heritage sites are open using a booking system due to the Pandemic. With this in mind, please make sure you book in advance if you wish to visit Cragside, Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Castle and gardens, Wallington, ...

Our Historic Tours are now available to book online.  As well as a walk around tour of the farm and its buildings, we will be able to have discussion on agricultural and engineering heritage. If you require information please use the link below or contact us by email or using our contact form.     https://www.tickettailor.com/events/cragendfarm/r/email ...

10 year Celebration of Cragend Farm renovations. We have put together a video powerpoint on youtube and our website and social media for people to see how the farm is coming along terms of renovation after 10 years. We hope you enjoy it. It shows then and now photographs of the areas around the farm. ...