What’s On Around Hexham & a Special Offer this September

Heathergate Boutique Holiday Park, Hexham, Northumberland

Welcome to What’s On in our area in September. This month we are running a special September Sizzler deal:

  • Free Site Fees for the remainder of 2020
  • £1,200 off site fees every year for 3 years (2021, 2022, 2023)!!
  • Our Autumn Leaves Welcome Gifts – Chimnea, BBQ & Outdoor Chairs!!

This exclusive offer is only for sales in September, so hurry! Fill in your details in the form on this page and you will also receive a brochure and a free e-book!

Back to What’s On…

We’ve searched through our usual attractions to discover what’s available for you to enjoy.  You’ll notice there are no theatres or venues included because they are not operating any programmes. Many places are open but check before you go.  Most are insisting on an online booking and will offer a time slot for your visit.

Our heartfelt plea these businesses need our support. However, please stay cautious and safe.  Better not to get Covid-19 than fight it. Hopefully, these brilliant organisations will survive to resume their role in making our area so rich with holiday experiences.

will also receive a brochure and a free e-book!

Kielder Observatory

The most significant thing they are doing is reducing events from a capacity of 41 to 16 for August to October this year, then 24 from November 2020 to February 2021, and then back to normal capacity from March 2021.


Kielder Water & Forest Park re-opening.

Car parks and some public toilets in Kielder Water & Forest Park are now open.


Northumberland Zoo

The number of visitors allowed on site will be restricted. They are only accepting online ticket bookings. Visitors will not be able to purchase admission tickets at the zoo.


Hexham Abbey is now open

Open daily 9am-4pm for worship, prayer, and visitors. The Refectory Cafe and Big Story exhibition are open daily, and the shop is open three days a week.


Visit Vindolanda Roman Fort and Museum and the Roman Army Museum.

From Friday 17th July both sites 7 days a week. Pre-booking will be required. Slots are now available for September.


Belsay Hall Castle and Gardens

Now open for you to visit. You now need to book your timed tickets in advance. They have introduced limits on visitor numbers to help keep everyone safe, and you won’t be able to visit without your online booking confirmation. If you are a Member, your ticket will be free, but you still need to book in advance.


Forces: Future Engineers at Locomotion Museum.

Be transported by highlights from the collection which tell compelling stories of the railways in Shildon and beyond.
From diminutive personal objects to giants of rail engineering.  Meet trailblazing engineers and ordinary people who made their ideas reality, as you uncover the story of Shildon’s role in the development of Britain’s railways.