Enjoy the stunning Northumberland landscapes with a small group of fellow walkers. Share stories of Northumberland past and present. Meet November Club's Artistic Director, Joe Hufton and find out more about November Club’s plans for the future.

Walk in Your Shoes will start Thursday 22 July in Hexham and end on Sunday 15 August in Spittal. A range of walks are available via the St Oswalds Way, ranging from 3 to 12 miles and ending with light refreshments. 

Joe says: "I'm relatively new to Northumberland having just moved up here in lockdown, so this is the perfect opportunity for me to get out and explore Northumberland. I'm looking forward to meeting people in the communities we stop off at along the way, but would also encourage you to sign up and walk with me, I'd love some company!" 

There are nine walks to chose from, please select your preference on our form and fill out as much of the information as possible. We will then contact you with further information. 

Walks available along St Oswald's Way include: 

  • Hexham to Great Whittington - Thursday 22 July - Moderate walk
  • Great Whittington to Kirkwhelpington - Saturday 24 July - Moderate walk 
  • Rothbury to Thropton - Friday 30 July - Easy walk
  • Rothbury to Felton via Weldon Bridge - Saturday 31 July - Moderate walk 
  • Felton to Amble via Warkworth - Thursday 5 August - Moderate walk
  • Amble to Longhoughton via Alnmouth - Saturday 7 August - Moderate walk 
  • Seahouses to Bamburgh - Thursday 12 August - Moderate walk
  • Barn at Beal to Holy Island - Saturday 14 August - Moderate walk
  • Barn at Beal to Spittal - Sunday 15 August - Moderate walk

Please sign up to the walk here.

Please note: Some walks have wheelchair accessible sections to the route – outlined in each route description – please be aware the group will continue the walk beyond those accessible sections.

Suitable for ages 12 and over. Children aged under 18 must be accompanied by an adult within their household bubble.

Unfortunately we cannot accommodate dogs on the walks.

All activities are organised in line with the latest government guidance on Covid-19.

For further information on route descriptions, walk safety, accessibility and travel and transport click here. 

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Supported by:

Arts Council England   |     Northumberland County Council    |    National Lottery Community Fund

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