Visit one of the North East’s tourist hotspots this Easter

The North-East of England is renown for its beauty and Northumberlandia just adds to the list of unique places.

The project has been privately funded by the Banks Group and the Blagdon Estate and it is part of the restoration of the Shotton surface mine.

Also known as The Lady of the North, it is set in a 46-acre community park with four miles of footpaths on and around the landform and has attracted approximately 80,000 people each year since it opened in 2012.

It is a stunning human sculpture made of 1.5 million tonnes of rock, clay and soil and she is 100-feet high and a quarter of a mile long.

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