Friday, 25 September 2020
Please email Lucie McCord at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to register your interest for this event!
Newcastle Cathedral, Trinity House and Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art Visit
Personally escorted tours, organised byNorthern Stationers with an open invitation to all Stationers.
Newcastle Cathedral: Built in 1091 and currently undergoing a £4.2m. revitalisation to create an architectural and cultural experience - industrial and spiritual stories encapsulated in its monuments, ledger stones, stained glass windows and iconic Lantern Tower that guided sailors into the port for centuries.
Trinity House: Built in 1505 by the Guild of the Blessed Trinity the maritime charity is the home of a unique international private collection of paintings, ship models, books, furniture and nautical instruments. Located in and protector of the ancient buildings of the quayside ‘chares’.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art: Housed in a landmark industrial building, formerly the Hovis flour mill, the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art is the UK’s largest dedicated contemporary art institution - six main floors and three mezzanines.