A Jaunt with the Jacobites

To understand the issues underpinning The Jacobite Rebellion, it is necessary to go back to the English Reformation carried out by Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. They created a Church of England, which retained the ceremony of the Catholics but introduced the theology of Protestantism. A small minority in the North remained true to the old faith, particularly in Lancashire, Durham and Northumberland. We will take you on a tour around the beautiful medieval village of Blanchland to discuss the rebel leaders of the North of England and the civil war that spanned two centuries.

Price: £20 per Adult family tickets available

Child: 5-15years / under 5’s free

Please ring the office to book on – 01434 688386 or email kevin@wilddogoutdoors.co.uk

If you have a specific date you would like to book then  please contact Wild Dog Outdoors before buying your voucher.

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Start Location: Blanchland Car Park, Blanchland, County Durham, DH8 9ST

Distance: 1.25 miles

Leisurely Walk:

  • A walk for reasonably fit people with a little country walking experience.
  • It will include unsurfaced rural paths.
  • Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended

Times: Various dates and times, please contact us for more information

Extras: Car Park operate an honesty box – suggested donation £1 – facilities maintained by The Lore Crewe Trust

Amenities: Public toliets in Blanchland village
Visit The White Monk Tearooms or The Lord Crewe Arms for a bite to eat
There is also Blanchland Village Shop & Post Office