Sunday, 14 November 2010


Come along with us on Saturday 20th November to discover the wonders of a renowned world heritage site, Hadrian’s Wall, where you will have the chance to walk around the wall and find out about it at a Visitor Centre!

We will then head off to Newcastle where you can admire the Gateshead Millennium Bridge - the world's first and only tilting bridge! Not forgetting the fabulous Newcastle monument.

Lastly, you can visit the Castle Keep or Grainger Market (depending on the time), both destinations are well rooted to in Newcastle’s history. The Castle Keep of Newcastle upon Tyne was built by Henry II between 1168-1178, it is one of the finest surviving examples of a Norman Keep in the country. The Castle Keep is a Grade 1 listed building, a Scheduled Ancient monument. While on the other hand, the Grainger Market was the largest in Europe when first built in the 1830s. Now a Grade I listed building, there are plenty of stalls with fresh produce from a wide range of butchers, greengrocers and fishmongers.

Hidden within is the unique ‘Marks and Spencer Original Penny Bazaar’, the world's smallest Marks and Spencer store.

So... always wanted to know what a gordie accent sounds like? Want to walk over the famous Millenium Bridge? Or just want to spend an afternoon shopping or sitting in an English pub for a change?

Then come to the ISC on Monday, 15.11. @ 6pm to get your ticket for this trip - which you can get for a mere £10!

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