Your culture attendant: things to do in Wooler


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It cost just four pounds to erect the Great Keep in the centre of Bamburgh Castle - but then, that was in 1164. You might have to pay a bit more to go in, but there are few places in the area that can give you such a breadth of history - from Romans and Vikings to battles with Scotland, the Wars of the Roses and medieval architecture and luxury. Take a look for yourself today at the castle in Bamburgh, on the B1342 (off the A1), until 4pm.
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