The Living Wall

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The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre   /   
Sunday 20th March & Sunday 27th March 

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Presented in collaboration with Northumberland National Park.

Archive footage situated on Northumberland's Hadrian's wall followed by a guided walk along the wall itself.

Originally transmitted in 1974, The Living Wall is a Tyne Tees Television documentary co-produced with Border Television, which looks at the history of Hadrian's Wall and the people who lived and worked around the wall in the 70s.

When and where

  • Date: 20th & 27th March

  • Time: 12:30

  • Price: £5

  • Venue: The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre



The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre, NE47 7AN

​About the film

  • Year: 1974

  • Director: Various

  • Country: UK

  • Run Time: 52 mins

  • BBFC: U

  • Followed by a guided walk along Hadrian's Wall

About Northumberland National Park


Northumberland National Park Authority is a conservation organisation. National Park status is the highest form of landscape protection in the UK. Of the 13 National Parks in England and Wales, Northumberland is the most northerly, most remote from large urban areas, least visited and least populated.

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