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Nature Matters

The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre |  Sunday 24th March  |  13:30

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Presented by Northumberland National Park

Brought to you by the Yorkshire and North East Film Archives, and happening in the picturesque setting of The Sill. This screening will give you the rare opportunity to explore the region's relationship to nature through around 120 years of archive film.

The film shows will be presented by Martha Cattell from the North East Film Archive who will take you on a journey through the film archives, exploring different environmental stories of the North East and Yorkshire including from the local Northumberland area. You will see themes that traverse time: from weather, wildlife, travel and activism.

The film show will last around 90 minutes, with an opportunity for questions at the end.

This screenings is part of the Yorkshire and North East Film Archives 'Nature Matters' project which is supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Screening Information

Time:

13:30

Tickets:

Free / Donations on arrival

About Northumberland National Park

Covering an area of more than 410 square miles between the Scottish border in the north to just south of Hadrian’s Wall UNESCO World Heritage site, Northumberland is the least populated of all of the UK’s 15 National Parks.

The least populated of all of the UK’s 15 National Parks, the diverse landscape of Northumberland attracts visitors from all over the world who come to enjoy the heritage, history and culture of this ancient, unspoilt place.

Venue Information

Address:

The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre

Once Brewed

Hexham

NE47 7AN

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About

the Film

BBFC:

PG

Run Time:

90 mins

Director:

Various

Country:

UK

Year:

2024

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