Jarrow Hall News

Become a Volunteer

By Jarrow Hall Editor | July 25, 2017

Apply to be a volunteer now at Jarrow Hall. Those joining our team can expect a welcoming environment, relevant training, supervision from our close-knit teams, travel expenses, celebration events, and the opportunity to meet new people and develop transferable skills. Join Jarrow Hall and become part of our team delivering an outstanding experience and building our reputation…

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Summer Fayre sponsored by Port of Tyne heralds the start of summer season

By Jarrow Hall Editor | July 4, 2017

Jarrow Hall has announced its Summer Fayre which sees the launch of its first summer season after the invaluable support of its first corporate sponsor Port of Tyne. The Summer Fayre is due to open at Jarrow Hall on Saturday 8 July and forms part of the partnership with Port of Tyne that allows the…

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Student lands placement at Jarrow Hall

By Jarrow Hall Editor | April 19, 2017

A Durham University student has landed a student placement almost 5,000 miles away from her home town of Houston, Texas. Hannah Blevens has joined the renowned North East visitor attraction Jarrow Hall Anglo-Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum after visiting the site on a University tour. During the new student placement opportunity, Hannah, 29, will…

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Hive Coffee Company Opening Day

By Jarrow Hall Editor | March 28, 2017

Hive Coffee Company will open its doors to the public for the very first time this Saturday, 1st April 10am – 5pm. The Hive Coffee Company team will be serving fresh food and coffee 7 days a week in our beautiful and freshly renovated Jarrow Hall House. Hive Coffee Company is an independent coffee shop focusing…

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The Bede Lecture Series: New Discoveries on Holy Island

By Jarrow Hall Editor | February 23, 2017

The next talk in The Bede Lecture Series will take place on Saturday 25th February in the conference room of the Bede Museum at Jarrow Hall. Dr David Petts, Senior Lecturer in the Archaeology of Northern England at Durham University will be speaking under the title “New Discoveries on Holy Island”, describing the excavations he…

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Cafe set to open at Jarrow Hall

By JarrowHallProject | December 20, 2016

Taste experts Sarah Daglish and Eve McPadden are buzzing with excitement about their latest venture – opening a modern coffee shop and eatery in a Grade II listed 18th Century mansion. These entrepreneurs are bringing Hive Coffee Company, and its contemporary menu and brand, to Jarrow Hall, Anglo-Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum – South…

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