May Half Term at Jarrow Hall Join us here at Jarrow Hall this May Bank Holiday and Half Term as we explore the theme of Colour in the Anglo-Saxon World. Far from being the “Dark Ages”, Early Medieval times were a Golden Age in Northumbria and Jarrow was a centre of learning, bringing ideas and […]
Jarrow Hall Anglo-Saxon Farm and Village is set to open on Tuesday March 13th, with the site’s Bede Museum to follow in May once restrictions allow. Rebecca Maw, Operations Manager – Communities, Groundwork South & North Tyneside, which operates the site, said: “We are delighted to be reopening and our small team are working […]
We have some new additions to the play space at Jarrow Hall.
We have two new sculptures inspired by the Anglo-Saxon Beowulf poem carved by Tommy Craggs Tree Sculpting. The featured image is the carving of Grendel who is one of Beowulf’s enemies.