Some photos from Durham on New Years Day 2020

After a late night of revelling, we decided it would be a good idea to go for a walk and get some fresh air. The obvious choice was to head down across the Silver Link Bridge and on into Pelaw Wood, then down to the river and into the City.

It was a nice, crisp winters day, with plenty of sunshine. Durham looked good and everyone seemed in good spirits. We ended up in the Food Pit drinking Americano Coffee. Much needed.

Happy New Year to everyone!

the view from pelaw wood, looking towards Houghall. The silhouette of a large tree dominates the foreground
Looking towards Houghall from Pelaw Wood

 

a view across the river wear from pelaw wood, looking towards durham city and the cathedral in the distance
Looking towards Durham City from Pelaw Wood
picture of dave and debbie on framwelgate bridge with durham cathedral in the background
We finally hit Durham on New Years Day 2020. Where’s the coffee?

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