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The site is easy to access from the A1, off the A183 and the North East main line is within easy reach of the park with stations at Chester-le-Street, Durham and Newcastle, bringing London, Edinburgh, Inverness and Glasgow within commutable distance.

Local Area & Site History

Lambton Park has hosted many a event. One of the most memorable dates to the 1970s when the estate was a wild wildlife safari park.

Spread over 200 acres, the lions were the park’s main attraction, but there were also zebras and giraffes, mostly supplied by Jimmy Chipperfield of the famous circus family. Asian elephants, camels, bears, ostriches and baboons were some of the other Lambton regulars. The park was also home to the world’s second largest land mammal, the white rhino.

Lambton Park still offers some of the most beautiful landscape in the country, right on our doorstep, and the Estate is home to numerous grand buildings.

The Park is the perfect mix of woodland walks, quiet roads and rolling fields, with a stunning backdrop of the Lambton Castle, which dates back to the 1820s.

“Lambton Estate is delighted to be working with the organisers of the Lindisfarne Festival to host a new family friendly music festival in the grounds of the Estate. The event will take place in summer 2022 and will be a new venture for both parties. The Estate very much looks forward to developing the event and welcoming people to the Estate in order to share in and enjoy the historic landscape.”

The Event Map

Where can I find out more information about Little Lindi Family Festival?

Whether it’s about how to buy tickets, disabled access, shuttle buses to and from the festival, food & drink, free car parking, times, directions, etc, all the answers are on our INFO Q&A page. Just click here, to find out everything you need to know.

Where can I buy tickets?

Just click here for the TICKETS page.

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