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Britain’s Treasures

Off England’s north-east coast is the small island of Lindisfarne, home to the picturesque ruins of a seat of early Christianity

LINDISFARNE PRIORY

Northumberland

OVER THE RAINBOW The Rainbow Arch has stood for centuries, even after a tower collapsed around it in the late 1700s
ALAMY X3, ENGLISH HERITAGE X1, GETTY X2, LINDISFARNE CENTRE X1

THE FACTS

GETTING THERE: Turn off the A1 at Beal and take the causeway(postcode TD15 2RX). It is vital to check tide tables before crossing, available at each end, from tourist information offices or online. Buses run from Berwick-upon-Tweed.

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