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Conference Dinner at Wylam Brewery

The Conference Dinner will take place at the historical Wylam Brewery on Tuesday 6th September, which is a 15 minute walk from Northumbria University. Researchers based at Northumbria University will lead conference attendees to Wylam Brewery - a scenic walk through the city and Exhibition Park.

About Wylam Brewery

Founded in 2000 Wylam is a 30 Barrel Micro Brewery that resides at the Palace of Arts in Exhibition Park

The Palace of Arts in Exhibition Park is the last remaining building from the 1929 North East Exhibition. The Exhibition was an ambitious project built to celebrate and encourage Craft, Art and Industry at the start of the Great Depression.

Having remained almost derelict for nearly a decade the building has sprung back to life as a fully operational working Brewery.

Alongside the Brewery there is a Brewery Tap, which is open to the public Thursdays to Sundays inclusive.

The Grand Hall, in which the conference dinner takes place, plays host to Live Music, Weddings, Pop Up Events and more.

Address

Wylam Brewery
Palace of Arts
Exhibition Park
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE2 4PZ

Wylam Brewery is situated in grid reference C1 on this city map

For further information visit Wylam's main website


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