You’ve arrived in Hexham, a market town situated in Northumberland, North East England. It lies to the south of the River Tyne, with the smaller towns and villages of Corbridge, Riding Mill, Stocksfield and Wylam also nearby.

There is also Newcastle-upon Tyne some 25 miles away, as well as Carlisle around 37 miles away. However, you don’t have to go that far for an Afternoon Tea in Hexham. Indeed, just stay where you are and indulge in delicious delicacies washed down with a nice, warming cuppa.

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Historically, Hexham has been the site of much unrest. It suffered significant damage during the border wars between the kings of Scotland and England, including attacks from William Wallace in 1297.

In 1312, Robert the Bruce demanded and received £2,000 from the town in order for it to be spared from raids. Decades later, in 1346, it was sacked by King David II of Scotland.

During the Wars of the Roses, the Battle of Hexham took place nearby. It also became the location where Jacobite James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater, raised the standard for James Francis Edward Stuart.

Nowadays, however, things have thankfully settled down. Instead of being embroiled in warfare and rebellions, most people choose to visit an Afternoon Tea Hexham venue.