Two new Methodist Church trails have recently been launched:
1. ‘Isaac’s Tea Trail’ is named after a miner turned tea-seller, legendary Methodist evangelist and philanthropist Isaac Holden and is a 36 mile circular walk around the North Pennines. Details of the trail can be found on the Northumberland Life website.
2. The three northern Methodist districts – Newcastle, Darlington and York & Hull – have launched a new heritage trail leaflet, ‘A Dales journey in the footsteps of John Wesley’, retracing a journey made by Wesley in 1761. The PDF can be downloaded from the Methodist Heritage website.