A leisure and tourism scheme that is being unveiled in Northumberland is set to bring seven hundred new jobs to the region.
The resort is being built on an eight hundred acre plot of reclaimed land on a former mine site near Widdrington, and will offer both a range of visitor attractions and holiday packages.
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