Northumberland is to get its very own day!
It'll take place on Sunday May 28 2017, and if it's successful it could take place on the last Sunday in May each year.
It comes after 15 months of planning by Langley Castle, which first put out a call for a Northumberland Day in July 2015.
The choice of date has been linked to the date of the Northumberland County Show, which will be held the day after Northumberland Day 2017.
The week leading up to Northumberland Day is already set to be a celebration of Northumbrian food and drink.
How can people get involved now?
Every parish council, community group, business network and business will be encouraged to do something to celebrate Northumberland Day, whether that is flying the Northumberland flag, decorating a window in the county's colours of red and yellow, organising a street party, or holding a special event.
Tourism attractions will be urged to create special Northumberland Day events, which can take place throughout the period in and around Northumberland Day, so that there is a full week of activities available for local residents and visitors to enjoy. In this sense, Northumberland Day will be part of a seven-day, or longer, celebration of life in the county, both past and present.
Accommodation providers will also be asked to include content about these events on their websites and create special Northumberland Day packages, which will encourage visitors to travel to Northumberland and take part in the celebrations.
Who else has been involved?
Northumberland County Council
Northumberland County Show
Wild Dog Outdoors
Hexham Community Partnership
Museums and Archives Northumberland
Allendale Forge Studios
Susie Doyle Consulting
The Northumberland Theatre Company
Ashington Town Team
Best Western Derwent Manor
Northumberland Wildlife Trust.