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We engaged the services of Edward Robertson Digital Design to assist with the layout and functionality of this site. We would welcome your feedback so that we can check usability and accessibility.

This site should function in most up-to-date browsers, regardless of platform.

How to change your browser settings

Although the site allows you to change the text size and the contrast of the foreground and background colours, the ability to change the way your internet browser displays this site is better controlled within the browser itself.

The BBC has created very useful tutorials, which you can find below.

Change text and background colours

Magnify your screen

Make the mouse pointer easier to see

Make your computer speak text aloud

Make your text larger

Options for changing font size

The option for resizing the text is displayed on the top left menu of the website.

  • The first A reduces the text size down to 80%
  • The centre A keeps the text size a 100%
  • The last A expands the text size to 120%


This website can be translated using Google translate or Intertran. Some languages cannot be translated but we have provided a document explaining how to receive further information in that language.

PDF documents

A large number of Peregrini Lindisfarne documents are made available to the public in the portable document format (PDF). PDF files can be viewed using a number of different software products.

Some free alternatives include:



Adobe Reader

Windows, MacOSX, Unix/Linux, iOS, Android


Windows, Unix/Linux

Foxit Reader

Windows, Unix/Linux

Nitro Reader



Windows, MacOSX, Unix/Linux

Sumatra PDF


We do not endorse or offer warranties as to the suitability or safety of any of the listed products. Care should be taken to ensure the software being installed is appropriate for your needs and malware-free.

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The Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership Scheme is managed by a Partnership of professional and community representatives from Holy Island and surrounding shore side area. The lead organisation for the Scheme is the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership, hosted by Northumberland County Council.