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7 Valentine’s gift ideas from North East retailers

News   •   Feb 06, 2020 12:52 GMT

If you’re looking for the perfect Valentine’s present and would like to support North East businesses by shopping locally – one of these gift ideas could be for you.

And don’t forget, if you’re out and about celebrating Valentine’s Day, you can get unlimited travel after 7pm on our buses with an Evening Ticket for just £3.50 or an Evening Group Ticket for up to 4 people for £6.50.


We gan together like... mug

Tell ‘em you love them, Geordie style, with this mug from Geordie Gifts in the Grainger Market. £9.99.


A sweet date: two-person chocolate making workshop

Buy a voucher for you and your partner to attend a chocolate making workshop at La Chocolatrice School of Chocolate based in Newcastle city centre. £45.


Sent with Love sweets

Check out this adorable trio of sweets, packaged to impress. £15.

Available from Fenwick in Newcastle.


Huggable corgi heated cushion

Keep your Valentine warm when you’re not around with this quirky gift – a corgi dog cushion that heats up.

Available in two sizes (£5 & £10) from Urban Outfitters on Grainger Street, Newcastle.


Wooden handmade candle holder

Nothing says romance like some flickering candles. Check out Dozy Cow’s beautiful handmade candle holders, at the Quayside Market, Newcastle, every Sunday 9am – 4pm. From £4.50.


A personalised cast of you and your partner, holding hands

Hold on to your loved one's hand forever with a gorgeous ‘holding hands’ cast. Every detail is captured forever. Available from Prudhoe studio, Captured Keepsakes.


Moomin Love make-up bag

This retro, love-themed make-up bag is adorable. £18.95.

Available from Baltic Shop, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.


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