Deadline extended: More time to vote for your favourite Northumberland view

You now have more time to vote for your favourite Northumberland view, which is part of the new Northeast Press series, Northumberland’s Top 10...

Due to the popularity of the series, the deadline has been extended on all three votes so far – castles, beaches and views – before we launch the fourth topic, gardens. You now have until the end of April to register your vote.

Vote for your top Northumberland view.

Vote for your top Northumberland view.

Northumberland has some stunning views, whether it’s on the coast, in the hills or at one of the country’s many attractions, the scenery is breathtaking. It’s a hard choice, but which is the county best view in your opinion?

Let us know your reasons through social media (Facebook and Twitter) and we’ll include some of your comments online

We have drawn up a shortlist of 30 views from which we are asking you to select your favourite before the end of the month. See them on the accompanying slideshow.

And voting couldn’t be easier – follow the link below and simply click on the box next to your top view...

Vote for your top view here.

This is part of a major new series to compile Northumberland’s Top 10 in a number of categories.

The county has many amazing attractions and must-see places and the Northumberland Gazette, Berwick Advertiser, Morpeth Herald and News Post Leader aims to gauge opinions on its highlights and discover which ones are the most popular.

We will present new subjects until the end of the year and ask you to vote for your favourite.

Vote for your top view here.

In the coming months, we will be asking you to vote on your best Northumberland bridge, walk, picnic spot, beer garden, architecture, tourist attraction and so on. Send us your suggestions and pictures for the shortlists either by email morpeth.herald@jpress.co.uk, Twitter (@Morpeth_Herald), Facebook, facebook.com/HeraldMorpeth or upload them directly through this website.

At the end of 2015, we will publish the complete guide to Northumberland’s Top 10.

In case you missed it, watch a slideshow of the 15 shortlisted castles and select your favourite.

Then, watch a slideshow of the 30 shortlisted beaches and, again, select your favourite.