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Geordieland

The Land Of The Geordies In The Heart Of North East England – Breathtaking, Friendly & Passionate Geordieland naturally stands for “the land of the Geordies” with the individual Geordie Communities “generally” situated within the counties of Tyne & Wear, Durham & Northumberland in the north east of England.   Geordieland now straddles two historic cities, the city of Newcastle …

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Where Is Geordieland & Who Are Geordies? – Have Your Say

Geordieland is situated in the north east of England and is widely believed to encompass the areas of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Gateshead, North & South Tyneside, West Durham & Northumberland which includes Tynedale & Hexham … The late great Sir Bobby Robson who was born in Durham & one of the greatest North East comedians Bobby Thompson who was born in Penshaw near …

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Taking The Piss

It’s a well known fact that coal and beer used to be Newcastle Upon Tyne’s biggest exports, however what is not so well known is that another huge export was “Urine”. Some reports even suggest it was the biggest of them all at one time. Urine, which was collected from public urinals or barrels in the city, was used …

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Geordie People

Geordies – The People – The Language – The Character In this section we intend to help you get a better insight into the language, accent and character of the Geordie people. The Geordie nickname originates from and is used to describe people from the north east of England, specifically people from the areas of North And South …

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Geordie Sporting Legends

Geordie Sporting Legends Brendan Foster, Steve Cram, Joanne Conway, Steve Harmison, Mike McLeod, Chris Cook & Katherine Sarah Copeland In this section of the Geordie website directory we will provide you with information about Geordie sports stars & legends. The featured Geordie sports stars have managed to reach the top level of their particular sport, whether that is …

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