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Let’s All Have A Merry Geordie Christmas

A couple of Geordie lasses have “Geordiefied” a few Christmas favourites to help us all get into the Christmas spirit ūüėõ “Let’s All Have¬†a Merry¬†Geordie Christmas” Please follow the¬†May Arcade link¬†to¬†purchase the various songs.  

Get Rachel Home

fellow #geordies please retweet & lets help get this canny lass home to her family in #bedlington #northumberland… https://t.co/IXgnWHq5GT — Follow The Geordies (@geordiewebsites) 11 August 2016

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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The Horrid Story Of William Jobling

An innocuous corner just east of the Jarrow side of the Tyne pedestrian tunnel¬†is where you will find a small stone monument marking where the Gaslight public house formerly stood. The Gaslight, ¬†known also as the Commercial was once one of the oldest pubs in Jarrow and legend has it where¬†the body of William Jobling, …

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The Durham City Lumiere Festival

A four day festival once again lit¬†up the city of Durham, bringing a¬†little early winter magic to the people of Durham. The Lumiere light show returned between the 12th and 15th of November 2015¬†to¬†light up the streets,¬†waterways &¬†historic medieval buildings of Geordieland’s historic¬†2nd city & its famous cathedral. Over the four days of the festival¬†highlighted …

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