Category: North Tyneside

Historic High Street Fund

North Shields in North Tyneside & Hexham in Northumberland are the only two Geordie towns or cities, set to benefit from the UK Governments fund for historic high streets. The funding which was awarded to 69 towns and cities is intended for projects aimed at turning historic disused buildings into shops, houses and community centres. …

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Cullercoats Bay & Blue Flag Beach in North Tyneside

Cullercoats Bay is a small blue flag sandy bay popular with geordie families, featuring caves nestled in the surrounding cliffs in the centre of the bay.   The bay is also home to the RNLI lifeboat station which still plays an active part in this small North Tyneside seaside community which in times gone by was a thriving fishing …

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Beaches At Seaton Sluice, Bamburgh & Tynemouth

Shots of the beaches at Seaton Sluice, Bamburgh and Tynemouth to the  track ‘The Beach’  from the album ‘Home In 3 Bits’ and the poem by Paul Summers, music composed by former Lindisfarne guitarist Dave Hull-Denholm. Thanks for the heads up from Dan Douglas at Superveillance

North East Heritage Open Days 2013

As part of the Tyne & Wear Heritage Open Days running between Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th September 2013 many public buildings, churches and historic venues in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Gateshead, Tyneside, Durham & many parts of Northumberland are preparing to throw open their doors to the local community & tourists alike, for free. Highlights include some of Geordieland’s most …

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Tynemouth VW Rally Photo Slideshow

Organisers of the 2013 Tynemouth VW Rally, held with the backdrop of the Tynemouth Priory have sent out a big thank you to everyone who helped make 2013 the biggest year ever for the annual Tynemouth Classic VW Rally and are already planning what they can add to help make the classic car rally bigger and better …

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