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England's North East May 21
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England's North East May 20
Blast Beach at Seaham, County Durham
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Steph McGovern May 20
Here is part of my personal piece on what the brill people of Middlesbrough have been doing to build confidence in our girls/women and why it matters. ❤️
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England's North East May 20
Anglo-Saxon church at Norton near -on-Tees.
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England's North East May 19
The beautiful Durham Cathedral.
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England's North East May 19
The Cumbrian town of Alston is located on the Rive South Tyne.
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England's North East May 19
On the road in South Tynedale.
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England's North East Feb 28
Hadrian's Wall near Steel Rigg: Milecastle 39 and Sycamore Gap. Visit our history pages at England's North East
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England's North East Feb 25
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England's North East Feb 17
Tynemouth - an extraordinary history Find out more at England's North East
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England's North East Feb 4
Seaside scenes: Saltburn-by-the-Sea to South Shields. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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England's North East May 12
Yep, agree. The key point is that it’s northerners who get to define the North. Southerners don’t get a say in this :-)
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England's North East May 11
Durham Sanctuary knocker hoodie by Tangled Worm. Available in four colours. Buy here
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England's North East May 11
Berwick. The main street, Marygate is dominated by the church-like Town Hall. The ‘Old Bridge’, also known as ‘Berwick Bridge’ dates from 1611. The Royal Border Bridge (railway bridge) opened in 1850.
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England's North East May 10
The River Tweed at Berwick
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England's North East May 10
The site of Ad Gefrin, Anglo-Saxon palace of King Edwin of Northumbria and the nearby Yeavering Bell an Iron Age hill fort site near
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England's North East May 10
Half way between Hamsterley and Hamsterley Mill, the Derwentcote Steel Furnace, a property of English Heritage iss the earliest and most complete steel-making furnace in Britain. Built in the 1720s.
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England's North East May 9
The valley of the River Till near Chillingham, north Northumberland
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England's North East May 9
A view of in the 1740s
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