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Northumberland and Newcastle Society

Northumberland & Newcastle Society, established 1924. Protecting and enhancing our landscape, culture and built environment for future heritage. Registered charity.
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Northumberland and Newcastle Society was attending an event at Northumberland Golf Club.4 days ago
Just about to set up for tonight's event which is a full house 😊
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Northumberland and Newcastle Society7 days ago
JANUARY GUESS WHERE

An easy one to kick off 2020.

Happy new year to all of our members and followers.

Answer to be revealed next month.
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Northumberland and Newcastle Society1 week ago
Calls are being made for trees to be planted on Newcastle’s historic Town Moor in a bid to combat the climate crisis.

Councillors have urged the Freemen of Newcastle to allow planting on the 1,000 acres of open land at the heart of the city, which is used for cattle grazing and hosts major events such as the Hoppings.

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Northumberland and Newcastle Society2 weeks ago
Newcastle's Labour leader wants the Tyne Bridge restored to its former glory in time for the iconic crossing's 100th birthday - at the very latest.

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Northumberland and Newcastle Society2 weeks ago
A Roman fort on Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland has been gifted to the nation thanks to the generosity of a local landowner.

Carrawburgh Roman Fort lies between the major visitor attractions of Chesters cavalry fort and Housesteads infantry fort.

It was garrisoned as a mixed cavalry and infantry base by 500 soldiers of the First Cohort of Batavians, from what is now Holland.

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Northumberland and Newcastle Society1 month ago
ANSWER TO OUR FESTIVE GUESS WHERE COMPETITION

Congratulations to Angela Brady - she was the first to guess that the picture was taken from the roof of the Gosforth Shopping Centre, looking down and along Ivy Road. The Trinity Church is the building on the left.

Until next time, wishing you all a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.