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This important City was known as Pons Aelii in Roman times; the Romans built the first bridge over the River Tyne, it was guarded by a Roman fort which was replaced by a castle.....
in the county of Tyne & Wear(7.4 miles, 11.9 km, direction SE of Hazlerigg)
This is the town that is famous for the 1930's "Hunger March" caused by the intense poverty that followed the closing of the Charles Palmer shipyard. The last of the surviving marchers, Cornelius Whalen died in 2003 at the age of 93...
in the county of Tyne & Wear(7.8 miles, 12.5 km, direction E of Hazlerigg)
Cullercoats has many pleasing aspects including a picturesque 19th century church in a commanding position close to the shoreline...
in the county of Northumberland(7.8 miles, 12.6 km, direction NE of Hazlerigg)
An attractive old place, with a long seafaring history, the port of Blyth is believed to date back to the 12th-century...
in the county of Northumberland(11.1 miles, 17.8 km, direction NE of Hazlerigg)
The bay is a major attraction, often lively with fishing cobbles and pleasure craft, it is also a haven for sun-bathers...All towns in Tyne & Wear
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On returning from a raid into Scotland, Robert Curthose, eldest son of William the Conqueror built a castle calling it his `New.....
The magnificent cathedral church of St. Nicholas has stood at the heart of Newcastle for many centuries. Its superb lantern.....
The Baltic Centre is a new £46m art gallery on the banks of the Tyne and is the latest evidence of the area's growing cultural.....
This house with its beautiful baroque work and wonderful ionic columns is the work of a man who was both inventive playwright and.....
Britain's largest sculpture, The Angel of the North weighs in at 208 tonnes and stands 20 metres high. It was based on artist.....
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Hotels & Accommodation in Hazlerigg
Berwick Hill, Northumberland, England (2.2 miles, 3.5 km, direction NW)
The Townhouse Hotel
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, England (2.6 miles, 4.1 km, direction S)
Gosforth, Tyne & Wear, England (2.7 miles, 4.3 km, direction S)
Stannington, Northumberland, England (2.8 miles, 4.4 km, direction N)
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Newcastle International Airport
Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England (3.1 miles, 4.9 km, direction W)
Innkeeper's Lodge Newcastle, Cramlington
Cramlington, Northumberland, England (3.1 miles, 5.0 km, direction N)
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, England (3.5 miles, 5.6 km, direction SE)
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