Welcome to our latest blog post! Here we have transcribed an old news article published in 1897. The article relates… Read more On the Etymology of Gosforth and Jesmond
Imagine a new Victorian Terrace! A search of the early archive planning register revealed the first planning application for Rothwell… Read more Imagine A New Victorian Terrace!
When we are commissioned to research the history of a house we also like to look at the history pre-history.… Read more Ashburton Estate
Childhood memories are the most precious of all because we have carried them with us for so long! We hope… Read more The Games We Played (part two)
Some will recall Andy Pandy with Teddy and Loobyloo, Muffin the Mule, and the Flowerpot Men with Little Weed. Westerns were also very popular with older kids with ‘The Lone Ranger, ‘Bonanza’, ‘Davy Crockett, and ‘Roy Rogers being among the most viewed. There was, however, the radio with popular programs like ‘Journey into Space’ with characters Jet Morgan, Doc, Mitch and Lemmy or ‘Have a Go’ with Wilfred Pickles and Mabel (catchphrase ‘what’s on the table Mabel’) or ‘Take it from Here’ comedy with Jimmy Edwards and Dick Bentley or perhaps ‘The Navy Lark’ and “Round the Horn”.
In Come The Greyhounds Welcome to the second part of the history of Gosforth Asda Site. In part one David… Read more History of The Gosforth Asda Site Part Two
Join us as we share the history of the Asda site in Gosforth. Sports have played an active part in… Read more History of the Asda Site in Gosforth Part One
We take great pleasure in publishing our guest posts and appreciate the care and time each person has taken to record their memories. Today we share with you the memories of John Bynon, who recalls happy times spent at 24 Leslie Crescent, Gosforth Newcastle.
This month we bring you the story of coal mines and the Illicit still, that became known as Smuggler’s Hole… Read more Coal Mines And Illicit Stills