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
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.
Gosforth Heritage Postcards offers you a chance to look back at the history of Gosforth through part of our postcard collection. Beautiful pictures of bygone Gosforth and a brief history of postcard use!
What is heritage and why is it important? Heritage projects can embrace cross-generational working providing an opportunity for people with different life experiences to work together.
This post celebrates more Gosforth heritage with the story of Coxlodge Hall and the resident who was charged of an offence under the Food Hoarding Order of 1917.
Discovering Heritage can help you research the history of your house. Our research is presented in unique house history packs which tell the story of your property. Read our case study for an in depth look at the process.
Starting in 1875 the plot revolves around a Victorian house in Jesmond. The story sweeps the reader across continents as it charts the lives and loves of the O’Dowd and Le Britton dynasties. A great majority of the book is set in both Jesmond and Gosforth so gives the reader a valuable insight into the two villages in the pre and post war years.
Who was round your street? In the 50’s and 60’s there were many different traders and callers who would regularly… Read more Who Was Round Your Street?