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Five Hidden Areas of Natural Beauty in Sunderland You Need to Visit

Sunderland arguably has more areas of scenery and natural beauty than a great deal of other cities in Britain. It is not a concrete jungle, but has plenty of green…

The Most Notorious and Infamous People of Sunderland, Past and Present

We’ve recently explored the Characters of Sunderland list, that is the local eccentrics we love and get a laugh at, but what what about some of the darker and sinister…

The North Star Chapter IV: The Curse of the Gadgie

Proceeded by Chapter III: Big Trouble Up on Little Silksworth Midnight struck. The group waited anxiously inside a modest living room, sitting with unease as two emotionally overwhelmed parents embraced…

The Lost and Closed Pubs of Sunderland, Which Ones Do you recognize?

The Pub is a social venue that has been with us for thousands of years. A place called Sean’s Bar in Ireland claims to be the oldest lasting pub in…

Editorial: Is it time to consider a mural for our Local England Heroes?

We are now seeing the best England side since 1966, with the lions now set for the final against Italy on Sunday. That’s a staggering length of time, and throughout…

Sunderland’s First Horror Story: The Curse of Thorney Close

Thorney Close is one of Sunderland’s largest post-war housing estates. Built in the 1950s next to the Durham Road, the area is also known for the “Sandhill” situated to the…