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  • 4th August 2014 marked the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.

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2010s Advocate, Forth Street Tommy statue Durham Light Infantry Memorial, Market Place The Core
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fenwicks window 2014

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Memory Walk 2014

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English Heritage voices 'extreme disappointment' over designs for controversial Acklam Hall scheme
- Article by Andy Passant, Gazett, May 10th, 2014

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Year 1 School Trip from Cragside

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Tommy statue
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Tommy statue
- Overview About Tommy Map Street View A distinctive metal statue of a soldier from the First World War stands on the Green by the seafront in Seaham. The 9ft 5ins ...
The Core
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The Core
- Overview Map Street View The Core at Newcastle Helix&nbsp;in Newcastle opened in November 2014. Newcastle Helix (previously known as Science Central) is a partnership between&nbsp;Newcastle City Council&nbsp;and&nbsp;Newcastle University.
Durham Light Infantry Memorial, Market Place
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Durham Light Infantry Memorial, Market Place
- The Durham Light Infantry Memorial on the Market Place in Durham was unveiled on the 14th of September 2014. The bronze statue, by Alan Herriot, was based on a photograph ...
Advocate, Forth Street
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Advocate, Forth Street
- 'Advocate' is a bronze sculpture by American artist Bruce Beasley, located on Forth Square off Forth Street in Newcastle. The sculture shows a 20-ft high&nbsp;tower of bronze blocks, which appear ...

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