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Blyth Bandstand


Blyth Bandstand dates from c.1929.[1] It is situated by the South Beach promenade, in Beach Gardens, which were laid out by 1950. The bandstand is considered an iconic landmark and regularly plays host to live music.

Blyth Bandstands
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Bandstand in Beach Gardens, Blyth

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Bandstand in the Beach Gardens

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Crowds at the Bandstand in Beach Gardens, Blyth

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Bandstand, South Beach, Blyth

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A new lease of light for Blyth Bandstand
- News: 12 Feb 2019. "An iconic coastal landmark will soon be shining bright again after the council agreed to reinstall the lights at Blyth Bandstand. The bandstand near South Beach ...

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Live music at Blyth Bandstand - Facebook
- Facebook page: Live music at Blyth Bandstand

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Bandstand, Blyth

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Keys to the Past HER: N23757
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ32017983

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