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Belle Grove pub (1875-2008)

The Belle Grove public house on the corner of Belle Grove Terrace and Ancrum Street in Spital Tongues Newcastle, was built in c.1875. It was built for Sanderson's Haymarket Brewery and replaced the Mill House pub. The doorway onto Ancrum Street was built in 1888 and a rear extension was added in 1900. The adjoining terraced house (former home of the artist Ralph Hedley up to his death in 1913) was incorporated into the pub in 1923.[1] The Belle Grove pub closed in 2008.

Belle Grove Terrace, Spital Tongues Former Public Houses Local List Ralph Hedley (1848-1913) Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle
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030460:Belle Grove Hotel, Belle Grove Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne,1966

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578891:The Belle Grove, Belle Grove Terrace, c.1990

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578873:The Belle Grove Spital Tongues Taylor Olive c. 1990

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Tyne and Wear HER(9948): Spital Tongues, Belle Grove Terrace, Belle Grove Public House
- "Built around 1875 by Sanderson's Haymarket Brewery. It replaced the Mill House pub......A rear extension was added in 1900. In 1923 Newcastle Breweries incorporated the adjoining terraced house (the former …

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The North Easts Closed Pubs 2012 Belle Grove Hotel Newcastle

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Ralph Hedley (1848-1913)
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Ralph Hedley (1848-1913)
- Summary Biography Career Ralph Hedley was a painter and woodcarver, best known for his paintings of everyday life in the North East. Hedley was born near Richmond on 31st December …


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Tyne & Wear HER: 9948
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