Clara Vale


Clara Vale is a small village near Ryton and Crawcrook on the south bank of the River Tyne and part of the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead. Clara Vale was built as a community for the nearby colliery opened in 1893 and named after Clara Bell Simpson, the wife of a colliery owner. Before then there was a water-powered mill there (Crawcrook Mill).
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Church Hall and Methodist Church, Clara Vale

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Former School, Clara Vale

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West View, Clara Vale
- "The rear of East View...Apart from a proliferation of outbuildings and extensions there has been little change." Photo by Andrew Curtis, 2010, and licensed for reuse under a Creative ...

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Terraced houses, Clara Vale

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Tyne and Wear HER(525): Crawcrook Mill
- [The first reference to a mill in Crawcrook is in Boldon Buke, c. 1183 (a survey of land belonging to the Bishop of Durham, Hugh du Puiset). There is a ...

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Crawcrook
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Crawcrook
- Overview About Crawcrook Map Street View Crawcrook is a large sem-rural village within the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, located just under a mile south-west of Ryton. Crawcrook is first recorded ...
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Numbers 13 & 14 Edlington Gardens, Clara Vale

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IPA17: Conservation Area Character Statements, Strategies and Policy Guidelines
- "This Interim Policy Advice contains conservation area character statements for Gateshead’s 22 Conservation areas along with adopted strategies and development policy guidelines for fourteen of these areas. The Advice ...

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Font, Clara Vale Memorial Garden

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