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Collingwood Arms, Brandling Village


The Collingwood Arms is a public house in Brandling Village, Jesmond. It first opened in 1836. The first landlord, Robert Hewlitt, named the pub after Newcastle-born Admiral Lord Collingwood, who led the English Fleet to victory, following the death of Nelson, in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The pub was acquired by W.B.Reid of Leazes Brewery in 1890, who had the pub largely rebuilt in 1903.
Brandling Village Local List Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Admiral Lord Collingwood (1748 - 1810) 1836 Public Houses
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015473:The Collingwood Arms Jesmond 1966

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The Collingwood Arms, Brandling Village

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Admiral Lord Collingwood (1748 - 1810)
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Admiral Lord Collingwood (1748 - 1810)
- Overview Further Details "Most of us know the name Collingwood from walking down his street in Newcastle or past his imposing monument in Tynemouth...but few remember his crucial role in ...

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Post code: NE2 4RS
Borough: Newcastle
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