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Dyke House

Dyke House is an area of Hartlepool, located to the town centre. The area has a population of around 5,100 people.[1] Within the area are Dyke House Sports and Technology College and Brougham Primary School. St Oswald's Church on Brougham Terrace is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. The area is undergoing regeneration, including building new housing.

Hartlepool Dyke House Sports and Technology College Brougham Primary School Church of St. Oswald Regeneration, Dyke House
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Hartlepool, Durham, St Oswald

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Brougham Terrace heading east

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Wynnstay Gardens Hartlepool

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Ten Years From Now - Dyke House Big Local Project
- "...Dyke House is changing and will do so even more over the next 10 years. Take a look at its progress...."

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Brougham Primary School
- Overview Map Street View Brougham Primary School is located off Brougham Terrace in the Dyke House area of Hartlepool. The school has about 350 students aged 3 to 11.[1] The school was …


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