Hirst, Ashington


Traditionally the area to the east of the railway was called Hirst, whilst the area to the west was Ashington proper.

Ashington
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Ashington
- Overview History Map Street View   Early history The name Ashington possibly originates from Essendene which has been referenced since 1170, but may instead have originated from Æsc, a Saxon ...
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Hirst High School

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New Hirst & District Social Club

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Northumberland CofE Academy
- Northumberland Church of England Academy is located on Academy Road in the Hirst area of Ashington.

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