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Jarrow Hall


Jarrow Hall was built in 1785 for Simon Temple, a local mining and ship building industrialist. The Hall is now a museum, and part of Jarrow Hall - Anglo Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum. Jarrow Hall is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.
Jarrow 1785 Grade II Listed Simon Temple (1759 - 1822) Jarrow Hall - Anglo Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum Historic Buildings and Monuments in South Tyneside
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Jarrow Hall, Bede's World

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Jarrow Hall from Herb Garden, Bede's World

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Jarrow Hall

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Jarrow Hall

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Jarrow Hall

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BEDE MONASTERY MUSEUM JARROW OLD HALL - List Entry
- "House, now a Museum. 1785 for Simon Temple coal owner. Brick with stone dressings; roof of Welsh slate. Simple block with set back wing at north. 2 storeys; 3 bays ...

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Jarrow Hall - Anglo Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum
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Jarrow Hall - Anglo Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum
- Overview About Bede's World Map Jarrow Hall - Anglo Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum (formerly 'Bede's World') is an 11 acre museum and visitor attraction located at Jarrow in South ...

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List number: 1185882
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 8070
Grid ref: NZ3378365406
Borough: South Tyneside

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