Opening of the new Blyth Market, 2009


Following a £3 million refurbishment Blyth Market was officially reopended on the 14th March 2009. The refurbishement included new paving, seating, lighting, a new water feature, and a stainless steel column designed by Simon Watkinson to represents the town's coal mining heritage and history as a wartime submarine base.

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BLYTH'S NEW MARKET SQUARE

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BLYTH'S NEW MARKET SQUARE

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Blyth Town Square

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BLYTH MARKET SQUARE

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Blyth
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Blyth
- Overview History Map Blyth is a costal town and port in Northumberland situated by the River Blyth approximately 13 miles north east of Newcastle. The port of Blyth dates back ...
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Hyperscope breaks through into Blyth marketplace - Culture24
- Article by Adam Bambury (Culture24, 27 March 2009) about 'Hyperscope' by Simon Watkinson at Blyth town centre's market place.

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