Blue plaque installed at home of industrialist in latest round of honours

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    Shields Gazette, 21 February 2019. "A commemorative blue plaque has been unveiled to honour one of our area’s greats as part of a new recognition scheme. The plaque pays tribute to John Dagnia, who built the Grade II-Listed Cleadon House in Cleadon Village, in 1738. Dagnia was instrumental in helping to put the area at the forefront of glass manufacturing in the 18th Century - producing a large proportion of the country’s output....."
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