Sir Bobby Robson Memorial Garden, Gallowgate


The memorial garden on the corner of Gallogate and St Andrew's Street was opened on the 23rd of May 2011, in honour of Sir Bobby Robson. The 'pocket park' has five stone plaques, sculpted by artist Graeme Mitcheson. The garden is in close proximity of St James' Park, where Bobby Robson managed Newcastle United from September 1999 to August 2004.

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Sir Bobby Robson Memorial Garden, Gallowgate

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Memorial stones, Sir Bobby Robson Memorial Garden

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Memorial stone, Sir Bobby Robson Memorial Garden

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Sir Bobby Robson memorial garden opened
- Chronicle live, 23rd May, 2011. "A MEMORIAL garden has been unveiled in honour of football legend Sir Bobby Robson. Scores of fans watched the ceremony held in honour of the ...

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Bobby Robson (1933-2009)
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Bobby Robson (1933-2009)
- Overview About Bobby Robson Sir Bobby Robson was a famous footballer and manager. Robert William Robson was born on the 18th February 1933 in Sacriston, County Durham. He played football ...
St Andrew's Street (Darn Crook)
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St Andrew's Street (Darn Crook)
- Now known as St Andrew's Street. "It was called Darn Crook (Darnecruke 1394) - dark secret place, until the 1980s. Darn Crook has long been a short lane south of the ...
2011
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2011
- < 2010 | 2011 | 2012 > In Northern England Construction of the second vehicle Tyne Tunnel was completed in February 2011, and refurbishment of the original tunnel was finished in ...

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