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The Border Minstrel, Gosforth Park


Border Minstrel public house is located in Gosforth Park, to the north west of Brandling House. It was built in 1757 as an ancillary pavilion to the country house. It was later a hotel before becoming a public house. It was built by James Paine for Charles and Elizabeth Brandling (inscribed 'CBE' on it's rainwater head). The building is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage list for England.
North Gosforth Brandling House Charles Brandling (1733–1802) Gosforth Park 1757 Grade II* Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Public Houses
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055573:Gosforth Hotel Gosforth Park c.1910

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The ' Border Minstrel' public house

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The Border Minstrel Public House, Gosforth Park

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Road Through Gosforth Park Racecourse

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Border Minstrel

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Tyne & Wear: Gosforth: BORDER MINSTREL

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Gosforth Park
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Gosforth Park
- Overview About Gosforth Park Map   Gosforth Park is a park north of Gosforth in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It houses Newcastle Racecourse, a Marriott hotel, two ...
Charles Brandling (1733–1802)
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Charles Brandling (1733–1802)
- "Charles Brandling (1733–1802) was High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1781 and was Member of Parliament for Newcastle 1784–1798. He married Elizabeth Thompson, heiress of Shotton near Peterlee, and built a ...

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List number: 1024715
List grade: 2*
Post code: NE3 5EJ
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ2482671290

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