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The Green, Wallsend

The Green is a suburban area located to the north of Wallsend town centre. It was designated as a Conservation Area on 1st November, 1974. The conservation area is centred around what was a medieval village green; it is believed that the area was settled soon after the abandonment of Segedunum, when the Roman Empire fell into decline. Today the area includes varied housing (about 160 dwellings) and large green open spaces, with a resident population of roughly 320. It is the only surviving village green in North Tyneside.

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- Overview Memorial Hospital Map Street View Wallsend Hall is located on The Green in Wallsend. The house was built in the early 19th century and had significant grounds. The Hall …
The Green, Wallsend Conservation Area
- Character Appraisal, 2006, North Tyneside Council. "...The Green Conservation Area was designated in 1974 and the boundary has not changed since designation. The boundary is based on a medieval village …

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The Green, Wallsend Residents' Association
- "....No-one knows when The Green came into existence, or why. The probable explanation is that when the Romans abandoned the fort of Segedunum in AD 454 the river bank was …

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