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Postcode: NE24 | code search
Population: 36000
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Three Horseshoes
"The pub has had an extensive refit, new Hi-tech kitchens, new furniture, carpets, outdoor heated smoking dining areas. The kiddies play park is the best around, the food is of a ..." More

The Quay
"Was great, bar the fact that most of the people in the pub were under 18. There was one girl who went by the name of jenn i believe, who ..." More

The Quay
"Great night - been away so not been to The Quay for a while and really glad you're keeping up the no kids - I was asked for ID ..." More

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On the north east coast of England, in Northumberland is the port of Blyth, situated around thirteen miles north-east of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The town and its surrounding lands were the property of the Radcliffe family, the Earls of Derwentwater, until 1715 when the third and final Earl was one of the peers executed after the Jacobite uprising and the property and its lands confiscated. Mathew White bought it in 1723 with his brother-in-law Richard Ridley before buying nearby Blagdon. The port of Blyth dates from the 12th century but development of the modern town did not start until a quay was erected for the shipment of coal during the 18th century when there were also saltpans producing more than one thousand tons of salt per year. The port prospered and a harbour and dock were formed. In 1855, 250,000 tons of coal were being exported which by 1900, had risen to 3 million. Shipbuilding did not become a major industry for Blyth until early in the 20th century when it grew to become one of the largest shipbuilding yards on the north-east coast building numerous ships for the Admiralty during both First and Second World Wars. The shipyards closed in 1967 leaving Blyth to concentrate on its fishing industry which further aided its development.

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Chasedale Care Home
South Bebside Care Home
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Dance - Timestep Dance Studios
Yoga - Anne Wilkinson


Blyth Valley Borough Council


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T W Scott


Blyth Community Hospital & Health Centre
Station Medical Group

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Alderson Dodds
Halifax Property Services
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Rickard W & Son

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Blyth and Tyne
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Joiners Arms
Kings Arms
Oddfellows Arms
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The Quay
Three Horseshoes
Willow Tree


Alderson Dodds
D W Carr & Co
Yarwood & Stubley


Diamond Private Hire
Elite Private Hire
Phoneix Taxis
Union Taxis


Phoenix Theatre

Sports Clubs

Royal Northumberland Yacht Club (Sailing)


Blyth Florists


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Waterford Arms (3.28 miles)

Waterford Arms
The Waterford Arms is situated in the sleepy village of Seaton Sluice, overlooking the picturesque Fishing Boat-filled estuary, and one of the famous Northumberland sandy white beaches. We offer you a warm Northumbrian welcome & ... More | visit website
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The Swan (3.66 miles)

The Swan

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The Swan at Choppington is a quality assessed 3 star Inn offering great food, excellent service and comfortable en suite accommodation from a family with over 35 years experience in ... More

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The Captains Lodge (4.18 miles)

The Captains Lodge
Newbiggin by the Sea is a great place to base yourself whilst discovering the delights of Northumberland and the Borders. The Captain's Lodge enjoys a glorious position with superb views over Newbiggin Bay and Church ... More | visit website
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Black Diamond Inn (4.62 miles)

Black Diamond Inn

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This bar, restaurant and hotel is converted from an old dairy and is located just outside the centre of Ashington. Food is served all day ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (5.15 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Six miles north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, this lodge is situated next to the Snowy Owl Vintage Inn in Cramlington, just off the A1068. ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Ashington (5.31 miles)

Premier Inn Ashington
A wonderful lakeside location overlooking both lake and park, where fishing, walking and cycling are very popular. Within minutes of the coast and just 45 minutes drive to the beautiful coast of Northumberland. Our Ashington Premier ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Newcastle Cramlington (5.31 miles)

Premier Inn Newcastle Cramlington
Situated off Moor Farm roundabout at the A19/A189 junction, 1 mile from the A1(M). An ideal location for travel to Newcastle, the metro Centre, Northumberland and surrounding coastal areas. For shops and local amenities Newcastle ... More | visit website
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The Cara Guesthouse (5.83 miles)

The Cara Guesthouse
Located on the coast in Whitley Bay the Cara guesthouse offers you a traditional bed and breakfast with a warm welcome and friendly service. Located on the seafront the beach is easily walkable.. ... More | visit website
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Marlborough Hotel (6.09 miles)

Marlborough Hotel

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Overlooking the broad sweep of Whitley Bay's golden sands, this family guest accommodation hotel forms part of an Edwardian terrace. Here, you will find a wide selection of en suite accommodation, with ... More

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York House Hotel (6.11 miles)

York House Hotel
The York House Hotel is graded by Visit Britain as '4 Star Guest Accommodation'. All rooms NON-SMOKING. We are a family run Hotel offering quality bed and breakfast. Car parking is available on the forcourt ... More | visit website

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