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Caption for Bedlington, Front Street East C1960: Bedlington was once the capital of Bedlingtonshire, and as a part of the County Palatine of Durham belonged to the Bishops of Durham until 1844. The parish church is dedicated to St Cuthbert in memory of a night in 1069 when monks escaping from Durham with the saint's remains sheltered here on their way to Holy Island to be out of reach of the Normans.

An extract from Northumberland Tyne and Wear Photographic Memories.

Memories of Bedlington

Lived in Netherton Colliery from 1937 - 1952. Attended Morpeth High School for Girls 1940 - 1947. I remember some names, if anyone remembers me I can be contacted on e mail at - Look forward to hearing!!

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