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Monday 1st September 1941

Local history.  The Ouseburn Culvert and Victoria Tunnel were used as air raid shelters during WW2. The New Bridge Street Goods Station was only one target of many during the Newcastle Blitz which killed a total of 400 people. Newcastle and the North East were targeted for their heavy industry and transport connections. Part of the Paper […]

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Make & Mend Market Website

Newcastle’s longest running independent market. Local makers, artists and designers with unique, handmade and recycled creations. This website functions as a newsletter/blog for the market, providing fans and potential stallholders with information on market days and what the market has to provide. The website is built using WordPress. Make & Mend Market Website

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Newcastle Science Comic Blog

A comic funded by Newcastle University to support the British Science Festival in September 2013, engaging 8 – 13 year olds in the North East with science and research. My main role in this project was management of our online presence. The Newcastle Science Comic blog is hosted on the Blogger platform, this was chosen […]

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ukwatercolours Website

ukwatercolours is the portfolio site and online shop for Eric Thompson, watercolour artist. It also acts as the online presence for the Bondgate Gallery. The website is built in WordPress. This allows Eric to easily add new paintings for purchase or to share news about upcoming projects. The shop part of this site is a […]

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Gertrude Bell Comics Website

Gertrude Bell Comics is a collaboration with Applied Comics Etc., Newcastle University Library and School of Archaeology and cartoonist John Miers. Born in Washington New Hall in what was then County Durham, archaeologist Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) had a remarkable life. She travelled round the world twice, investigated archaeological sites through the Syrian Desert to Asia Minor, […]

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