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Hebburn Central (The \'Hebburn Hub\' in the Town Centre)

Hebburn Town Football Club

Hebburn Town Football Club

Hebburn carves out an affectionate portrait of small-town family life   TV review: Hebburn's comedy is sometimes so broad it lapses into the laziest of sitcom clichés, but if it can iron out its kinks this promising new series could really take off.

Hebburn carves out an affectionate portrait of small-town family life TV review: Hebburn's comedy is sometimes so broad it lapses into the laziest of sitcom clichés, but if it can iron out its kinks this promising new series could really take off.

Hebburn Central was designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects to provide the town of Hebburn in South Tyneside with facilities including a library, dance studios, events spaces, a swimming pool, a fitness suite, a sports hall and public sector customer services.

FaulknerBrowns completes rusted-steel community centre

FaulknerBrowns has completed this cor-ten clad library and sports centre in Hebburn, south Tyneside

Hebburn

Hebburn

HMS MANCHESTER SOUTHAMPTON-Class cruiser ordered on 11th November 1935 from R & W Hawthorn Leslie & Co. Ltd at Hebburn on Tyne with the second Batch of this type. The ship was laid down on 28th March 1935 and launched on 12th April 1937. Build was completed on 4th August 1938.

Another view of Town class 6 in light cruiser HMS Manchester (see nearby) - scuttled in August 1942 after fatal torpedo damage in the Mediterranean.

HMS Manchester (15). Builder: Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn. Laid down: 28 March 1936. Launched: 12 April 1937. Commissioned: 4 August 1938. Fate: Scuttled on 13 August 1942 off Tunisia. Class and type: Town-class light cruiser. Displacement: 11,930 tons. Length: 591 ft 6 in (180.29 m). Beam: 64 ft 9 in (19.74 m). Draught:	20 ft 6 in (6.25 m). Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h).

HMS Manchester (15). Builder: Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn. Laid down: 28 March 1936. Launched: 12 April 1937. Commissioned: 4 August 1938. Fate: Scuttled on 13 August 1942 off Tunisia. Class and type: Town-class light cruiser. Displacement: 11,930 tons. Length: 591 ft 6 in (180.29 m). Beam: 64 ft 9 in (19.74 m). Draught: 20 ft 6 in (6.25 m). Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h).

HMS Manchester (15). Builder: Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn. Laid down: 28 March 1936. Launched: 12 April 1937. Commissioned: 4 August 1938. Fate: Scuttled on 13 August 1942 off Tunisia. Class and type: Town-class light cruiser. Displacement: 11,930 tons. Length: 591 ft 6 in (180.29 m). Beam: 64 ft 9 in (19.74 m). Draught:	20 ft 6 in (6.25 m). Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h).

HMS Manchester (15). Builder: Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn. Laid down: 28 March 1936. Launched: 12 April 1937. Commissioned: 4 August 1938. Fate: Scuttled on 13 August 1942 off Tunisia. Class and type: Town-class light cruiser. Displacement: 11,930 tons. Length: 591 ft 6 in (180.29 m). Beam: 64 ft 9 in (19.74 m). Draught: 20 ft 6 in (6.25 m). Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h).

Hebburn New Town Redevelopment, South Tyneside

Hebburn New Town Redevelopment, South Tyneside

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Hebburn Central forms the initial phase of an extensive redevelopment of Hebburn Town Centre, South Shields, which lies approximately ten miles south of Newcastle city centre. Situated on the south bank of the River Tyne, the area has a rich indust

Hebburn Town Football Club

Hebburn Town Football Club

A grand #tea party on Thistle Street in Hebburn, England was celebrated on May 6, 1935, on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary.

Remember When: The story behind Hebburn - the town, not the TV show

A grand party on Thistle Street in Hebburn, England was celebrated on May on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary.

Charles Mark Palmer, Vanity Fair, 1884. Charles was born in King Street, South Shields, but made his fortune in the neighbouring town of Jarrow with his famous shipyard.

Charles Mark Palmer, Vanity Fair, Charles was born in King Street, South Shields, but made his fortune in the neighbouring town of Jarrow with his famous shipyard.

Charles Mark Palmer was born in King Street in South Shields and his Shipyard in Jarrow was one of the best in the world.

Charles Mark Palmer was born in King Street in South Shields and his Shipyard in Jarrow was one of the best in the world.

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