Holy Trinity Church East End No ratings yet.

Holy Trinity Church (The East End Of Sunderland) To begin with, Holy Trinity Church, is one of the oldest buildings in Sunderland’s East End. Indeed, in 1719 the residents of the fast growing port of Sunderland petitioned for a separate parish. This was because St. Michael’s at Bishopwearmouth, their local… Continue reading

Hylton Castle No ratings yet.

Hylton Castle Furthermore, it is easy to find as there is a large housing estate adjacent, aptly catted Hylton Castle Estate. To begin with, the original castle was a wooden construction from a time just after the Norman Conquest in 1066. In essence, it was for an influential family with… Continue reading

Sunderland Echo No ratings yet.

Sunderland Echo Sunderland Had Two Other Papers At first, the Echo faced fierce competition from the two established weeklies in Sunderland, The Sunderland Herald and Sunderland Times. Indeed, Samuel Storey tells us about how and why the Sunderland Echo came about. In fact, Storey states in an article, The Sunderland… Continue reading

Mysteries No ratings yet.

Wearside Mysteries Of course, this page is concentrating on a few Wearside Mysteries. Obviously, if you have any stories from our area which have no real explanations, consider writing a post. Obviously, click the link at the top of any page. Wearside Mysteries – UFO’s To begin with, UFO’s were… Continue reading