Author: Callum Jacques
The Silksworth pit wheel was formally opened on Saturday (April 29) by the Mayor of Sunderland after it was found in Albany, Washington; only eight miles from Silksworth. Councillor Philip Tye, who represents Silksworth ward called for the pit wheel to return to Silksworth after discovering its whereabouts. One of the residents spotted the wheel […]
A picture book showcasing Sunderland fans memorabilia from their 1973 triumph is set to be published into a book by the end of the year. Photographer Julian Germain is heading the project and has been holding exhibitions in and around Sunderland for fans to come and see what items have already been donated or to […]
The Stadium of Light will host the Durham County FA Frank Pattison Challenge Cup final between Hebburn Town FC and Spennymoor Town FC on May 3 for the first time in four years. The home of Sunderland AFC last hosted the final in 2019 when Shildon AFC defeated South Shields 1-0 to lift the cup. […]
Sunderland residents are unhappy about recent changes made to bin collections regarding side waste collections which came into effect from January 31. Sunderland City Council announced that they would no longer be collecting rubbish bags from the top of bins or beside them. The change is the latest move to try and encourage more people […]
The Mountain Daisy is under new management with the new team hoping to keep prices as competitive as possible for customers. The historic pub which is located on Hylton Road in Millfield, Sunderland, is a grade II listed building and was built in 1900. The pub also has a corner ceramic bar which is one […]
The multi-purpose building has now been open for over four years and is situated next to the Stadium of Light; it hosts events such as five-a-side football and basketball. Although the building has been open for four years now and many people in and around the area are unaware of what the building has to offer […]
The interactive map below contains the nine main bowling alleys throughout the North East. The very best bowling alleys Newcastle and Sunderland has to offer.
The North East sculptor behind the beloved “Tommy” sculpture has revealed further projects within the area.