Monday, 22 September 2014

Felling Buildings on The Local List

These are special buildings or spaces in The Felling but are not "Listed".
They are of 
special local architectural and/or historic interest 
Suggested by the public and approved by a panel of independent specialists they are on
Gateshead Council's Local List

This is the List


5 and 7 Coldwell Street Felling
93-99 High Street Felling
ABC Nursery (former Labour Exchange), Holly House Holly Hill Felling
Bay Horse Inn Coldwell Street Felling
Bethel (former Beeswing Hotel), 1 Gosforth Street Felling
Felling Park Holly Hill Felling
Ford House (St. Wilfrid's Presbytery) Sunderland Road Felling
Former St. Alban's Vicarage Coldwell Lane Felling
Heworth Burn Heworth
 Heworth war memorial The Drive Heworth
J.E.M. Snooker Club (Former Mechanics' Institute), 8 Coldwell Street Felling
Pear Tree Inn Sunderland Road Felling
Jewish Shool (former Police Station) Sunderland Road Felling
The Blue Bell Hotel Victoria Square Felling
The Green Mandolin public house St. John's Place Felling
The Portland Arms public house, 7 Split Crow Road Felling

The Wheatsheaf public house, 26 Carlisle Street Felling

Here's the pics

5 and 7 Coldwell Street, The Felling. Formerly the Co-op, it is now a pet shop and gym

Former Bay Horse Inn, Coldwell Street, The Felling



J.E.M. Snooker Club (Former Mechanics' Institute), 8 Coldwell Street, The Felling


Former St. Alban's VicarageColdwell Lane, Windy Nook, The Felling


93-95 High Street, The Felling and The Blue Bell Hotel, Victoria Square. All that red bricked section on the photo


ABC Nursery






Holly House, Holly Hill, The Felling. Click the video to see why this utility building is special..it is very special, having this feature which is unique in the North East and is very rare in World terms



Edward VIII reigned for less than a year so very few buildings in the Commonwealth bore his Royal Cypher


Heworth Burn,(see the video) including Heworth war memorial





Nobody from The Felling needs convincing that Felling Park was special to the Felling Folk of old

This pic was taken just ahead of the parade to commemorate the commencement of WWI. See the video


The Beeswing Hotel




The Green Mandolin





The Pear Tree




The Pear Tree was around in 1812, the year of The Felling Pit Disaster


Listed Buildings in The Felling are here


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