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PONTELAND LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY

Celebrating Ponteland History

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Present an Exhibition

 

Darras Hall Estate Centenary

A Hundred Years of the North’s Garden City

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From 22nd March 2010

 

United Reformed Church, Broadway, Darras Hall

 

Weekdays 9am to 5pm

 

Admission Free

 

 

During school term the Cafe is open 9.00 -12.30 Mondays & Fridays and 9.00 - 5.00 Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.  In school holidays it is closed on Mondays & Fridays.

 

PONTELAND LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY

Celebrating Ponteland History

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Images of England - Ponteland

Compiled by John Turner and published by Tempus Publishing Ltd.

This excellent collection of over 200 old photographs of Ponteland allows us a facinating glimpse at people, places and events in and around Ponteland over the last 100 years or so. All of this and much more besides is brought to life through this superb pictorial journey in time, accompanied by an informal and interesting  narrative. £13 including p and p (uk only)

 

Ponteland - Through the Twentieth Century

Written by Leslie Almond and published by Ponteland Local History Society.

This 60 page book is full of photogarphs and illustrations.   Subjects covered by the book include the Normans, Merton College involvement with Ponteland, buildings, schools  and village life.

Ponteland - One Thousand year of History

Written by Leslie Almond and published by Ponteland Local History Society.

This 64 page book covers the Coates Endowment and details about the school. There are also items on Farming life, the railway and activities around village life.

 

PONT ISLAND NEWS published by Ponteland Local History Society

This bi-annual publication contains short items of Local history such as ‘POW Camp 61, Darras Hall’ ‘Ponteland Cottage Homes’ and ‘Ponteland Pele Tower’ . An index can be found here.

Back issues are available at £3 each  including p and p - (UK only)

 

If you would like a copy of any of the above publications please send your name and address together with remittance (made payable to Ponteland Local History Society) to:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. J. M Taylor MBE CEng MICE FIHT

Woodlands, Prestwick Village,

Ponteland,

Newcastle Upon Tyne,  

NE20 9TX

Telephone 01661 824017

          EMail

 

The Society have published a number of books together with “Pont Island News” which contains a number of short local history items is published bi-annually and distributed to society members and available for purchase by non-members. Ponteland Historian is the Society’s newsheet distributed regularly to members

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Further copies priced £1 (including P+P) are available from the Society.

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