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WHILE Caedmon was still singing at Whitby, in another Northumbrian village named Jarrow a boy was born.
In the monastery of Jarrow all who could read, or preach, or sing were killed by it.
Extracts are from a letter of Cuthbert, afterwards Abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow, to his friend Cuthwin.
It had been created from a Cold War bunker in the park in 1967 by artist Vince Rea, who still lives in Jarrow.
JARROW UNDER-13s V BILLINGHAM UNDER-13s BILLINGHAM Under-13s showed today that they were maturing into a well-organised team.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- Jarrow Formulas, recognized in July by Nutrition Business Journal, selected BioCell Collagen II -- a patented and clinically supported natural ingredient to enhance the effectiveness of two new Jarrow Formulas products -- Skin Optimizer and Hyaluronic Acid Complex.
Tipton Town's FA Vase dream was shattered in heart-breaking - and controversial - fashion in a penalty shoot-out against Jarrow Roofing.
Keeper GaryHoggethwas the hero for Jarrow saving Tim Johnson's fourth penalty for Tipton.
For 30 years Vince Rea ran the Bede Gallery in Springwell Park in Jarrow, which he converted from a Cold War bunker.
Tonight's 7pm kick-off at the home of Newcastle Thunder sees local clubs represented, including Cramlington Rockets, Jarrow Vikings, Wallsend Eagles, Peterlee Pumas, Gateshead Storm and Whitley Bay Barbarians.
Jarrow Products, with $12 million in sales, is a leader in magnetic and foam weatherstrip for exterior steel doors and appliance gaskets for the commercial refrigeration industry.