Tynemouth


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Tynemouth

(ˈtaɪnˌmaʊθ)
n
(Placename) a port in NE England, in North Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear, at the mouth of the River Tyne: includes the port and industrial centre of North Shields; fishing, ship-repairing, and marine engineering. Pop: 17 056 (2001)

Tyne•mouth

(ˈtaɪn məθ, ˈtɪn-)

n.
a seaport in Tyne and Wear, in NE England, at the mouth of the Tyne River. 72,000.
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Many will be familiar with Tynemouth Plaza, the distinctive Victorian-built attraction that overlooked the Longsands.
Starting from the entrance to Tynemouth Priory and Castle we walk down the slope of Pier Road with the sailing club house close to the beach on our left hand side.
Summary: A member of the public mistook the planet Jupiter for distress flares sparking a search by Tynemouth RNLI lifeboat and an RAF helicopter.
Ewan Charlton became the first person in living memory to be christened on board the Tynemouth RNLI boat yesterday.
Ewan Charlton became the first personin living memory to be christened on board the Tynemouth RNLI boat yesterday.
GRAEME Hallam and Vince Howe were re-elected chairman and vicechairman of Tynemouth Cricket Club at the club's 171st annual meeting .
TYNEMOUTH has become the first place in the North East to be awarded plasticfree status after a campaign to rid the coastline of harmful materials.
TYNEMOUTH has become the first place in the North East to be awarded plastic-free status after a campaign to rid the coastline of harmful materials.
REPORTS of a distressed man in Tynemouth sparked a major search from emergency services.
With the historic Priory towering above and beautiful beaches on the doorstep, Tynemouth has long been considered the jewel in the crown of Tyneside.
TAHIR Khan and David Hymers were the heroes as Tynemouth defeated Shotley Bridge by 18 runs to lift the Tyneside Charity Bowl.