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Ivor Crowther, head of the Heritage Lottery Fund in the North East, said: "George Stephenson's vital role in shaping the railways and his contribution to the industrial revolution is an integral part of North East heritage that everyone should know about and be able to appreciate.
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George Stephenson High School, in Killingworth, North Tyneside, has exceeded all energy reduction expectations and has cut its electricity consumption by 18% and its gas use by 22%.
TEN OF GEORGE STEPHENSON High School's finest, took part in the first ever North Tyneside Young Person's Question Time at the council offices on Thursday 16th October 2014.
RAILWAY pioneer George Stephenson is to be invested into a prestigious engineering hall of fame.
ON THE 15th to 19th of July 2014, a play about the life of George Stephenson and the creation of his steam locomotive 'Blucher' took place in the main hall of George Stephenson High School to commemorate 200 years since the locomotive started up.
A HERITAGE building on a railway that can trace its ancestry back to George Stephenson is to be saved from dereliction thanks to a new partnership.
Charity sleepover THURSDAY 23rd October was the night of the first charity sleepover at George Stephenson High School.
Children from Wylam First School and Newburn, Walbottle Village and Waverley Primary Schools joined in the fun at Wylam Countryside car Park, walking down the old waggonway to George Stephenson's Birthplace and back.
George Stephenson George Stephenson 3 Burnside 2 ON A BRIGHT and sunny afternoon at George Stephenson High School the new campaign for the Year 8 lads got underway.
George Stephenson High School's International Day will be held on tomorrow and will see the school transformed into a hub of multiculturalism, with a wide variety of activities taking place to highlight and raise awareness of traditions within other cultures.
Dr Paul Williams called on the new government in Westminster to change course and save George Stephenson House from closure.