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Old August 31st, 2019, 11:33 AM   #1
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Heritage Open Days - 2019

Heritage Open Days 2019 Main Website, https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/about

This year's festival will run 13-22 September

Use https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting to see what is on

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Thanks Ken.

2019 will be our 11th Heritage Open Days covered on the forum, and 9th with its own thread . . .

Quote:
HERITAGE OPEN DAYS - THE ANNUAL TYNE & WEAR OPEN DAYS . . .
Heritage Open Days - 2001
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showp...postcount=5414
Heritage Open Days - 2010
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showp...postcount=1126
Heritage Open Days - 2011
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1440156
Heritage Open Days - 2012
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1532720
Heritage Open Days - 2013
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1647366
Heritage Open Days - 2014
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1725383
Heritage Open Days - 2015
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1826901
Heritage Open Days - 2016
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1898169
Heritage Open Days - 2017
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=2015261
Heritage Open Days - 2018
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=2099207
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Heritage for all in Gateshead, September 2019

From Gateshead Council News website on 11/09/19

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Heritage for all in Gateshead

This autumn people in Gateshead have the chance to explore interesting and quirky heritage sites on their doorstep - for free!

Every September Heritage Open Days allows people a chance to explore, discover and travel around the many favourite places in their local area. There is free access to many sites which usually charge for admission with some venues offering special tours and activities.

This year is the 25th anniversary and to celebrate there are 10 days of events on offer to the public around the Borough.

Some of the highlights in Gateshead include:

Saturday 21 September 11am
Headstones and Heritage Guided Tour, St Mary's Heritage Centre

Saturday 14 and 21 September 10am-8pm and Sunday 15 and 22 September 10am-5pm
Dunston Staiths

Saturday 14 September at 2pm and Tuesday 17 September at 1pm
Saltwell Park Heritage Walk

Sunday 22 September 10-4pm
Bensham Grove Community Centre


Full article, with text about the above events, on https://www.gateshead.gov.uk/article...l-in-Gateshead

For more Heritage Open Days taking place around Gateshead in September visit www.heritageopendays.org.uk, or follow on Twitter @HeritageOpenDay

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Heritage Open Days 2019

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Heritage Open Days 2019 - visits made, things viewed, pictures taken to date

No posts from me yet for Heritage Open Days 2019

Trying to avoid duplication of visits, postings etc on list above:-

The following are visits made, things viewed, pictures taken to date

Friday 13/09/19

Customs House, South Shields (still available at 1200 until 22/09/19)


The Customs House Tour
The Customs House, Mill Dam, South Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE33 1ES

Explore this beautiful venue that provides the community with a wide range of cultural events and activities for people of all ages all year round. The tour invites you to learn about the rich history of this incredible building est. 1848.

The theatre offers arts and entertainment for all, serving the residents of South Tyneside and beyond with a varied programme of live performance, cinema, visual arts and projects for children and young people. There will also be a self-guided craft activity available in Dame Bella's Restaurant


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...ms-house-tour2

Very fortunate that the approx 75 minutes guided tour, for 6 people, was made by Ray Spencer MBE, Executive Director, The Customs House Trust Ltd, the only one he is to take - lot of good information, "from the boss" and lot of pictures taken, inside and out

Saturday 14/09/19

Newcastle Castle

Castle Garth, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 1RQ

Come and visit Newcastle Castle to meet some of the colourful medieval characters who will be inhabiting the ancient halls and get a selfie from the roof with the most amazing views of Newcastle as a backdrop.

Newcastle Castle will be open for free on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th of September for all visitors. Feel free to explore the 13th century gatehouse and the magnificent 12th century Keep – the imposing tower that lay at the heart of the Castle that gave its name to the city. Throughout the day members of our in-house re-enactment group the Newcastle Array will be portraying medieval characters in the chambers of the Keep, demonstrating medieval cookery, weapons and more.


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...wcastle-castle

Arrived early at 1000 lot of pictures taken from the Keep roof area - to be posted this thread and across other "project threads"


Sunday 15/09/19

Church of the Divine Unity, visits 21 & 22/09/19 available

Church of the Divine Unity, Ellison Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 8XG

The Church of the Divine Unity is one of Newcastle’s only Art Deco churches. Normally closed except for worship, the Grade-II listed building is one of the city’s hidden gems. This year may be its last Heritage Open Days, as the church is being sold.

Opened in 1940, The Church of the Divine Unity is one of Newcastle’s only Art Deco churches. Designed by the same firm of architects as the towers of the Tyne Bridge, the Grade-II listed Church of the Divine Unity, with its Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired, cinematic architecture, truly is one of Newcastle’s hidden gems. Normally closed except for worship, these Heritage Open Days could be your last chance to visit one of the city’s most startling revelations, as the sale of the building that began last year is still ongoing.

On your visit you can take in a self-guided tour of The Church of the Divine Unity, which comprises three halls; the main church, the Durant Hall and the Turner Hall. Like a secret cathedral in the heart of the city, the main church was designed to seat several hundred and includes an upstairs gallery.

BUT NOT

The Durant Hall has a full theatre stage and badminton court, and the Turner Hall has a smaller stage where Newcastle Unitarians hold worship in the winter. You may even hear the church’s original organ being played.


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...e-divine-unity

ALSO Spotted in a couple of locations

Vintage Bus Tour - Newcastle

Rear Car Park, Civic Centre, Off Sandyford Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 8QH

Join the Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society and take a unique tour on a classic vintage bus through the historic streets of Newcastle.

The Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society preserve local vintage buses to give members of the public an opportunity to ride, touch, smell, and see what buses used to be like. They are involved in the restoration, storage, and rallying of vintage vehicles. Join the Society and take a very special tour on a classic vintage bus through the historic streets of Newcastle.
The tour begins in the centre of Newcastle and covers Grainger Street, Grey Street, Central Station, the Castle Keep, the Ouseburn Basin. The vintage bus will be one of the Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society’s collection, crewed by volunteers, members of the Society. There will be one or more brief stops and members of the public will have chance to inspect the bus and have their questions answered. The commentary will cover the buildings and places on the tour.Civic Centre car park.


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...tour-newcastle

Postings to follow in due course

With event on until 22/09/19 I am hoping to take in a few more meaning it may be a few days after a visit before information, text and pictures appear

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Heritage Open Days 2019, Vintage Bus associated with Tour around Newcastle -pictures 14/09/19



Join the Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society and take a unique tour on a classic vintage bus through the historic streets of Newcastle.

The Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society preserve local vintage buses to give members of the public an opportunity to ride, touch, smell, and see what buses used to be like. They are involved in the restoration, storage, and rallying of vintage vehicles. Join the Society and take a very special tour on a classic vintage bus through the historic streets of Newcastle.

The tour begins in the centre of Newcastle and covers Grainger Street, Grey Street, Central Station, the Castle Keep, the Ouseburn Basin. The vintage bus will be one of the Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society’s collection, crewed by volunteers, members of the Society. There will be one or more brief stops and members of the public will have chance to inspect the bus and have their questions answered.


Pictures by myself from Sunday 14/09/19 approx 1130 showing the vintage bus making tours around Newcastle as part of Heritage Open Days 2019

By the Castle Keep









Turning onto Westgate Rd





Approx 1145 in Bigg Market




Also doing its journey around the city centre, the Toon Tour bus, pictured on John Dobson St, Newcastle at approx 1245





See more on posts #2116 & 2117 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...82512&page=106

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Heritage Open Days 2019, Newcastle Castle – pictures 13/09/19 Part 1 of 6

On Saturday 13/09/19 approx 1000 visited Newcastle Castle as part of Heritage Days 2019

Newcastle Castle

Castle Garth, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 1RQ

Come and visit Newcastle Castle to meet some of the colourful medieval characters who will be inhabiting the ancient halls and get a selfie from the roof with the most amazing views of Newcastle as a backdrop.

Newcastle Castle will be open for free on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th of September for all visitors. Feel free to explore the 13th century gatehouse and the magnificent 12th century Keep – the imposing tower that lay at the heart of the Castle that gave its name to the city. Throughout the day members of our in-house re-enactment group the Newcastle Array will be portraying medieval characters in the chambers of the Keep, demonstrating medieval cookery, weapons and more.


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...wcastle-castle

Pictures taken by myself were generally those on and from the Keep roof area, the main purpose of the visit, getting a “different” view on ongoing construction projects etc.

Made a previous Heritage Open Day visit in 2106, see my pictures showing views of the interior and exterior of the Castle on:-

Post #100 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...1898169&page=5

And posts #101 to 114 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...1898169&page=6


Pictures by myself over 6 posts) from Saturday 13/09/19 approx 0930 & 1030 (external views) and in period approx. 1000 – 1030



The Black Gate



Recent pictures of the passenger lift installed in 2014, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showp...&postcount=233



Lot more information and pictures about the whole castle on that same thread, "The "Old Newcastle" Project, Newcastle", see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1549794















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Heritage Open Days 2019, Newcastle Castle – pictures 13/09/19 Part 2 of 6

Part 2 of 6

Pictures by myself from Saturday 13/09/19 in period approx. 1000 – 1030 from roof area of the Castle Keep, Newcastle

Some views of the roof area, turrets etc













Views

across River Tyne into Gateshead

Swing Bridge, Newcastle Gateshead Hilton Hotel and in background Trinity Square Development, Gateshead (see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1175839)





Riverside buildings including former Baja Beach Club set to become offices



High Level Bridge, Brett Oils site, on river bank, set for proposed development



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Heritage Open Days 2019, Newcastle Castle – pictures 13/09/19 Part 3 of 6

Part 3 of 6

Pictures by myself from Saturday 13/09/19 in period approx. 1000 – 1030 from roof area of the Castle Keep, Newcastle

Brett Oils site, on river bank set for proposed development, the 4 brick clad Barn Close housing blocks, the rendered St Cuthberts Court, with in the middle view the Ochre Yards long time housing development, main stone building still to have conversion carried out, (see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1668807 )









East down the river to see Gateshead Millennium Bridge and the Baltic





Tyne Bridge with on Gateshead riverside the Hillgate Quay - The 'By The River Brew Co' Container Project, Gateshead , see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=988109





Views including Queen Elizabeth II metro bridge, ongoing Innside by Melia Hotel (former Bridgeside Office) Development at Bridge Court, Close, Newcastle, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1982428





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Heritage Open Days 2019, Newcastle Castle – pictures 13/09/19 Part 4 of 6

Part 4 of 6

Pictures by myself from Saturday 13/09/19 in period approx. 1000 – 1030 from roof area of the Castle Keep, Newcastle

The Moot Hall, Newcastle



The Turnbull Building



Roman House student accommodation, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=988765 , the buildings off Forth St and in background the buildings of Forth Bank, the Stephenson Quarter



Newcastle Central Station - unfortunately no long distance trains to Edinburgh and beyond to be seen passing The Keep due to engineering works on ECML north of Morpeth, being diverted via Carlisle, so only the short "local" trains











The recently reclad tower of Parsons Building, Newcastle College, see within https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=985422 with behind it Cruddas Park House, part of Cruddas Park / Riverside Dene - Redevelopment, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1501111



Sleeperz Hotel, Newcastle, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=982098



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Heritage Open Days 2019, Newcastle Castle – pictures 13/09/19 Part 5 of 6

Part 5 of 6

Pictures by myself from Saturday 13/09/19 in period approx. 1000 – 1030 from roof area of the Castle Keep, Newcastle

The under construction 27 storey Hadrian's Tower, 27 Rutherford St, Newcastle, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1905375 with some of the new buildings on Newcastle Helix, former Science Central on site of former Scottish & Newcastle Breweries, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=981092











St James Park Football Ground



St Nicholas St, the Anglican St Nicholas Cathedral





Cloth Market



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Heritage Open Days 2019, Newcastle Castle – pictures 13/09/19 Part 6 of 6

Part 6 of 6

Pictures by myself from Saturday 13/09/19 in period approx. 1000 – 1030 from roof area of the Castle Keep, Newcastle

Newcastle City Centre, east including the Bewick Court tower block







55 Degrees North (former Swan House) building and ECML to the north



Newcastle Crown Courts, Gateshead Millennium Bridge





Former Tyne Tees Television site, City Rd, now including student accommodation blocks, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1017895



Gateshead Millennium Bridge with in the background the mouth of the Ouseburn



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Heritage Open Days 2019, Church of the Divine Unity, Durant Hall, Ellison Place, Newcastle – information & pictures 14/09/19 Part 1 of 12

The Church of the Divine Unity, Durant Hall, Ellison Place, Newcastle has had previous coverage on the forum including on:-

RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS, Churches and other Religious Places - Newcastle and the North East thread post #1141 on 18/02/17 – British Listed Buildings web site text, Google aerial view & pictures of some of the exterior by Steve Ellwood

Link, https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showp...postcount=1141

QUESTIONS about Newcastle and the North East - ASK A QUESTION HERE thread post #2631 - 2640
Link, https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...e=132&langid=6

And posts #2641 – 2643 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...46553&page=133

(Also in Religious Buildings thread at same time, posts #314 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...513385&page=16 onwards)


On Sunday 14/09/19 approx 1200 and spent approx. 45 minutes visiting The Church of the Divine Unity, Durant Hall, Ellison Place, Newcastle as part of Heritage Days 2019 event and took pictures both externally and internally on a tour of the building, assisted by Self Guided Tour document (copy over following posts)

From the Heritage open days 2019 website:-

Church of the Divine Unity, (visits 21 & 22/09/19 available)

Church of the Divine Unity, Ellison Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 8XG

The Church of the Divine Unity is one of Newcastle’s only Art Deco churches. Normally closed except for worship, the Grade-II listed building is one of the city’s hidden gems. This year may be its last Heritage Open Days, as the church is being sold.

Opened in 1940, The Church of the Divine Unity is one of Newcastle’s only Art Deco churches. Designed by the same firm of architects as the towers of the Tyne Bridge, the Grade-II listed Church of the Divine Unity, with its Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired, cinematic architecture, truly is one of Newcastle’s hidden gems. Normally closed except for worship, these Heritage Open Days could be your last chance to visit one of the city’s most startling revelations, as the sale of the building that began last year is still ongoing.

On your visit you can take in a self-guided tour of The Church of the Divine Unity, which comprises three halls; the main church, the Durant Hall and the Turner Hall. Like a secret cathedral in the heart of the city, the main church was designed to seat several hundred and includes an upstairs gallery.

BUT NOT AVAILABLE TO BE VISITED

The Durant Hall has a full theatre stage and badminton court, and the Turner Hall has a smaller stage where Newcastle Unitarians hold worship in the winter. You may even hear the church’s original organ being played.


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...e-divine-unity

Location of the building, being very close to the A167 Central Motorway East (CME), adjacent the main campus of the University of Northumbria and other commercial premises, see scanned copy of Google Maps image



In addition to text available in the Guide this article about William Durant on http://www.newcastleunitarians.org.u...illiam-durant/

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William Durant c1662-1681

This article about one of the founders of our church, William Durant, was written by Maurice Large, current Acting Secretary (and long-standing member) of the Newcastle Unitarians.
William Durant is regarded as the father of the Newcastle Unitarian Church, one of the oldest non-conformist churches in the UK. The street near the Church of the Divine Unity is named “Durant Road” in his honour.




In a chat with 2 members of the congregation who were hosting the event I was informed that:-

The current congregation is a maximum 20 people, generally around 15 in attendance

The nearest Churches of the Divine Unity are in Edinburgh and Penrith

The proposed sale (mentioned in Heritage Open Days website article) is not progressing as well as noted

The central heating, which costs a large amount to run due to large volume of rooms is inoperable

The tower (not available to be seen internally as part of tour) has cracks in it due to it being very close to the World War 2 bombing incident on 01 & 02/09/41 that caused major damage to the then nearby Manors Goods Station


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Heritage Open Days 2019, Church of the Divine Unity, Durant Hall, Ellison Place, Newcastle – information & pictures 14/09/19 Part 2

Part 2

Sunday 14/09/19 pictures

The approach from John Dobson St via Durant Rd. past junction with College St and onto Ellison Rd, Newcastle – the building well hidden by trees and the high level walkways





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