Hebburn


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Hebburn

(hĕb`ûrn), town (1991 pop. 22,103), South Tyneside metropolitan district, NE England, on the Tyne River in the Newcastle upon Tyne metropolitan area. It has shipbuilding, electrical industries, and engineering works.
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Being on the Tyne, Hebburn Sea Cadets has been synonymous with boating.
HEBBURN Central - a PS13m state-of-the-art leisure and community facility - has heralded a new chapter for the historic industrial town.
The Willmott Dixon team behind Hebburn s new community hub invited local councillors to see the first steelwork put in place.
HEBBURN (BBC Two, Tuesday, 10pm) COMEDIAN Jason Cook's six-part comedy Hebburn established itself as one of the brightest new sitcoms of the year last autumn and now there's a new series and a Christmas special.
LAP SELLS HEBBURN SHOPPING CENTRE FOR [pounds sterling]4.
The discount food retailer has announced proposals to open a new branch on land off Glen Street, in Hebburn.
Gold medallist Josef Craig was on hand to open the new Hebburn Central development yesterday as the 'hub' in his home town opened its doors to the public for the first time.
The PS13m Hebburn Central building has opened its doors to the public and the official opening ceremony was carried out by the Hebburn-born gold medallist, alongside South Tyneside Mayor Richard Porthouse.
Hebburn Hall and the adjoining St John's Church - part of the conservation area - form a pair of important listed buildings which are a landmark feature of the Tyneside town.
THE opening of a new PS13m community hub called Hebburn Central is the latest step in the rejuvenation of the Tyneside town.
Deputy mayor and mayoress of South Tyneside, Councillor Richard Porthouse and his wife Pat, were welcomed to the stage with a fanfare from Hebburn-based TS Kelly Sea Cadets, before performing the Christmas lights switch-on in Hebburn.
Hebburn Hall, on Canning Street, Hebburn PAUL NORRIS