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Wallsend

(wôlz`ĕnd'), town (1991 pop. 44,542), North Tyneside metropolitan district, NE England, on the Tyne River in the Newcastle upon Tyne metropolitan area. Wallsend formerly had shipbuilding and engineering industries; today its economy centers around the manufacture of rope, glass, and computer chips. The town is the eastern terminus of Hadrian's WallHadrian's Wall,
ancient Roman wall, 73.5 mi (118.3 km) long, across the narrow part of the island of Great Britain from Wallsend on the Tyne River to Bowness at the head of Solway Firth. It was mainly built from c.A.D.
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Wallsend

a town in NE England, in North Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: situated on the River Tyne at the E end of Hadrian's Wall. Pop.: 42 842 (2001)
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Wallsend defeated East and then waited to see what would happen in the other match.
From Sunday, the route will run from Great Park Village, near Gosforth, to Wallsend Metro station, via the city centre, Newcastle's Quayside, and Walker.
The Committee of Delegates' resolution said Ms Hornery's dismissal was punishment for her opposition to privatisation in the Hunter region, 'particularly her strong and unswerving support to keep Wallsend Aged Care Facility in public hands'.
With the floodlights switched on from the start, Wallsend kicked off wearing the Steelers' rugby league shirts because of a colour clash.
After qualifying on goal difference over West Lancashire as runners-up of group B, Wallsend met Chester - the winners of Group A - in the semis.
Modern Wallsend dates from the late 18th century and was a coalmining centre with seven pits operating between 1778 and 1969.
With the floodlights switched on from the start Wallsend kicked off towards the Billingham team wearing the Rugby League Steelers' shirts because of a colour clash.
In the 22nd minute a through ball from Wallsend midfielder Julie Duggan set Colledge away one on one but Wigan's goalkeeper Jess Linford pulled off a wonderful save.
The development of the Swans site plays a major part in wider regeneration plans for the Wallsend area.
Wallsend broke the deadlock when player of the match Elizabeth Campbell opened the scoring after 25 minutes.
PLANS for the future of Wallsend have been revealed to the public.
After the British shipbuilding slump of the 1990s 'for sale' signs popped up along Wallsend High Street.