Wearmouth Bridge was the biggest single span bridge in the world. Sunderland je izrastao iz tri naselja na samom ušću rijeke Wear. Carroll's connection with Sunderland, and the area's history, is documented in Bryan Talbot's 2007 graphic novel Alice in Sunderland. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Sunderland. This led to the invention of 'push bar' emergency doors. This had a big impact on Sunderland, which was selling more and more coal. See City of Sunderland. The Sunniside area now includes an Empire Cinema, Gala Casino and many surrounding eateries. The three original settlements of Wearmouth (Bishopwearmouth, Monkwearmouth and Sunderland) had started to join up. Sunderland is in North East England.It was a county borough, and is now part of the City of Sunderland in Tyne and Wear.It sits at the mouth of the River Wear.. Sunderland started as three small villages: Monkwearmouth was created in 674 when Saint Benedict Biscop started a monastery.Monkwearmouth is on the north side of the river. [13] As a result, much of the town centre was rebuilt in a boring concrete style. [8] It also has Friendship Agreements with Washington, DC, USA; and Harbin and Nanjing, both in the People's Republic of China.[8]. Translations . [18] There is a statue to Carroll in Whitburn library. Sunderland has produced a modest number of musicians that have gone on to reach international fame, most notably Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics. It was the first British town to be affected by 'Indian cholera' epidemic. The modern City of Sunderland (/ˈsʌndərlənd/) is a local government district of Tyne and Wear, in North East England, with the status of a city and metropolitan borough. Pages in category "Sunderland" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. UK_Sunderland@familyhistorymail.org Open Hours: 1. 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Sunderland is the largest city, by population and area, between Leeds and Edinburgh.[15]. The Codex Amiatinus, was written and painted at the monastery and was probably worked on by Bede who was born at Wearmouth in 673. At the elections of May 2007, the Labour Party continued their decline. Sunderland is twinned with: Essen, Germany and Saint-Nazaire, France. Az Északi-tenger partján, a Wear folyó torkolatánál, Newcastle upon Tyne-tól kb. Thus control over economic development, of the Museums and Archive Service, of the Tyne and Wear Fire and Civil Defence Authority and of the Passenger Transport Authority is exercised not by committees of directly elected county councillors but by nominees chosen by the elected members of the five district authorities. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, City of Sunderland Millennium Orchestral Society. In 2000, The Bridges shopping centre was extended to attract national chain stores. Although the city does not have a Cathedral, as it is located in the Diocese of Durham, it does have Sunderland Minster. Renowned film producer David Parfitt belonged to this company before achieving worldwide fame and is now a patron of the theatre. In the past it has also welcomed major bands such as The Beatles and The Kinks. [12], The Salford-born painter, L. S. Lowry, was a frequent visitor, staying in the Seaburn Hotel in Sunderland. This is most common in the summer months (April - September). [25] It takes place along the sea front at Roker and Seaburn, and is attended by over 1.2 million people annually. Bands and musicians from Yorkshire and North East England, FA Women's Premier League National Division. The centre receives over 26 million shopping visits every year. The new City Library Arts Centre, on Fawcett Street, also houses the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art. The library had about 300 books; all of them were hand written and painted. V prosinci téhož roku se nákaza rozšířila do Gatesheadu a poté se rozšířila do celé země a její obětí se stalo asi 32 000 … In particular, the east and south east – the old parish of Sunderland and the mining village of Ryhope – had lost population to the "New Town" of Washington. It was in Sunderland for 120 years, until 31 March 2007[34]. Large vats, called ‘’panns’’, of seawater were put on coal fires. Since the dissolution of Sunderland Nissan F.C., Sunderland itself now has only one non-league side, Sunderland Ryhope Community Association F.C. [7] After the 2015 General election the composition of the council was Labour 66, Conservative 6 and independent 3.[7]. Sunderland yew sûka dewleta Qraliya Yewbiyayiya. Leben. Sunderland (UK Parliament constituency), from 1832 to 1950 Sunderland A.F.C., a professional football team Alice in Sunderland, a comics history by Bryan Talbot of the Sunderland area and its connections to Lewis Carroll; Sunderland A.F.C. A surname . Each year on the last weekend in July, the city hosts the Sunderland International Airshow. The Royalty Theatre is the home of the amateur Royalty Theatre group who also put on a number of low-budget productions throughout the year. Pronunciation . Sunderland was put under quarantine, so that people could not leave the town. Seit 1974 ist die Stadt der namensgebende Kernort des größeren Metropolitan Borough City of Sunderland. Han er dermed ein by innanfor ein annan by, ein situasjon som ikkje er uvanleg i England. Since major boundary changes in 2010, there are three constituencies covering the City of Sunderland, all currently regarded as safe for the Labour Party: In the 1992, 1997, 2001 and 2005 General Elections, the former Sunderland South constituency was the first to declare the results, and the tradition was continued by the new Houghton and Sunderland South seat in 2010 and 2015. Robert Stephenson helped the engineers. The City of Sunderland is the 22nd largest borough in England and the largest in the North East. EPA/FELIPE TRUEBA EDITORIAL USE ONLY Doxford International Business Park, in the south west of the city, has attracted a host of national and international companies. However, as well as including the Sunderland it also includes a number of surrounding towns and villages, such as Washington, Houghton-le-Spring and Hetton-le-Hole. Keane has proved a big pull for the city in terms of attracting tourists to Sunderland, with the Tourism Office reporting a dramatic rise in the number of football fans coming to the city "mentioning his name"[35] as early as October 2006, just six weeks after Keane's appointment as manager. The last coal mine closed in 1994. [9] The children pushed down the stairs to the door. Echo 24 luxury apartments near the city centre. The Conservative party won all three seats in a new ward whose boundaries spanned several old wards. +44 0 191-528 5787 E-mail: 1. Women, who have been financially separated from the men's team since summer 2005. [4] The first victim, William Sproat, died on 23 October 1831. The last shipyard in Sunderland closed in 1988.[4]. It now has campuses in Sunderland, London and Hong Kong. A person born in Sunderland is sometimes called a Mackem. The Manchester painter, L S Lowry, was another frequent visitor, staying in the Seaburn Hotel in Sunderland. It was a county borough, and is now part of the City of Sunderland in Tyne and Wear. [22], Sunderland's first film company was established in 2008; and is known as "Tanner Films Ltd" and is based in the Sunniside area of the city. The statistics showed that people in Sunderland were more likely to log on to the social networking site than anywhere else in the UK. Sunderland station was rebuilt in November 1965 for football teams and officials from countries who were playing at Roker Park when England hosted the 1966 World Cup. The Manor Quay, the students' union on the campus of the University of Sunderland has also hosted the Arctic Monkeys, Maxïmo Park, 911, the Levellers and Girls Aloud in the past three years. Sunderland. Sunderland was a big trading port at the time. The Empire is the only theatre between Leeds and Glasgow big enough to put on such shows.[24]. More recently, Doves and Tim Burgess have performed DJ sets on club nights, and in summer 2007 the club hosted gigs from established bands such as The Zutons and The Maccabees. In the autumn of 2000 even this was taken over by Whitbread PLC. This is why he is often called The father of English history. The area of Castletown is made up of 99.3% white, 0.4% Asian and 0.2% mixed-race. It was given a. St. Peter's Campus of the University of Sunderland; North Haven, executive housing and marina at the old North Dock at Roker; the National Glass Centre, by St. Peter's Church; the Stadium of Light the 49,000-capacity home of Sunderland A.F.C. Two became independent members; one joined the Liberal Democrat party, becoming group leader after the 2004 municipal elections.[5]. Rowland Burdon MP pushed for the Wearmouth Bridge, which was built in 1796. Since 1992 it has had the status of a city and metropolitan borough . It is situated at the mouth of the River Wear. [8] At the bottom of the staircase, the door only opened inward and was bolted so that only one child at a time could get through. Esperanto: Sunderland estas havenurbo en la Urbo de Sunderland metropolo, en la kantono Tyne and Wear en North East England. The district was formed in 1974, titled the Metropolitan Borough of Sunderland, as part of the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972 and is an amalgamation of four former local government districts of County Durham. Britain's most popular long distance cycle route - The 'C2C' Sea to Sea Cycle Route - traditionally starts (or ends) when the cyclist dips their wheel in the sea on Roker beach. Sunderland has two local newspapers: the daily evening tabloid The Sunderland Echo, founded in 1873, and the Sunderland Star - a free newspaper. Sunderland is one of the most deprived cities in the North of England. The reorganisation of electoral areas saw major changes in all but two wards, but the elections of 10 June 2004, the first fought under the new boundaries, saw little change in the political representation of the City as a whole, with 61 Labour, 12 Conservative, and 2 Liberal Democrat councillors elected. 98.1% of the population are white, with 1% Asian and 0.4% mixed-race. [2] This settlement was granted a charter in 1179 by Hugh Pudsey, then the Bishop of Durham. Sunderland has the motto of Nil Desperandum Auspice Deo. As a metropolitan authority, Sunderland retained responsibility for waste collection, although disposal of the waste was a county function, and for education. A popular site is FreeBMD. Location Map: 1. The city extends to the seafront at Hendon and Ryhope (on the south) and Seaburn (on the north). When the water boiled, the salt was left behind. It was granted city status in 1992, the 40th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne. Other famous Sunderland musicians include punk rockers The Toy Dolls, who broke the top five of the charts with "Nellie the Elephant" in December 1984; the punk rock band Leatherface; the lead singer of dance outfit Olive, Ruth Ann Boyle, who achieved a UK chart-topper with "You're Not Alone" in May 1997, and has gone on to work with fellow chart-toppers Enigma; A Tribe of Toffs made number 21 with their cult hit "John Kettley is a Weatherman" in December 1988. On the south side of the river, the old Vaux Brewery site has been cleared so that new houses, shops and offices can be built close to the city centre. Wikipedia City of Sunderland on Wikipedia. Sunderland är en stad med omkring 283 500 invånare [1] och ligger i nordöstra England, Storbritannien, vid floden Wears utlopp i Nordsjön.. Staden ligger strax sydost om Newcastle och mellan de bägge städerna har det sedan länge funnits en ömsesidig rivalitet. The arrival of Roy Keane as Sunderland AFC's new manager in August 2006 has had a massive impact in Sunderland's once limited tourism industry. Airline Ryanair, moreover, recorded a 10% increase in passenger numbers travelling to Newcastle Airport on Fridays before a Sunderland home game, some 600 more than on other Fridays. This means Never Despair, Trust In God. In November 2004, after several years with no cinema, a Cineworld multiplex opened in the new River Quarter, an entertainment complex towards the east of the City Centre. The Victoria Hall was a large concert hall on Toward Road facing Mowbray Park. But overseas competition has forced the closure of all of Sunderland's glass-making factories. Sunderland; S. Sunderland A.F.C. Se sijaitsee Wearjoen suulla Pohjanmeren rannikolla. [20] Many of his paintings of seascapes and shipbuilding are based on Wearside scenes. The Nissan car plant and the nearby North East Aircraft Museum are on the site of the old Sunderland Airport. The area is part of the Anglican Diocese of Durham. Sunderland has not had a separate police force since 1967, when the Borough of Sunderland Police merged with Durham Constabulary. It is named after its largest settlement, Sunderland, but covers a far larger area which includes the towns of Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, and Washington, as well as a range of suburban villages. By 1835, the port of Sunderland was so important that its name was used when the three old villages became the a borough. In 686, the community was taken over by Ceolfrid, and Wearmouth monastery and its other site in Jarrow became very important places of learning in Anglo-Saxon England. The City of Sunderland is a local government district of Tyne and Wear, in North East England, with the status of a city and metropolitan borough. The City is now part of the Northumbria Police Force area. 16 km-re délkeletre fekszik.Lakossága 174 ezer fő volt 2011-ben. The Sunderland Empire Theatre, opened in 1907, is the largest theatre in the North East. season was the club's 141st season in existence, and their second consecutive season in the third tier of English football, after relegation from the Championship in the 2017–18 season.Along with competing in League One, the club participated in the FA Cup and EFL Cup as well as the EFL Trophy.The season covers the period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020. However, the Metro extension has not been viewed as a huge success with frequency of services cut due to a lack of demand. Thur:6:00pm-9:00pm. HMS Ocean, a Helicopter Landing Ship is Sunderland's adopted Royal Navy ship. Sûkê bıray. As the traditional industries have declined, electronics, chemicals, and paper making have replaced them. Jack Crawford was one of the first to die in the epidemic. Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens, on Borough Road, was the first publically funded museum in the country outside London. This committee said that public buildings should have outward opening emergency exits. Najstarije od njih na sjevernoj obali rijeke, kasnije nazvano - Monkwearmouth, niklo je pored samostana osnovanog 674. By 2004 there had been a considerable shift in population. English: Sunderland lies at the heart of the City of Sunderland, a metropolitan borough of Tyne and Wear, in North East England. Since the transfer in 2000 there have been a lot of improvements to the quality of social housing in the city. [16] The Jewish primary school, the Menorah School, closed in July 1983. Sunderland on noin 175 000 asukkaan rannikkokaupunki ja 277 000 asukkaan metropolihallintopiiri (metropolitan borough) Tyne ja Wearin metropolikreivikunnassa Koillis-Englannissa. The National Glass Centre opened in 1998, reflecting Sunderland's distinguished history of glass-making. The Mackem accent and dialect is often mistaken for Geordie by people not from the region, as the two tongues sound very similar in pronunciation and diction. The Empire is the only theatre between Leeds and Glasgow large enough to accommodate such shows.

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