The 2017 Tyne and Wear Heritage Conference - May 13th - Tickets on sale now!
The next TWHF Conference will be held on May 13th 2017 at the fantastic Wallsend Memorial Hall.
Our Keynote Speakers will be The Viscount Ridley DL, John Grundy and The Rt Hon. the Lord Beith.
The Conference will be a celebration of the industrial and social heritage of Tyne & Wear and the wider region and will feature :
Lessons from the ongoing community projects supported by the Forum
Presentations of best practice for local heritage groups
Keynote Speakers - Lord Alan Beith and Viscount Matt Ridley
Our Popular Workshops
The Conference is Supported by Historic England
Free Car Parking will be available on the nearby old Swan Hunters site
Contact us on email@example.com if you are interested in sponsoring this event or require more info or would just like to be added to our mailing list.
John Grundy announced as Speaker for our Conference
We're delighted to be welcoming Architectural Historian and Broadcaster John Grundy to our fantastic line-up for our 2nd Annual Conference on May 13th.read more
TWHF Conference - Tickets on Sale Now!
Tickets are on sale now for TWHF's 2017 Conference!read more
New TWHF Member - Friends of Segedunum
TWHF's newest member is the Friends of Segedunumread more
TWHF New Member - Wallsend Local History Society
TWHF's newest member is the Wallsend Local History Society - who will be involved in our conference at Wallsend Memorial Hall on Sat May 13th.read more
National Trust - Hang Your Head!
An appalling decision by the National Trust - without consulting their members or local peopleread more
HeritageACT! Project - History of the Electricity Supply in NE England
Our HeritageACT! scheme supported by Historic England is now well under way. We thought we would update you with some of the projects that are running - this is the "History of the Electricity Supply in NE England"read more
HeritageACT! Project - Puffing Billy Trail
Our HeritageACT! scheme supported by Historic England is now well under way. We thought we would update you with some of the projects that are running - this is the "Puffing Billy Trail"read more
Land of Oak & Iron - Conserve, Enhance, Celebrate
Land Of Oak & Iron are TWHF's latest member.read more
Join our Mailing List!
Join TWHF's Mailing List hereread more
New HeritageACT! Leaflet
Our latest HeritageACT! Leaflet is now available which gives a brief overview of HeritageACT! itself.read more
The Border ReiversWallsend Local History Society
Mon 8th May 2017 - 7:00 PMmore details
Geordie Shore: the landscape & architecture of Industrial Tyneside & the Northumbria RivieraFriends of Segedunum
Thu 25th May 2017 - 11:00 AMmore details
1917 3rd Battle of YpresWallsend Local History Society
Mon 12th Jun 2017 - 7:00 PMmore details
The Iron HorseWallsend Local History Society
Mon 10th Jul 2017 - 7:00 PMmore details
Display of the society's archivesWallsend Local History Society
Mon 14th Aug 2017 - 7:00 PMmore details
Dowsing TunnelsWallsend Local History Society
Mon 11th Sep 2017 - 7:00 PMmore details
Swinging SixtiesFriends of Segedunum
Sat 30th Sep 2017 - 11:00 AMmore details
Cliffords Fort and the Lifeboat ConnectionWallsend Local History Society
Mon 9th Oct 2017 - 7:00 PMmore details
Hadrian’s Cavalry – review of the year’s eventsFriends of Segedunum
Sat 11th Nov 2017 - 11:00 AMmore details
Tynemouth and Cullercoats History TourWallsend Local History Society
Mon 13th Nov 2017 - 7:00 PMmore details
Killingworth Locomotive Sculpture
Last year the Newcastle & Northumberland Society was asked to support the Killingworth Local History Society in their campaign to have the Locomotive sculpture restored and placed in a prominent part of the town. The sculpture, which was fixed to the bridge link of the now demolished Killingworth Centre, was created by the late Charles Sansbury of Allendale [1916 -1989] and it was his own interpretation of the early development of railways...
Carter's Well, Low Fell
Low Fell Forum is a community organisation that was set up with support from Gateshead Council. Our latest case study involves the Low Fell Forum and their plans for Carter's Well on Durham Road. The pump and commemorative plaque on Durham Road is pictured.