Sites: This is the section of street map
sites. You just type in a postcode and you will find the street
map. Who needs an A-Z now then?.
map.co.uk This site
provides address searching and street map facilities for the UK.
We currently have street and road maps for the whole of mainland
Map The leading
site for maps and travel directions on the web. Multimap provides
free access to:
Discover local services and stores, examine property prices, nearby
schools and your council's record, search classified ads and entertainment
listings and much more
This is a French site so it covers
more than just the UK. It says it covers the World.
offer excellent digital maps using Ordnance Survey and Get
Mapping enabling you to view the whole country on your computer.
they also have software for in-car GPS systems and Marine systems.
Mapping Superb aerial
photo maps. Put in your post code and see your house from the air.
Really good maps.
Royal Mail site is the one
that have found most useful and simple to use. You can also
go the other way and find addresses from existing post codes.
code finders: to
help with the above street maps that all require a post code to
The site where the large scale maps for walkers and cyclists are
Welcome to e-street's improved city guide. It's faster, more reliable, easier to use and now includes
12 cities in the UK and Ireland. e-street.com is a free online
business directory providing a completely different and
revolutionary way to search for places to visit, shop, eat, drink,
party and stay.
- Timeout City guides
Time Out takes you straight to the action with
city guides to the world's top 34 cities. We review thousands
of the best restaurants, clubs and bars, assess the hotels and show
you the finest sights and shows. Wherever you're going, we have the
lowdown on this month's hottest events.
Wish you were here This is the site from the
famous TV series.
You can find information on the current places they have visited.
is passionate about bringing people together, about understanding
our world, and about people sharing experiences that enrich everyone's lives. We
aim to inspire people to explore, have fun, and travel often. And we strive to
provide travellers everywhere with reliable, comprehensive and independent
minutes away Excellent
site that is a directory of services and facilities available for
motorists within 5 minutes of each motorway junction, so you should
never find yourself stuck for somewhere to go.
- Walking World
Go to Find a Walk and click anywhere on the UK map for the easy search for all walks within 50 miles.
For a more specific search click on the Advanced Search button and select a walk by area,
walk grade or length.
Walking in the UK is fun... walking is healthy... and we make it easy for you to
find a UK walk that is suited to your
level of fitness and ability.
We organise and run friendly and informal treks, hikes, climbs and ski-tours in
high places worldwide. Successful since 1988.Details of all our trips, and a vast majority of our detailed itineraries are
now available online, on this website. Please contact the office for a copy of
our brochure as well if you prefer.
is where I live. Blyth UK. Loads of information about my local area
if it should interest you Northumberland's largest town, with a
thrice weekly market. Historically it grew as the major seaport
for the export of Northumberland coal. It also had its own deep
mines, the last of which, Bates Colliery, closed in the early 1980's.
There is a Street map.
- Blyth Net Here
you will find information on all aspects of Blyth in
Northumberland. Browse the photo album, post your thoughts
on the message board, find shops or services or find
the latest news, music and current happenings. It is
all here at your finger tips. Should you find something
missing or have any suggestions for improving the site,
please don't hesitate to let us know.
Pictures of Blyth
contains photo's of Blyth from the past, the
present and also showing the old photos along with the present day photo. Now
includes the present day Public House's of Blyth, and Coming Soon Photos of
Blyth Power Station Chimneys being demolished
East Digital gives excellent post card images of the north
of England in days gone by. The images are of actual post cards in
monochrome and tinted. An excellent site for historical photographs.
website contains a range of learning resource material that reflects Northumberland’s heritage,
providing a base for studying the County’s history.
The website provides a starting point for understanding the development of communities in
Northumberland. It also seeks to illustrate the range of sources for family and local
history research that are available via Northumberland Archives Service.
Photographs is an excellent site for those living in my home
town. It doesn't stop there however. The region is well covered with
many more towns plus ordnance survey maps, plans, manuscripts and
other printed material. A very interesting site.
Churches is a portal site for all the churches in Blyth
giving service times, history and events.
Seaton Delaval web site is there to promote the local
history of the Northumberland village of Seaton Delaval, seen through the eyes
of the local people.
East on-line: Is an excellent
Geordie site about the north east of England and Newcastle. New
features like the Ex-Pats section will help Geordies all over the
world keep in touch with friends, family and loved ones at home.
Local communities, schools and charities can have their own web
You can also chat to new friends, take part in online discussions.
The Web North East 1-4
the Web, the one for the North East of England, has developed an
interesting and informative site for locals and visitors to the
North East. The site attracts hundreds of visitors seeking out information
and businesses throughout the area. The Tyne Bridge Webcam has been
in operation since June 2000 and has proved to be of great interest
to visitors both local and world wide.
Buses and timetables for the main bus from my home to the
major cities locally.
and Dragon Inn: Located in
the heart of Wensleydale in a pretty village, amongst glorious scenery,
the George and Dragon Inn is a charming old Yorkshire Dales inn
dating from the 17th century, and is full of character. This inn
ghas superb food and gave me one of the best breaks I have ever
is a unique and exciting cluster
of eleven cottages, family designed, constructed and managed, set
in the landscaped grounds of an extensive old walled garden.
Web: This is the site of
the beautiful Skipton and the surrounding area. I have had a great
holiday in that area and it really is worth a visit.
under Kilnsey Crag alongside the route of the original pack-horse
road, the Tennant Arms was built in the seventeenth century as a
coaching inn serving travellers passing through Wharfedale. It is
ideally situated for walking and touring, and is within easy reach
of the market town of Skipton and spa towns of Harrogate and Ripon,
or for visiting Bolton Abbey and numerous local castles
Magnesia Bank is a pub in
North Shields (North UK)
Renowned for our Live Music throughout the World, the 'Mag' continues to
feature, local, national and international artists both in the bar and The Bank
As a past Live Music Pub of Great Britain winner we maintain a policy of FREE
entertainment 3 nights a week plus extra events such as our highly successful
'Blues & Booze' Bank Holiday weekends. Well worth a visit if your in the area.
Weekends: remains the UK’s first and only weekend break
specialist, with more than 2000 weekends featured both at home and
abroad. Launched in June 2000 and now work with around 100
- different suppliers, from the
biggest names in the travel industry to small, specialist tour
operators and individual hotels
to escape from the stresses of everyday life. Prepare to do as much
or as little as you like. Prepare to indulge your every interest,
from hill walking to bird watching, fishing to golf. This
is the freedom you can enjoy with a country cottage holiday.
lodge: Whenever you travel,
you'll find a Travelodge offering superb facilities and unbeatable
value. We have lodges in over 200 locations nationwide, on motorways
and A roads, in town and city centres, near tourist attractions
and areas of outstanding natural beauty.
Come on into Geordie Pride and find out all about
the culture and humour that makes a Geordie. Just make sure that you enjoy
South Shields Sand dancers
Their aim is to make this web site the biggest single source of
information for the people of South Shields and our next
door neighbours. As you will see as you look around our site we
have a strong tropical theme to it on many of our pages, this came
about in response to yet another so called "news
article" in the national press about how its still "grim
up north". Visit this site and find out its not so grim!