Edited by administrator Admin3 February 6, 2018, 8:32 pm
Thank you for the compliment.
24th December, 1884:
A new school was proposed to be built on the corner of Oak Street/Birch Street, Jarrow, to accommodate 600 children.
11th May, 1885:
The Industrial Co-operative Society, of Ormonde Street, Jarrow, sent out tenders to builders for the erection of new premises and house in Hill Street and Birch Street, Jarrow.
Mac, the earliest mention of the Co-operative Society in Birch Street, Jarrow, as being open for business, is 25th February, 1888 - possibly, as it was so large, it took about three years to build.
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