Mouth of the Tyne Festival

Mouth of the Tyne

Mouth of the Tyne Festival – Enjoy an exciting programme of dance, music and entertainment at Tynemouth Station throughout the weekend. Cloud Nine and Avanti Display will team up for lots of water-based fun in Leak, premiering at the Tynemouth Metro Station stage. Cloud Nine will also be performing their comic mime sketch show An Excess of Overcoats. View the incredible new multi-sensory installation BEES! The Colony presented by Artizani. Wander amongst the honey-perfumed Bee Colony, occasionally cloaked in smoke, interacting with 6 impossible Bee Hives. In each there is a surprising twist. Ethereal bookkeepers will keep an eye on proceedings. Linskill, Community Choir, Harmony Senior School and a selection of local music artists will provide fantastic musical entertainment. Timetable Saturday […]

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Nieurzyla Kitchen Collectibles

Nieurzyla Kitchen Collectibles

New to Tynemouth Markets is Nieurzyla Kitchen Collectibles who offer a massive selection of pottery, plates and memorabilia from their stall on the East Concourse near to the market office. Andrew and his wife set up shop in mid December 2013 and have steadily built up trade as they become more established. Many of the items the couple sell are inherited and some have been collected over the years. They enjoy better business when the mix of items they bring along that day is just right, rather than be effected by footfall and weather. “Having the right stuff at the right price is what we’ve found can produce a good day’s trade.” says Andrew Nieurzyla. Now fellow traders are helping […]

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Art of Glass a smash hit at Tynemouth

Art of Glass owner Carol Nicholson at Tynemouth Market.

Art of Glass – Business is booming for North Shields artist Carol Nicholson whose hand-painted glass art has become a smashing success. Carol, a talented artist of 30 years standing, has been trading at Tynemouth Market every Sunday for two-and-a-half years and her unique creations have become a popular item for regular visitors and new customers alike. After leaving college Carol began painting with watercolours, she then moved on to oils and acrylics but finally settled on producing her glass works of art using French glass paint. As well as selling her painted glassware, she also takes orders and commissions from customers who want their patio doors and windows decorated with her stunning designs. “Tynemouth is really good for me,” […]

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Restored Victorian Station is now fit for a Princess

Princess Anne reopens the newly refurbished Tynemouth Station

Restored Victorian Station is now fit for a Princess The Princess Royal officially opened the newly restored Tynemouth Station on 2nd July 2012 marking the completion of the £3.6m project.  The Historic Railway Station has been given the Royal seal of approval as the Princess Royal unveiled a plaque at Tynemouth Station.  The Grade II listed structure which was opened in 1882 by the North Eastern Railway and is now part of the Tyne and Wear metro.  The Victorian canopies were on the English Heritage buildings at risk register.  The extensive work has now seen it’s distinctive glazed canopies restored.  Princess Anne toured the new look station and met 22 of the 150 stall holders who trade regularly at Tynemouth Market.  The working […]

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Ellie’s cupcake kitchen arrives

Tynemouth Market welcomes Ellie’s cupcake kitchen. Selling 35 different cupcake variations with lots of different flavours to cater for all tastes and decorations to suit all ages. Karen who is the owner, started her business in March 2012. The business has expanded rapidly and Karen recently opened her own shop on Albion Road North Shields. Ellie’s cupcake kitchen will be trading at Tynemouth Market every Saturday and Sunday.. Call this weekend to the market and sample those delicious cupcakes. For that special occasion call to see Karen and order a fabulous celebration cake.. Share This:

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Royal seal of approval for Tynemouth Station from Princess Anne – News Guardian report

Princess Anne reopens the newly refurbished Tynemouth Station

Thank you to the News Guardian for their excellent news coverage “Royal seal of approval for Tynemouth Station” on the recent Royal opening of the refurbished station. Their report begins: A VICTORIAN station which underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment has been given the royal seal of approval. Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited Tynemouth Station today to view the restoration work of the historic station, unveiling a plaque to mark its completion. Hundreds of residents gathered at the station to catch a glimpse of Princess Anne as she met officials from each of the key partners, community groups and Tynemouth Market traders before being taken on a tour of the regenerated station, where the final phase began in August […]

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Heritage Skills Festival

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Heritage Skills Festival Friday 22nd June To Sunday 24th June 10am until 4-00 pm Free Admission Set in the stunning surroundings of the newly refurbished Tynemouth Station, the Heritage Skills Festival is a “Not To Be Missed” event. Celebrate the new lease of life which has been given to this beautiful historic building by discovering more about the traditional crafts that built it in 1882 and have helped to restore it for years to come. Watch traditional craftspeople in action, or roll up your sleeves, pitch in and get your hands dirty. Funded by English Heritage Demonstrations and Activities, over 40 different attractions. On Saturday and Sunday browse through the normal weekend market offering a diverse range of 100+ market […]

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Bank Holiday Diamond Jubilee Event

Bank Holiday Diamond Jubilee Event – Monday 4th June 2012 Tynemouth Markets is  pleased to announce the Grand Opening of the newly refurbished Victorian canopies bringing back the station to its former glory. Our bank holiday Diamond Jubilee event offers a variety of entertainment for all the family provided by North Tyneside Council from 11am to 4pm. Over 100 market stalls will be trading from 9am to 4pm. Share This:

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Soapbox soaps are best… bar none!

soapbox

When it comes to providing healthy and hygienic products at Tynemouth Markets Donald Ball’s hand-made soaps are cleaning up. The ‘Soapbox’ boasts an impressive array of hand-crafted bathroom wares, many of which are reproduced from his own unique recipes. Donald has been trading at Tynemouth Markets for more than two-and-a-half years, building a steady stream of regular customers eager to choose from a wide selection of scented and perfumed soaps. Here’s just a small sample of what’s on offer. Lavender Sea Minerals Honey and Oats Rose Fullers Earth and Pumice Tea Tree and Mint Lemon Grass and Lime (Donald’s best seller). Not only is there a great selection to choose from, but Donald will also create soaps to order. If […]

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Carry On Painting!

Saucy seaside art

Summertime at Tynemouth Markets is the perfect setting for artist Neill Woods, whose unique brand of saucy seaside art is in high demand. Neill offers a choice of beautiful coastal studies from Tynemouth to Bamburgh. However, his stunning hand-painted local scenes have a cheeky twist… the artwork includes scantilly clad ladies reminiscent of the 1930’s postcards by Donald McGill whose cartoon-style seaside scenes were all the rage right up to the 1980’s. Neill has worked in the advertising and design industry for more years than he’s prepared to admit and finally decided to strike out on his own a couple of years ago. He has been a regular at Tynemouth Markets for the past two years and is building quite […]

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