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Below is a list of all the websites featured in the 'Wellinever' collection. Click on a link to visit a project website.

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Link  Description  
  Folk Archive Resource North East (FARNE)  From here you can access 4,000 songs, tunes, sound recordings and photographs from across North East England, bringing the musical heritage of the region alive.  
  Gertrude Bell Archive  Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) was born in Washington, in what was then Co. Durham, but, when she was very young, she moved with her family to Redcar. She was educated first of all at home, and then at school in London; finally, in a time when it was not at all usual for a woman to have a university education, she went to Oxford to read history, and, at the age of twenty and after only two years study, she left with a first-class degree. 
  Grimm's Northumberland Sketchbooks  Samuel Hieronymus Grimm made his living accompanying well-to-do patrons on their travels around England in the late-18th century, capturing their journeys in detailed pen-and-ink drawings. 
  Sacred Book  Use this website to research and make your own unique artist's notebook, inspired by the Lindisfarne Gospels.

The Lindisfarne Gospels was created in Northumberland almost 1300 years ago. For Christians it contains God's message. For people of all faiths, and none, it is a magnificent object. It is a celebration of word, time and place.  
  Westall's War  105 people are killed when a single bomb from a lone German raider scores a direct hit on a public air raid shelter in North Shields....

Westall's War explores the Wilkinson's disaster using quotations from the novels to introduce archival sources.

This site is a memorial to those who lost their lives and a tribute to those who lived through it. 
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