Ryhope Village. This once rural settlement can be traced back to 930AD when it was recovered from the Scots by the Saxon King Athelstan. It was evolved as a 3-row village about a triangular green and was once popular with Bishops of Durham for sea bathing.

Photo of Blue plaque № 40386
Simon Harriyott on Flickr

by City of Sunderland

Colour: blue




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