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  • It is said that Strawberry Place in Newcastle derives it's name from strawberries previously being grown here by nuns from near-by St Bartholomew’s , and used to made strawberry wine! (the nunnery was demolished in the 19th century, but is commemorated in the name of Nun Street). The Strawberry (pub) is located here on Strawberry Place.

    A former beerhouse which became a fully-licenced pub of Duncan & Daglish's Westgate Hill Brewery. It was bought by WB Reid in 1925 for £3500. In 1933 the licensed premises were restricted to the ground floor.

    The Strawberry, Newcastle.

    • All our prints are printed on high end professional photographic archival papers (matt/gloss) using long life inks.


      Framed in a generic plain black frame with acrylic front protection and acid free mount.


      Unframed prints are mounted in an acid free and FSC Certified mount with backing board.


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