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While the Port Books record all the imports into Southampton between 14, the Durham accounts record all the expenditures of the abbey between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. Again the attestations for its usage are mainly drawn from Durham and Port Books with the earliest attestation listed dating to about 1370.Both Hollycroft and The Old Stable Cottage are ideally situated for the County Cricket ground at the Riverside which is within walking distance.Well-preserved commanding officer's bath house with hypocaust heating system.Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England, DL14 8DJ Heritage Rating: Partial remains of a Roman bridge, including foundations and abutment stones, now lying in a farm field.Don`t forget that we are on the main route between Durham and Newcastle, the former offering historic views and walks around the Cathedral , Castle, Market Place and river and the latter the bustling shops of Eldon Square, many buildings of architectural interest ,the Quayside, the Baltic Art Gallery and the Millennium Bridge to name but a few of their places of interest. While visiting, why not enjoy the beautiful riverside setting and woodland walks?New College Durham - 3.71 miles New College Durham is a college of further and higher education located at Framwellgate Moor, Durham.

Due to the growing success of the city centre visitor attraction, the clients required additional supporting facilities with the aim of creating a much needed public face.This brief informed the buildings form and aesthetic with its steeply pitched roof and soft materiality including reclaimed bricks and Western Red Cedar timber shingles.A well detailed tender package, a close relationship with the clients and main contractor saw this project completed on time and on budget.Lumley Castle, a very picturesque and popular venue for weddings is also easily accessible.Beamish Museum is only three miles away by road and many of our visitors come to see this wonderful, historic, outdoor working attraction. Durham Dating from the 13th century, these extensive and beautiful priory ruins stand on one bank of the River Wear.