Nuns Moor Park has a pleasant blend of formal and semi natural features, such as pleasing grassed areas with shrubbery's and trees offering welcome shade. Brighton Grove separates the two parts to this park.
13th October 2015
9th August 2009
2nd July 2007
8th March 2007
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park
- Urban Green Newcastle - Nuns Moor Park
- Greening Wingrove - Nuns Moor Park
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, Nursery Cottages
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, bowling greens
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, tennis court
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, Park House and clock
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, bowling green
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, Nissen hut platforms
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, Prisoner of War Camp
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, tennis courts
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, bandstand
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor Park, quoits ground
- Sitelines - Nuns Moor
See my other photos around Fenham:
- Fenham - St Nicholas' Cemetery
- Benwell - Hodgkin Park
- Benwell - St James Church
- Benwell Nature Park
- Benwell Towers (The Mitre)
- Benwell, Old
- Elswick - Associated Lead - Abandoned
- Elswick - Cruddas Park Flats
- Elswick - Cruddas Park Flats Demolition
- Elswick - Elswick Park
- Elswick - Newcastle Eagles Community Area
- Elswick - St. John's Cemetery
- Newcastle General Hospital
- Town Moor
This park has fond childhood memories between 1964-69.
With my grandad who took us to watch thats bands on a sunday.
I only discovered the park in recent years as I've always been an East End lad. It's now a favourite of my son.
This is the park of kids from the 60's and 70's from Croydon Road, Tamworth Road, Stanton Street...all of the west end..it looks so much better now...but we loved it and had fun....the allotments...all of that
The Cunny family from 41 Croydon Rd...any of the pals we had around..remember the park and the Town Moor...what fun we had.... get in touch.
I lived at 135 croydon road from 1951 until 63 so remember the whole area I was Mary Deagle
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