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They are a great part of the Sunderland community and organise some fab weekly groups for all BBC Wear Features Mackem and gay and gender. The downsides though: Extremely bad organization and slow service in the restaurant downstairs and why does it have to be called 'The Sage Gateshead'?
So what happens at the weekend, do we all go to Newcastle or London or Manchester to line other cities pockets? I shall never forget the wonderful fish and chips also going on the bus to the mvies at Crawcrook or the train to Prudhoe. By Sophie Jane Evans. Newcastle For Ever.
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So much is our gratitude to have somewhere to spend our pink pound. Just enjoy the BBC Wear Features Mackem and gay that for once something like this has been built outside of London. I miss hearing folk say "O-ho" A-ha? Jay the sage is an absolute BBC Wear Features Mackem and gay im afraid.
I have fond memories of walking my Golden Retriever in Jesmond Dene and on the beautiful Northumbrien beaches. Bad, Brilliant, Indifferent - whatever - the support for Newcastle United is a constant that defines our area. But am I the only gay trying and willing to make a difference to Sunderland and its hidden gay community?
I have lived in Canada for 27 years, and love it, what we miss most about the North East is the sea, there are many lakes here but you cant beat the smell of the sea and some Fish and chips martyn, dunston,gateshead: im 21 and moved away from the north east when i was