Woolies photo updates from South Shields, Wallsend, Jarrow and North Shields

Graham Soult

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  1. Debbie says:

    Does anyone remember the name of the old sport shop on the outside of the Jarrow arcade in the 70,s…. my husband can’t remember as he used it all the time when he was at school there. Kindest regards

  2. beth says:

    i’d heard that it was definite. the signage is still up saying ‘Morrisons is coming soon’ but who knows.

    i’ve been trying to remember where i heard it was definitely off and i *think* it was a Lib Dem Focus newsletter that came through my door. so possibly not the most reliable source of info!

    • Graham Soult says:

      Perhaps not! ;) Let me know if you do find a more definitive source – I’ll keep my eyes open too. Whatever happens, I don’t think Morrisons is emerging from the episode showered in glory, unfortunately.

  3. Beth says:

    weird! i thought morrisons had said they weren’t bothering with wallsend any more because of the asda opening in byker? does this mean there is still hope?

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