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Any guests staying with us in 2014 and plan on using the Tyne & Wear Metro to travel to/from our guest house in South Shields may want to make a note of the pricing changes that are to take place over the Tyne & Wear Metro system.
From Thursday 2nd January 2014 Tyne & Wear Metro ticket prices will be as follows…
A one-zone DaySaver ticket will rise from £2.50 to £2.60.
A two-zone DaySaver ticket will rise from £3.50 to £3.60.
A three zone DaySaver ticket will rise from £4.40 to £4.50.
A one zone single fare rises from £1.70 to £1.80.
A weekly two zone ticket rises from £14.40 to £14.80.
The following fares guide (updated January 2013) details Tyne and Wear Metro’s ticketing in detail. The 2014 fare guide has yet to be published.
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We have updated our South Tyneside District Hospital page with the latest bus route and timetable for the #88 bus service. You can take a look at the latest route and timetable here. Download links are on our South Tyneside District Hospital web page.
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If you’re looking for hotel accommodation near South Tyneside District Hospital in South Shields our bed and breakfast room prices, availability and online booking is here: online booking. Room information including photographs can be found on the bedrooms page of our website.
Home > Tyne & Wear > Jarrow > Blog: The Codex Amiatinus & The World of Bede Lecture At Bede’s World in Jarrow
Dr Jennifer O’Reilly from the University of Cork will explore aspects and meaning of the Codex Amiatinus at Bede’s World in Jarrow, South Tyneside from 12 noon on Saturday 23rd March 2013. In association with the Lindisfarne Gospels this lecture will explore the making and meaning of the Codex Amiatinus (an 8th century Saxon bible) in the context of the distinctive monastic culture of Wearmouth-Jarrow. Her talk will explore aspects of the making and meaning of the Codex Amiatinus bible, which was produced by the monks of Jarrow and Wearmouth under the direction of Ceolfrith, Abbot of the monastery. It is the oldest complete Latin bible in existence and took several years to produce. Bede and his community had a close bond with Lindisfarne and Prof O’Reilly will highlight the parallels between the illuminated pages of the Codex Amiatinus and the Lindisfarne Gospels.