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November 11, 2010 - 12:53 AM
BrendanRiley
rileyriley@btinternet.com

  I'm Seaton Sluice born and bred, love the lighthouse. lovely website, I was fascintated by your history pieces, especially of the connection with the Astley Arms pub, I'm from just a few doors down. great tales.
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November 07, 2010 - 07:36 PM
mike stone
stone4ae@btinternet.com

  Re my daughter Kyla, August this year, she does indeed now live in a place called St Marys Island. I have fond memories myself of earlier visits to the Lighthouse in my teens.
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August 14, 2010 - 05:30 PM
Jo Morrissey (nee Haywood)
jomorrisseyconsult@gmail.com http://www.jmconsultancy.com

  hi, the website is great! I have lovely memories of working as Senior Warden at the lighthouse between 1994 and 1999 - happy days spent taking school groups round the rockpools and up all of the stairs several time a day (kept me very fit!) also the Lighthouse Centenary celebrations in 1998. I must come back and visit soon with my 2 kids! Jo
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August 08, 2010 - 08:46 PM
Neil

  Your excellent website and photos bring back alot of memories for me.. spent many school holidays at Whitley Bay, at my Aunt`s house in Clovelly Gardens, behind the links... I miss the Spanish City too...
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July 24, 2010 - 11:31 PM
Kyla

  It was so lovely to find this site. I spent many happy days at St Marys and Whitley Bay as a child in the 70's. Brings back lots of lovely memories of being with my Nanna and Grandad. Lots of time climbing on the rocks before the new sea wall, and exploring rock pools with my brother! I now live down south in a place called St Marys Island! The photos are brill.
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July 20, 2010 - 07:57 PM
Stuart Hendersob
stu_henderson@live.co.uk

  Me and my partner Denise Toon live in New Hartley having moved up to the North East in March and we love visiting St Marys island, in fact weve just this minute got back from there.Its a lovely peaceful place, i could spend hours just relaxing there with the sea breeze coming in and the the smell of the sea wafting around me. I lived in Newcastle for 5 years before working in the middle east till last year and the first thing i'd after months of being in the desert is to come to the coast and look out to sea, i missed it so much and now i live 5 mins away. Well done to the friends of St Mary's lighthouse.

Stuart Henderson
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