Tynemouth Murder Mystery Tour~ Part 3

Part 1 HERE Part 2 HERE On our way back to Tynemouth metro station I took some more incidental shots, and shots for our clues,   Percy Argyle was the answer to one of our clues 🙂 just flowers and a fence of course TLC needed! On the way back to the station.. Tynemouth Metro station is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro network. It was designed by William Bell and is a Grade II* listed building. As well as serving the Tyne and Wear Metro, it hosts a number of permanent businesses, and a weekly market.  One…

Tynemouth Murder Mystery Tour ~Part 2

Part 1 HERE Tynemouth Boating lake was made in Victorian times, you can row around it and it’s home to swans and ducks and other watery birds, and as one of our clues was found there I took a few shots , there was a dramatic sky that day! These chaps run the boat hiring. Police box 16 which has been up for sale since 2015 and as far as I know is still available!   Part of our quest involved a long walk along the coast, in the picture below you can see South Shields and Herd Groyne lighthouse…

Fraggle Report~ Tynemouth Murder Mystery Tour~part 1~ August 2016

Back in August Sophie got given a Murder Mystery leaflet about Tynemouth.  It involved following clues that would give you a persons name, or something that could be used as a weapon, eliminating the ones we found to be left with the name of the murderer and weapon used.  We had to walk all around Tynemouth to find the clues, took pictures along the way and solved the mystery.  It took us all day and we learned some history too. Tynemouth’s history dates back to an Iron Age settlement and its strategic position on a headland over-looking the mouth of…

Day 227~366

Had a day out with Sophie today, we went to Tynemouth and did a Murder Hunt (like Cluedo meets Treasure Hunt), it’ll be a Fraggle report one day.  So pleased to find this lady along the way, to help with my project. 🙂 Hair colouring is the practice of changing the hair colour. The main reasons for this are cosmetic: to cover gray hair, to change to a colour regarded as more fashionable or desirable, to restore the original hair colour after it has been discoloured by hairdressing processes or sun bleaching. The dyeing of hair is an ancient art…