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Cullercoats Watch House Club Front Street, Cullercoats
Founded in 1933, this is one of the longest established snooker clubs in the North East. New members are always welcome, and can join by coming in person on Tuesdays 1 - 4pm, Thursdays 1 - 4pm, Saturdays 1 - 2pm. Please visit for more information.
We are a group of amateur artists who have a reputation for producing good paintings and drawings of the local area. If you would like to commission an original picture of your favourite North East view/location contact Eric Freer, Cullercoats Art Club, at or phone (0191) 259 2490 and he will put you in touch with a club member to discuss your requirements. Alternatively visit one of our exhibitions; you won't be disappointed!
Cullercoats Crescent Club (CIU), Hudleston Street, Cullercoats. Very popular port of call. Entertainment, good food, and well priced fine ales [ Cullercoats Bay Webcam view from our SEAVIEW LOUNGE here]
The Cullercoats Lifeboat Station - RNLI has a new site well worth the visit. Facts about the Lifeboat Station and crew, Local history, and a well laid out page on the fishing coble Click Here to visit.
Dove Marine Laboratory at Cullercoats
Department of Marine Sciences and Coastal Management - Newcastle University
The Dove Marine Laboratory at Cullercoats Bay is a focus for research into the temperate marine environment. The Laboratory possesses a research vessel, Bernicia, which is well equipped for marine sampling over extended periods. She works regularly in the North Sea and in local estuaries, being involved in the research programmes of a number of University departments. Laboratory staff have compiled long time-series of data concerning zooplankton and benthic communities. In addition, current temperate research programmes include aquaculture, kelp forest dynamics, control of invertebrate reproduction, feeding in marine birds, rocky shore ecology, the dynamics of marine communities and parasitology of estuarine fish.
Departmental research groups also actively participate in large, multidisciplinary institute programmes on board ocean-going research vessels, typically spending up to several weeks at sea in sometimes remote regions. Recent departmental activities have included investigations into the global significance of biogas fluxes from the north-western Indian Ocean, measurements of denitrification in the North Sea and stable isotope studies in the north-east Atlantic Ocean.
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The Famous landmark St George's Church at the south end of Cullercoats has a web-site: Click Here
West end of Cullercoats the Cullercoats Methodist Church also has information on the internet !