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A village had long been established in the shelter of the fortified Priory and c.1325 the Prior built a port for fishing and trading.) is a town and a historic borough in Tyne and Wear, England at the mouth of the River Tyne.Historically part of Northumberland, the modern town of Tynemouth includes North Shields and Cullercoats and had a 2011 population of 67,519.Sunshine levels of 1515 hours per annum are in the normal range for the coastal North East, which is also true for the relatively low amount of precipitation at 597.2 millimetres (23.51 in).

The front face has a relief sword and wreath carved onto it with the inscription below.The school has an Anglican tradition, but admits students of all faiths.Formerly a fee-paying independent school, in 2013 the school merged with the comprehensive Priory School to become a state academy.It is represented at Westminster by the Labour MP Alan Campbell.The headland towering over the mouth of the River Tyne has been settled since the Iron Age.

The front face has a relief sword and wreath carved onto it with the inscription below.

The school has an Anglican tradition, but admits students of all faiths.

Formerly a fee-paying independent school, in 2013 the school merged with the comprehensive Priory School to become a state academy.

It is represented at Westminster by the Labour MP Alan Campbell.

The headland towering over the mouth of the River Tyne has been settled since the Iron Age.

This led to a dispute between Tynemouth and the more powerful Newcastle over shipping rights on the Tyne which continued for centuries. Prince Rupert of the Rhine landed at Tynemouth in August 1642 on his way to fight in the English Civil War.