The Boldons are a group of three small villages in the North East of England - East Boldon, West Boldon and Boldon Colliery - bordering the North of Sunderland, East of Newcastle and the south of South Shields and Jarrow.

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  • The Boldons are a group of three small villages in the North East of England - East Boldon, West Boldon and Boldon Colliery - bordering the North of Sunderland, East of Newcastle and the south of South Shields and Jarrow. They have a population of 13,271.'Boldun' was first recorded in print in 1170, and evolved from the words "Bold" or "Botl" meaning a building and "dun" meaning a hill.In 1866 work began sinking a pit at the foot of the hill that began producing coal in 1869, and was then known as Boldon New Winning. The village that developed nearby in the 1870s became known as Boldon Colliery. When the mine was deepened and extended in the 1910s, further housing to accommodate the workforce was built to the south of the pit in an area known as Boldon New Town. Until 1974 the area was administered by Boldon Urban District Council in County Durham but since then has been part of the borough of South Tyneside.In 1976, the Boldon Colliery Band appeared in episode 13 of the television series When the Boat Comes In. The mine closed in 1982 but more jobs became available when an Asda supermarket opened in 1987. Further recent developments include Boldon Business Park. Boldon Colliery also has its own multi-screen cinema (currently operated by Cineworld). The main school in the area is Boldon School, a special sports college (formerly Boldon Comprehensive School). There is also a junior school and nursery (West Boldon primary), a playgroup and a hotel.The Discovery Channel programme The Haunting produced an episode centred around the ghostly goings on at the Wheatsheaf Inn in West Boldon. The inn was reputedly haunted by the ghosts of a young girl and her murderer, with several reported[citation needed] sightings.
  • The Boldons è un gruppo di tre villaggi - East Boldon, West Boldon e Boldon Colliery - di 191.151 abitanti della contea del Tyne and Wear, in Inghilterra.
  • The Boldons – miejscowość w Anglii, w hrabstwie ceremonialnym Tyne and Wear, w dystrykcie (unitary authority) South Tyneside. Leży 12 km na wschód od centrum Newcastle i 392 km na północ od Londynu. W 2001 miejscowość liczyła 13 271 mieszkańców. Składa sie z trzech wsi: East Boldon, West Boldon, Boldon Colliery.== Przypisy ==
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  • The Boldons è un gruppo di tre villaggi - East Boldon, West Boldon e Boldon Colliery - di 191.151 abitanti della contea del Tyne and Wear, in Inghilterra.
  • The Boldons – miejscowość w Anglii, w hrabstwie ceremonialnym Tyne and Wear, w dystrykcie (unitary authority) South Tyneside. Leży 12 km na wschód od centrum Newcastle i 392 km na północ od Londynu. W 2001 miejscowość liczyła 13 271 mieszkańców. Składa sie z trzech wsi: East Boldon, West Boldon, Boldon Colliery.== Przypisy ==
  • The Boldons are a group of three small villages in the North East of England - East Boldon, West Boldon and Boldon Colliery - bordering the North of Sunderland, East of Newcastle and the south of South Shields and Jarrow.
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