Blaydon Races | Geordie Wooden Sign


Hand made natural wood rustic sign with a Geordie accent! 

This artwork depicts the story of the famous Blaydon Races. "I went to Blaydon Races, twas on the 9th of June, 1862 on a summers afternoon"

This famous Geordie folk song was written by Geordie Ridley in the 19th century and is regarded by many as the unofficial anthem of Tyneside.

Hung using natural jute.

Sign size 175mm x 67mm (6.9” x 2.6”)


Handmade in the UK

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