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Tyne and Wear, England’s City of Sunderland area, contains the town of Washington. It was once a part of County Durham’s ceremonial county and is where George Washington’s ancestors originally settled.
It is situated halfway between Sunderland, Gateshead, and Chester-le-Street. In 1964, Washington was recognised as a new town, and in 1974, it joined the Borough of Sunderland, which became a city in 1992. Since its classification, it has significantly grown as a result of the creation of new towns and the redistribution of land from Chester-le-Street to accommodate influx from neighbouring cities. In 2011, there were 67,085 people living in Washington, up from 53,388 in 2001.
Old English citations dating back to 1096 relate to Wasindone. There are various different ideas for how the name “Washington” came about, and the etymological origin is contested. Wasindone (people of the hill by the stream, 1096), or Wassyngtona were two early interpretations.
Other Local Areas That We Cover:
We cover the whole of Northumberland including postcodes:
TD15, TD12, NE71, NE69, NE70, NE67, NE68, NE66, NE48, NE19, NE61, NE65, NE49, NE46, NE47, NE63, NE64, NE62, NE22, NE24, NE20, NE23, NE18, NE13, NE25, NE26, NE27, NE12, NE3, NE30, NE29, NE28, NE5, NE15, NE33, NE2, NE1, NE4, NE31, NE32, NE34, NE35, NE36, NE10, NE8, NE9, NE37, NE11, NE16, NE17, NE43, NE42, NE41, NE44, NE45, NE46, NE38