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To begin with, the Sunderland Forum is always looking for people who can write articles for the main blog. In particular, those who can write about the history of Sunderland and Wearside. Sunderland AFC is obviously a massive part of our community too and writers are always welcome for those pages as well. In effect, you can contact our small friendly team direct from this page if feel you can help in any way.
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Should you have difficult using our contact us form, then we have an alternative means. Obviously, you can use the contact feature on the Sunderland Forum. In fact, we encourage people to join there and make regular posts. So join us today!
Sunderland – The Big City
The City of Sunderland obviously includes Washington, Houghton and Hetton. With this in mind, we cover the whole city. However, we never exclude the surrounding areas. So, we also cover Seaham, County Durham and South Tyneside as well. Moreover, our team are not the only ones who write articles for the Sunderland Blog. Indeed, we rely heavily on other individuals.
In essence, if you would like to write articles about our region, let us know. We are particularly looking for individuals who can write about the history of any area in the city. However, anything that has a connection to Sunderland or the surrounding areas we find interesting. Indeed, we cover all local issues on the Sunderland Forum.
Finally, Wearside has a massive football club and is one of the main focal points of the city. By and large, we are looking for people to write reports about Sunderland AFC. Indeed, all news and views about the Black Cats are welcome. In fact, we have a large section of the Sunderland Blog that promotes SAFC. We indeed, call it ‘Haway The Lads‘.
Indeed, the image above shows the massive breakwaters at the mouth of the River Wear. Obviously, there is the Roker Pier also the South Pier with the Port of Sunderland as seen from the air. Also note the site of the old Bartrams shipyard which was the only shipyard to launch directly into the sea.