Calling all Sunderland readers who enjoy taking a wander down memory lane.
We have teamed up with the city’s four star Marriott who would love to hear from you if you had a special family connection with the property in its Seaburn Hotel days of the 1950s, 60s or 70s.
Perhaps you had a 21st birthday party there, or possibly a wedding or engagement celebration.
Or there could be some other special reason to have fond memories of the hotel back in those days. Whatever your reason for getting in touch, we would love you to get involved in this nostalgic look back.
We will be printing a selection of your stories in our Echoes section over the coming weeks.
And the winner of the best contribution will be welcomed back to the hotel for a special lunch or dinner together with five other family members or special guests.
Following the interest shown by readers in famous matchstick men artist Lowry’s holiday visits to stay with us in Sunderland, we thought it would be rewarding to offer everyone the opportunity of telling us about their own personal memories of our former Seaburn HotelEamonn Thompson
So don’t delay and take a wander down your own memory lane.
Marriott Multi Property General Manager Eamonn Thompson said: “ Following the interest shown by readers in famous matchstick men artist Lowry’s holiday visits to stay with us in Sunderland, we thought it would be rewarding to offer everyone the opportunity of telling us about their own personal memories of our former Seaburn Hotel.”
There are two ways of contributing your memroies.
l Make sure you email your contribution and also remember to include your telephone number in your submission as well as any pictures you want to submit. Send them all to Nigel@Media-Consult.co.uk.
l Letters should be marked Seaburn Memories and you should also include your telephone number in the correspondence.
Entries sent in this way should be posted to Liz Codling at The Marriott, Queens Parade, Sunderland SR6 8DB but only send copies of pictures or those which do not have to be returned.