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This gives Jarrow a similar population to Wallsend and Whitley Bay.The fact that only 2.9% of Jarrow's population is non White British, makes Jarrow the least ethnically diverse major urban subdivision in Tyneside and is less ethnically diverse than its surrounding borough, South Tyneside.The aim of NSS was to reduce capacity within the British shipyards.In fact Palmer's yard was relatively efficient and modern, but had serious financial problems.Later spellings are Jaruum in 1158, and Jarwe in 1228.Today Jarrow residents' popular nickname for Jarrow is "Jarra".Jarrow is served by three stations on the Tyne and Wear Metro: Jarrow station in the centre of the town (on the Yellow line) Bede station in the Bede industrial estate (also on the Yellow line), and Fellgate station (on the Green line) to the south.The nearest major airport is Newcastle Airport, about 15–18 miles away depending on your road route, or around 45 minutes by Metro.
Some doubt has been cast by historians as to how effective events such as the Jarrow March actually were The Second World War revived the town's fortunes as the Royal Navy was in need of ships to be built.As of 2008 plans to revamp Jarrow School have come into action.Building work was completed in 2009 turning the school into a modern learning facility with Specialist Engineering Status.) is a town in north-east England, located on the River Tyne.Historically part of County Durham, in 1974 it became part of the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear.
Bede's World also incorporates Jarrow Hall, a grade II listed building and significant local landmark.