About Newcastle and North Tyneside
North of the River Tyne there is a vibrant population made up of various districts coming under the banner of Newcastle City Council and North Tyneside. Stretching from the coastal areas of Tynemouth and Whitley Bay to North Shields and Wallsend at the mouth of the River and inland to the West towards Hexham.
All of these areas have their own communities and public services but the hub of the area is sure to be Newcastle City Centre ie. The Toon! Newcastle is the party capital of the North East having a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants and a wealth of history from the historical Keep, Quayside area, theatres and various churches and places of worship including St Nicholas Cathedral located in the heart of the town.
Most areas are connected via the Metro Rapid Transit service from various Stations in Newcastle taking you to the coast and South of the Tyne towards South Shields and Sunderland. There is also an excellent bus service, Central Station for national rail being a Grade ll listed building providing main routes to all parts of the Country including London and over the border to Scotland and not forgetting Newcastle International Airport which serves the North East.
Shopping & Leisure
Shop until you drop at Intu Eldon Square in Newcastle City Centre or stroll down Northumberland Street towards the Monument and take in the impressive architecture of Grey Street. The classic indoor Grainger Market was built in 1835 and houses various food and shopping outlets to suit all needs. The vast countryside and coastal areas of Northumberland are easily accessible for exploring further afield offering various leisure amenities, walking, Stately Homes and Castles to explore, beaches and the like.
44, William Street, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, NE3 1SA
Valid until 02.03.2025
|South Gosforth Roundabout||0.06 miles|
|South Gosforth Roundabout||0.07 miles|
|South Gosforth Roundabout||0.15 miles|
|Gosforth Industrial Estate||0.16 miles|
|South Gosforth Roundabout||0.16 miles|
|South Gosforth (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||0.18 miles|
|Ilford Road (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||0.59 miles|
|Longbenton (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||0.52 miles|
|Newcastle International Ferry Terminal||6.25 miles|
|Manors Rail Station||2.43 miles|
|Newcastle Rail Station||2.78 miles|
|Metrocentre Rail Station||4.17 miles|
|A194(M) J2||5.9 miles|
|A194(M) J3||5.58 miles|
|A194(M) J1||6.97 miles|
|A1(M) J65||7.55 miles|
|A1(M) J64||8.73 miles|
|Newcastle International Airport||4.63 miles|
|Durham Tees Valley Airport||35.05 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||78.82 miles|
|Edinburgh Airport||94.76 miles|
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