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The Local Area Guide to living in Prudhoe

Perched in a strategic location overlooking the pastoral Tyne Valley, Prudhoe is a quaint town with a real sense of community. Although many residents commute to the larger cities of Gateshead or Newcastle, Prudhoe is more than just a dormitory town. Pronounced “Pruddah” by its residents, Prudhoe is adjacent to rustic woodlands and the Prudhoe Moor. It’s well known for its castle, which dates back to Norman times, keeping proud watch over the stone-clad town centre. There are a number of period cottages and low stone walls in Prudhoe, giving it a desirably traditional atmosphere.

Shops and markets populate the town centre, particularly along Front Street. Though Newcastle is a stone’s throw away, everything needed is here including a variety of restaurants and takeaways. Prudhoe’s events calendar is filled year-round. A highlight is the Prudhoe Arts Week with its story-telling and live music performances. Glastonbury is another annual event, featuring a mix of local and world-famous musicians in a rural setting.

Information about the local residents

Positioned in Northumberland, Prudhoe is divided into two electoral wards, including North Prudhoe and South Prudhoe. There were nearly 11,000 residents combined in these two wards at the time of the 2011 census. A high number of residents in both wards rate themselves as being in ‘good’ or ‘very good’ health. In North Prudhoe, of the residents aged 16-74, 73.3% of residents are economically active, the figure being 69.8% in South Prudhoe. Human Health and Social Work is the industry employing the highest percentage of residents in both wards.

Tourism is also a major contributor to the town’s economy, with picturesque Front Street and the castle looming above the village drawing visitors to Prudhoe. It was once a coal mining town, and has a current industrial estate known as Low Prudhoe. Many residents work in the factories and businesses in this area.

Nearby Schools

There are a number of schools in and around Prudhoe, many rated “good” or “outstanding” by Ofsted. Prudhoe Community High School is a high school and sixth form college, serving students ranging from years 9 through to 13. The school specialises in the arts and technology and has over 1,000 students attending each year.

Additional schools include Highfield Middle School, Prudhoe Castle First School, and Prudhoe West First School. Highfield was found to be a good school overall in a 2013 Ofsted inspection, with outstanding elements including the behaviour of its pupils.

Getting Around

Whether you prefer to get around by car, train or bus, you’ll find Prudhoe conveniently placed. Motorists benefit from close proximity to the national A1, via the local A695 road which passes through town. The A69 road is also close at hand, which links to the M6 as well as the A1 and M1 motorways. Prudhoe is a short 25-minute commute into Newcastle city centre.

Prudhoe is also well-connected in terms of public transport. The village has its own railway station, which runs direct services into Newcastle, Hexham, and Nunthorpe. Trains to Newcastle run frequently, taking residents to the city centre in under half an hour. Direct services are also on hand to Carlisle and Glasgow Central Station.

Local Shops

There is a great selection of Shops, restaurants, and leisure facilities among the tranquil streets of Prudhoe. There’s a golf club in town, or you could visit Prudhoe Waterworld to take on the artificial waves and water slides. The town centre bursts to life every first Saturday of the month for the local farmer’s market, with its treasure trove of crafts and fresh produce.

Front Street is the town’s major shopping thoroughfare, offering a blend of independent shops and convenient services. You’ll find charity shops, gift boutiques, a hardware store and home goods retailers on this main strip. For international brand names, all the big retailers of Newcastle are also a short train ride away.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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