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Newcastle is a city in Tyne and Wear in the north east of England, it is situated 14.8 miles north of Durham, 103 miles south of Edinburgh and 277 miles north of London.
This area is serviced by Newcastle railway station which lies on the East Coast Main Line and is managed by London North Eastern Railway. London North Eastern operates high-speed inter-city services southbound to London, one of which is a semi-fast train making only 2 stops before arriving at London’s King Cross. There are 3 trains every 2 hours northbound to destinations in Scotland. Crosscountry provides additional services to Scotland to the north and at least 2 trains per hour to Birmingham southbound, from which trains continue to stops all over the south-west and south coast. TransPennine Express provides services to Manchester/Liverpool via Leeds with Newcastle acting as the terminus. Northern also runs several local commuter and regional services to locations in the northeast. Newcastle also benefits from the Tyne & Wear Metro which is an underground railway service connecting Tyne & Wear across two lines and transporting around 37 million passengers per year.
Newcastle is notorious for its buzzing nightlife and was voted in the top three of Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Destination Awards for European Nightlife destinations. The Bigg Market and Quayside are at the heart of the pubs, bars and nightclub district and a wide variety of restaurants offering cuisines from across the globe. Newcastle also has a rich history of culture through the arts such as theatre, music venues, museums and galleries. Newcastle city centre has several major shopping areas, the largest of these being the Eldon Square Shopping Centre which boasts over 150 stores and services.
There are many job opportunities in Newcastle city centre and the economy includes many corporate headquarters in fields such as learning, digital technology, retail and tourism. Big employers such as Greggs, Virgin Money, EE, Npower and many more all have their headquarters here.
Over 42,000 students that live in Newcastle, spread across the various campuses of University of Newcastle and Northumbria University. This location could also be perfect for a young family looking for local schooling options, with Christ Church CofE Primary in close proximity and offering education to the age of 11. For those that may be looking for further education Gateshead College provides courses, subjects and apprenticeships for those that are 16+.
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Tyne and Wear,
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