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Peterlee is a small town in County Durham and has economic and community ties with Sunderland, Hartlepool and Durham. The town lies 13.5 miles west of Durham, 13.5 miles south of Sunderland and approximately 24 miles south-east of Newcastle, making this an ideal commuter town.
Peterlee is set amongst a stunning local environment, built on rolling hills overlooking the Durham limestone coast to the east and is surrounded by rural farmland to the north, west and south. You can find some outstanding areas of natural beauty in Peterlee including the stunning Castle Eden Dene, the largest area of semi-natural woodland in north-east England.
There are many SME employers in Peterlee such as LEC Consultancy, Business Durham, Eden Farm, Goodfellow & Goodfellow Ltd, Nalco and Peterlee Glass.
Blyth is a port town in south-east Northumberland and lies approximately 13 miles north-east of Newcastle upon Tyne and 16 miles north of Sunderland.
The nearest train station is 5 miles away in Cramlington, which is on the East Coast Main Line and is operated by Northern Trains. Services run to Morpeth and Carlisle via Newcastle Central. At peak times some trains continue to Chathill.
Blyth port handles over 1.5m tonnes of cargo each year operating shipping services to the Netherlands and thus connecting it to Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The local attractions include the popular South Beach with its brightly coloured beach huts, the Phoenix Theatre, the High Light Lighthouse and Blyth Battery, a military and local heritage museum.
Hartlepool is a port town in County Durham and lies on the North Sea cost. It is around 8 miles north of Middlesbrough and 20 miles south of Sunderland.
There are two primary roads that serve the town, the A179, which leads to Durham, Sunderland and Tyneside and the A689, which leads to Billingham, Stockton, Middlesbrough and York.
The town is served by two railway stations, Hartlepool and Seaton Carew. Both are on the Durham Coast Line with trains going to Sunderland, Newcastle and Middlesbrough. Hartlepool also has a direct rail link to London King’s Cross from Sunderland, with trains taking around three and a half hours.
Hartlepool port is a hub for renewable energy, oil and gas activity, being one of the UK’s closest ports to active offshore projects. Parts of the port were converted into a marina which can accommodate 500 vessels and is home to a variety of pleasure and working crafts. Hartlepool also has a permanent RNLI lifeboat station.
Some of the local attractions include the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool, Hartlepool Qluay, Heugh Battery Museum, Seaton Carew beach, Museum of Hartlepool and Summerhill Country Park and Outdoor Activities Centre.
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