A really fun dance class for boys and girls. Disco, hip hop, street and stage and other dance styles.

In the 18th century, a small hamlet of farms was built in the Prudhoe area and, by the 1800s, a coal mine had been established at West Wylam. At that point, South Road was the main street, with a church and a row of cottages – similar to how it looks today.

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Gives you great aerobic fitness. A group-based static-cycle class where you can work at your own level by controlling the resistance of your bike.

There has been a castle at Prudhoe since ancient times, when England was at war with Scotland. The area now known as Castlefields was a fruit orchard, and the Scots were rumoured to have burnt this orchard while attempting to capture Prudhoe Castle. The castle, originally owned by the D'Umfravilles, then the Percys and now English Heritage, is considered to be the only medieval fortification in Northumberland never to have been captured by the Scots.

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Prudhoe is the hometown of Ruth Archer, in the long-running BBC radio serial The Archers.

The majority of the surviving building work dates from the 12th century, although the site of Prudhoe Castle has strong Norman origins. In the 14th/15th centuries, the tower was extended to provide an extra level with turrets. Only the southwest turret survives to this day.

Daily inspections: Mon - Fri about 8.00 a.m. Weekend about 7.00 a.m. Course Information Line: Please refer to answer phone for details of course conditions on 01661.836883

CAN, a group set up to champion regional construction firms, welcomed the announcement which involves 13 companies in all

For competitive swimmers or those who prefer to swim at a faster pace.

There are no waiting rooms provided at the station. Shelters are provided on both platforms.

The town has direct bus links to Newcastle, Hexham and the MetroCentre. One can also travel from the nearby villages of Mickley and Stocksfield.

Prudhoe is home to a number of churches, which form as a meeting place for the local community. The churches include:

The town has a skatepark, Highfield Park, which is located at the top of Prudhoe. This is a popular place for the young people of Prudhoe, though vandalism and anti-social behaviour have damaged the park's reputation. Here there is an annual Kite Festival and a skating competition, usually held during the summer months. Many people come here for recreational activities.

Prudhoe is linked to Newcastle upon Tyne and the A1 by the A695 which used to pass through the centre of the town along Front Street. The A695 road now bypasses the town to the north through the industrial estate at Low Prudhoe. The better transport links of the new bypass have allowed the industrial estate to expand alongside the new road to the east, named Princess Way after the royal who opened SCA Hygiene.

Via West Wylam and Eastwood Park, as well as Dukeshagg and Low Guards Wood, the eastern reaches of the town border the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, Tyne and Wear; near the A695 bypass is Stanley Burn, which flows out into the River Tyne at Wylam.

Prudhoe Golf Club is an 18-hole golf club to the east of the town. The area offers the choice of Eastwood, Close House and Clara Vale within a five-mile radius of the town.

Prudhoe Community Partnership also works to foster community links with local villages including Mickley, Ovingham, Ovington, Wylam, Stocksfield, Horsley and Heddon-on-the-Wall.

Artist Paul Stangroom has painted a lot of derelict buildings but now he has rescued one to turn into his own new workplace

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Thompsons of Prudhoe Ltd (a large demolition, earthworks, quarrying and waste management company) is based on the Prudhoe Industrial Estate. The company operates all over the north-east of England.

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Come along to our opening day today and take a look at our fantastic new facilities! Why not pick up a balloon while you're here?


Pupils from Prudhoe Castle First School produce artworks to celebrate colourful past of Tyne fortress

We're excited about our brand new gym, open today! Come along and try our new state of the art Technogym equipment for yourself.

Note: Last admission to the gym is 45 minutes before closing time. Opening times of activities differ from the centre opening times, please use the menu options above for individual timetables. 

Industry at Low Prudhoe and tourism are major factors in the town's economy. The established businesses on Front Street are well-known and attract a number of visitors from the surrounding villages.

Whether you want to get fit during lane swimming in our 25-metre pool, relax in our shallow beach area or Jacuzzi, or plunge down our aquaslide and ride the waves during our fun sessions, Prudhoe Waterworld is an aquatic delight with fitness options to suit all needs and ages.

Towards the eastern edge of Prudhoe is West Wylam, home to an elderly care home, Prudhoe Town AFC, a small row of takeaways as well as a local NISA store and Eastwood Park; where several local football teams play their league games. The area also has allotments and Adderlane First School, which was opened in 1978. The last church on the estate, West Wylam Ebenezer Methodist Church, closed in 2014.

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Congratulations to our competition winner Andrew Mcelvogue who received his prize from Councillor Val Tyler today at the Civic Ceremony to re open our newly renovated centre....

Our newly refurbished centre will be opening this Thursday 8th September. Come along on the day and take a look at our new look leisure centre and be in with a chance to WIN a 12...

Prudhoe Community Partnership is a long-established and entirely community-led regeneration charity based in Prudhoe, Northumberland.

He has held a number of senior roles on regional newspapers across England, Scotland and Wales over the last 15 years and is now editor-in-chief of Trinity Mirror North East.

From the fantastic 18 hole course, 6 hole par 3, junior coaching academy and a warm welcome in  the clubhouse.  

Prudhoe Civil Parish was recorded as having 11,500 residents at the publication of the 2001 official census, and the results included the following:

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