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Looking for a new home in Cramlington?

Cramlington is only 9 miles north of the superb city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the same convenient distance from Newcastle International Airport. This well-established ‘new town’ supports a busy economy of its own, as well as being a great commuter base. It’s in a strong position between the East Coast and the A1, giving a new home here the balance of easy access to Newcastle, the coast and the countryside of Northumberland.

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Living in Cramlington

Travel and transport

The A1 is the key route through the North East with links to Cramlington on the A19 and the A189.  The A1 southbound takes you into the west of Newcastle and across the Tyne to Gateshead, and the A19 heads to the east of the city for Tynemouth, North Shields and across the Tyne to South Shields. Cramlington’s train station is on the East Coast mainline which runs between London King’s Cross and Edinburgh Waverley station. The average journey time by train into Newcastle is just under 15 minutes, making it a great option for commuters. 

Local information

Cramlington has a full list of town amenities to support its roles in retail, education, healthcare, leisure and industry. The Manor Walks Shopping Centre is the main shopping centre, incorporating a Vue Cinema, as well as pubs and restaurants. Around town, you’ve got a choice of national supermarkets.  The Concordia Leisure Centre is a great asset for all the family. It’s part of the Active Northumberland Group. 

Local schools

Amongst the choice of schools, there’s an innovative Learning Village which incorporates a Junior Learning Village for Years 7 and 8, a Senior Learning Village for Years 9 to 11 and an Advanced Learning Village for Years 12 and 13. Other options, just out of town, are the North Gosforth Academy at Seaton Burn, which specialises in Business and Enterprise, and Astley Community High School in Seaton Delaval.