Bedlington is a town and former parish in Northumberland. Bedlington is an ancient market town rich in industry history renown for mining and iron works.
Bedlington is also best known for being the home of the Bedlington Terrier.
The town centre is currently undergoing major development works and has seen a large increase in the number of new homes being built by large developers.
Blyth is also a former parish in Northumberland located on the coast. Previously known for its shipbuilding and fishing, the town centre and port has seen a great deal of re development including a shopping centre, resturants and recently a hotel and new build development located on the quayside. The town also benefits from a weekly market.
Cramlington remained small until 1964 when it was proclaimed a new town and developers such as William Leach & JT Bell developed large housing estates. The town has continued to grow with houses prices varying greatly from first time buyers to large exclusive developments such as Barnes Park. The town also benefits from Manor Walks shopping centre, a wide range of restaurants, various large retailers and a cinema complex. There is also a large leisure centre located in the heart of the town.
Transport links include easy access to the A189 spine road and A1, there is also a train station.