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NCL2018 Sat 11-Nov-17 12:03:50

Hi! We’re moving to Newcastle from overseas and we’re looking at property in Crawcrook and Prudhoe areas. Which of the two do you recommend?

kimlo Sat 11-Nov-17 18:47:40

out of those two I would choose Prudhoe. But neither would be my first choice.

katienana Sat 11-Nov-17 21:49:22

My sister lives in Prudhoe and loves it. Its very friendly, has a decent range of shops on the high street, and has the train station. I know it very well so happy to answer questions op

Creambun2 Mon 20-Nov-17 19:56:39

The other side of the river from Prudhoe is Ovingham - much nicer.

NCL2018 Mon 20-Nov-17 20:23:29

Hi! Thanks so much for your response! We are considering Crawcrook as well. Do you have any thoughts on that area? I really like Prudhoe because it's really green but I am concerned there aren't many new schools near us.

NCL2018 Mon 20-Nov-17 20:29:44

Hi @Creambun2 we didn't find a lot of houses to buy in Ovingham. Any other areas you recommend? We have 2 young children and we would be near a good primary school in the area.

Creambun2 Mon 20-Nov-17 20:32:25

Where will you/DP be working?

Northumberlandlass Tue 21-Nov-17 09:37:54

Prudhoe / Crawcrook wouldn't my first choice, but you get more house for your money than in the rest of the Tyne Valley.
I have a number of friends with children in Prudhoe Schools and they really happy with them!

Northumberlandlass Tue 21-Nov-17 13:38:23

I have friends who love living in Prudhoe ! I don't want to sound disparaging...

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