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  3. Corbridge is a jewel in the crown of Northumberland. Lying just off the A69, about 18 miles west of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, it grew from the Roman town of CORSTOPITUM, a supply town for the troops on Hadrian's Wall. From the beginning Corstopitum provided much of the building stones used in the construction of many of the village buildings, including the church, Vicar's Pele and nearby castles. In the thirteenth century Corbridge was second only to Newcastle in wealth and its citizens were heavily taxed to help pay for Edward 1's Scottish wars and its mediaeval street plan is much the same today. The Saxon church however has trebled in size by the addition of aisles, transepts and chancel to the inner Saxon tower and nave whilst The Vicar's Pele illustrates the fierceness of Border warfare which burnt Corbridge to the ground several times.

    As far back as 1827 Corbridge was a place renowned for its small shops and several of the decorated fronts still survive. Today Corbridge is still known for its quaintness and unique boutique shops and is an ideal base to explore the beauty of Northumberland.


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Directions

Directions via road
Corbridge is easily accessible, situated just off the A69, 20 minutes from Newcastle and 35 minutes from Carlisle.

Directions via public transport
Bus Services

602 Route: Hexham - Newcastle Bus Stop - Hill Street (every 20 Mins Monday - Saturday)
Bus Stop - south end of bridge (every hour Sundays and Bank Holidays) 685 Route: Newcastle - Carlisle
Bus Stop - Angel Inn (every hour Monday - Saturday)

Further information from Regional Travel Line 0870 608 2 608

By Train-Located on the train line between Carlisle and Newcastle, with the village centre just a 5 minute walk from Corbridge station.-The service is run by ARRIVA Trains.

Fact

The oldest practicing Osteopath in Britain, John Wernham, died at 97 in 2006. He was working until a few weeks before he died.

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Telephone: 01434 - 632427
Email: [email protected]
Address: The Gelson Osteopathic Clinic, 4 Tynedale Mews, Corbridge, Northumberland.

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