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Boldon Business Park, Witney W Jct. A19/A184, Boldon, EN, GB, NE35 9PE

  • Phone: (44) 191 5191999
  • Fax: (44) 191 5196035
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    »The Ropery

    At the Ropery, there are many interesting things to look forward to. The building is well-known as it was built in the 18th Century, when it was used for making machine-made ropes. With a glorious history, the venue has the 'Function Room' which is well-equipped for conferences and exhibitions. Then there is the 'Gastro Restaurant' where the DJ spins great music coupled with nice ambiance and food. Italian cuisine is at its best at the 'Italian Restaurant'. Also, for drinks and bar grub, there is the 'Riverside Bar' apt for the location by the River Wear.

    Websters Bank
    Sunderland, SR4 6DJ

    »University of Sunderland

    Established in 1901, the University of Sunderland is home to over 25,000 students, to say the least. Having business relationships with world's leading blue-chip companies, this university has two campuses, one in the city centre and the other next to the sea. The education provided at this learning hub is quite advanced, touching current affairs from time to time. Extra curricular activities like dance shows, sports, competitions and more are given importance too. WiFi, game room, rehearsal rooms are just few of the facilities provided here. To sum it up, there's lots to explore at the University of Sunderland.

    Chester Road
    Sunderland, SR1 3SD

    »Shields Ferry

    For a night out with a difference look no further than The Pride of the Tyne. It's a 240 seat modern boat which passengers can board either from South Shields, North Shields, or the Newcastle Quayside. These "Fun on the Tyne" cruises last between three and four hours. Alternatively you can hire the boat for private parties. On the upper deck there is a main saloon while below is the Admiral Locker bar. All areas have seats and are heated, and there is access for wheelchairs. These cruises are only run on certain days, so ring the company before setting out.

    Ferry Street
    South Shields, NE33 1JR

    »Queen Elizabeth Hospital

    The Queen Elizabeth Hospital has a 24 hour Accident and Emergency Unit where urgent treatment will be given free of charge to non-UK citizens. Non-urgent or follow up treatment may require payment or insurance cover. For more information-visit the website.

    Old Durham Road
    Gateshead, NE9 6SX


    Set at the mouth of River Wear, Sunderland is an exceedingly beautiful city. It has a rich history which is reflected in the old buildings that dot the town. The St. Peter's Church and Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens are two of the most important visitor attractions of the city and must be visited.

    Sunderland, SR1 1RF


    Gateshead is a prominent town in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear, located on the banks of the River Tyne, across from Newcastle upon Tyne. Boasting a beautiful waterfront, the town is a popular tourist attraction, especially known for its architectural wonders. The town planners, it seems, have tried to maintain a balance between modernizing its infrastructure and preserving its historic structures, so you will find on the one had such marvels of modern architecture as the Sage Gateshead and the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, while on the other hand there are Victorian architectural treasures as the Saltwell Towers. The town also has a passel of cultural events that take place all over the town throughout the year. To know more, do see the website.

    Gateshead, NE8 1HH

    »Tynemouth Metro Station

    Tynemouth Metro Station is one of the oldest railway stations that became a part of the Tyne and Wear metro network. Though a regular and a modern station, the grand architecture reminds you of the Victorian era. The weekly flea market that has stalls selling antiques and local merchandise is held here; it also hosts the monthly farmers' market. While you are in Tynemouth, do visit the Tynemouth Metro Station, that is more than just a metro station.

    Station Terrace
    Tynemouth, NE30 4RE


    Tynemouth is a quaint little village upon the River Tyne that is famous for its seaside location. Popular with tourists for the sheer number of water sports facilities it has to offer, one can go swimming, sailing, canoeing among other things. It is also home to a large number of cultural events and festivals. Scattered with a whole lot of little shops and pubs, it makes for an ideal tourist hot spot. (Call +44 345 200 0103 for more.)

    Tynemouth, NE30 4BX

    »Quaysides Gateshead

    The Quayside is an area along the banks of the River Tyne in Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead in the North East of England, United Kingdom. A former industrial area and busy commercial dockside serving the area, later as the docks became run-down, the area has since been heavily refurbished to provide a modern environment for the modern arts, music and culture, as well as new housing developments. The Gateshead side of the river is designated and sign-posted as Gateshead Quays. It is the site of the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and The Sage Gateshead performing arts and conference centre. One of the Quayside's main features is the pedestrian Gateshead Millennium Bridge, opened in 2001. This venue holds a number of diverse cultural events throughout the year.

    Gateshead, NE1 2BJ

    »Spirit Health & Fitness Club

    Spirit offers everything you'd expect from a major health and fitness club like well-equipped gym, a swimming pool, a jacuzzi, sunbeds, and a whole host of fitness or exercise classes (on average three or four different ones each day). There is also a coffee lounge where you can collapse after your strenuous workout. Staff are friendly and helpful and you can choose from a variety of membership options. Children under 16 are not allowed to use the gym but they are welcome to swim while mum and/or dad have a workout. A joint membership will also cover two children. The city center location makes this a handy place for pre or post-work workouts.

    New Bridge Street
    Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8BR

    »North Tyneside General Hospital

    The hospital is situated on the A191 approximately 8 miles east of Newcastle.It is one of the largest of the Trust's three general hospitals and has 22 different wards. This hospital has a 24 hour accident and emergency unit, which will give urgent medical treatment free of charge to non-UK citizens. Non-emergency, or follow-up treatment may require payment or insurance cover.

    Rake Lane
    North Shields, NE29 8NH

    »Fire Brigade

    If you need the Fire Brigade you should dial 999. The call is free. There will be an operator on the line to connect you to the service that you want.

    Newcastle upon Tyne
    Newcastle upon Tyne, NE99 1HR
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