Seaton Sluice has various amenities for your convenience:-
- 2 cash machines located at the shops. (Co-op & Premier Store)
- Café/Tea Shop located at 32 Collywell Bay Rd, NE26 4QZ
- Boots Chemist located at 17/19 Beresford Road, NE26 4DR
- Doctors Surgery. There is a small local clinic situated on Collywell Bay Road, NE26 4QZ. This is part of a larger practice in Cramlington (Brockwell Medical Group)
- Food & General Shopping including Cash Machine at Co-op Store – Beresford Road NE26 4DP & Premier Store – 52/54 Beresford Road, NE26 4RQ
- Persona Hairdresser – 38 Beresford Road, NE26 4RQ
Pubs & Clubs
- Astley Arms – Marine View, NE26 4JX Pub Food & Pizza Available
- Delaval Arms – Old Harley, NE26 4RL Pub Food Available
- The Kings Arms – West Terrace, NE26 4RD Pub Food Available
- Seaton Sluice Club – Collywell Bay Rd, NE26 4QZ
- The Melton Constable – Beresford Rd, NE26 4QL Pub Food Available
- The Waterford Arms – Collywell Bay Rd, NE26 4QZ Pub Food Available
The seaside town of Whitley Bay provides the perfect family outing with arcades, a skate park, mini golf, as well as award-winning ice cream and fish and chips. The famous Spanish City is now open too.
Whitley Bay's golden sands are perfect for sandcastle building and long walks.
An outdoor play and water park is close by and ideal for keeping children entertained.
Playhouse Whitley Bay has a varied programme of shows and productions with something for everyone.
St Mary’s Lighthouse is one the borough’s main attractions, having stood as a beacon along the coastline since 1898. It features a nature reserve and wetland habitat ideal for rockpooling and often seals can be spotted lying on the rocks. The Lighthouse also marks the finish line of the popular North Tyneside 10k Road Race.
Tynemouth village is a popular place for people from far and wide to come for a variety of reasons. It is steeped in history, has some fabulous attractions, great shopping and a vibrant nightlife. A perfect destination for a day trip, the charming village has something to offer everyone.
The dramatic Tynemouth Priory & Castle dominates the headland. The site dates back centuries and is the burial place of Saints and Kings of the old Kingdom of Northumbria.
The village has strong maritime history connections, the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade was the first of its kind in the world and its unique story is told in a small museum. The magnificent monument to Lord Collingwood looking across the river is in honour of the local born Admiral who took over from Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar. There are some truly breathtaking walks to take round Tynemouth, the walk along the seafront is stunning and is rewarded with views of golden sandy beaches. The promenade takes you to the historic North Shields Fish Quay.
Blyth is a bustling port town with a rich history and a keen sense of its own identity. There has been a settlement in this part of South East Northumberland since the 12th century, but modern Blyth grew rapidly in the first part of the 18th century and reaped the rewards of the rise of coal mining, ship building, modern fishing and the railway and accommodation.
Blyth is still home to a port - which handles more than 1.5m tonnes of cargo each year - and its harbour is dominated by a set of stunning wind turbines which generate electricity for the National Grid.
There is also the popular South Beach, a beautiful stretch of golden sand, home to 20 brightly coloured beach huts, all of which are available for rent. Close to the beach there is a large children's play area, a fish and chip shop and public toilets and showers at an amenity building nearby.
Attractions include a large leisure centre and pool, the Phoenix Theatre, and Blyth Spartans - one of England's most famous amateur football clubs.
The town also has its own lighthouse. The High Light Lighthouse, built in 1888. It stands to the rear of Bath Terrace and is 18.74 meters (61.5ft) tall. It was deactivated in 1985 and is now preserved for the nation.
Blyth Battery, a coastal defence artillery battery, build in 1916 to protect the port of Blyth is now open as a Military and Local Heritage museum.
Cramlington is a town and civil parish in Northumberland, England, 9 miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne. The name suggests a probable founding by the Danes or Anglo-Saxons. Northumberlandia is a huge land sculpture in the shape of a reclining female figure, which was completed in 2012, near Cramlington, Northumberland, northern England. Made of 1.5 million tonnes of earth from neighbouring Shotton Surface Mine, it is 34 metres high and 400 metres long, set in a 19 hectares public park.
Plessey Wood Country Park offers 100 acres of woodland, meadows and riversides with nature trails and picnic areas.