What is the population of Corbridge Northumberland?


Corbridge Location within Northumberland
Population 3,672 (2011)
OS grid reference NY990646
Civil parish Corbridge

Is Corbridge a nice place to live?

Corbridge has long been a jewel in the Tyne Valley crown with its cobbled streets, independent shops and proximity to stunning countryside and Hadrian’s Wall. The village has a strong sense of community and offers a peaceful way of life just 16 miles west of Newcastle and 4 miles from the popular market town of Hexham.

Does Corbridge have a market?

Corbridge is also known for its large number of independent businesses. The present day Market Place has a baker, art shop, traditional grocer and more. There is much else to discover including jewellers, a baby at a bank, a cookshop, garden room, florists, gift and furniture stores.

How old is Corbridge?

After the Romans The Saxon settlement at Corbridge was established (probably in the 7th century) half a mile east of the ruins of the Roman town, at a good fording place.

What shops are at Corbridge?

General Shops

  • Watsonia florists. 2 Front Street, Market Place,
  • The Paper Shop. 1 Town Hall Buildings, Princes Street,
  • Off The Wall. Hill Street, Corbridge,
  • Balman Gallery Ltd. Town Hall Buildings,
  • Fifiefofum Ltd. Westside Farm, Newton,
  • Acanthus. Sydgate House,
  • Delight & Wisdom. 15 Market Place,
  • J D Hall. 2 Hill Street,

Is there a river walk from Hexham to Corbridge?

A lovely walk from Hexham to Corbridge with some nice woodland trails and a riverside section in Corbridge. You follow the river north to the point where it meets the River Tyne and then turn east to Corbridge Bridge. The 17th-century stone bridge will take you across the river into Corbridge.

Where is the best place to live in Northumberland?

Best villages in Northumberland

  • Corbridge: A historic village in Northumberland. Corbridge is a historic village which sits on the River Tyne in the picturesque Tyne Valley and is a very popular place to live in Northumberland.
  • Wylam: Tyne Valley commuter village.
  • Ponteland: Exclusive property for sale.

What day is corbridge market on?

second Sunday of
Greenhead Farmers Market Known as “the friendly village market”, we run on the second Sunday of every month, all year round, at the village hall in Greenhead, from 10am to 2pm.

What day is market day in Hexham?

Hexham Farmers’ Market takes place every second and fourth Saturday of the month in Hexham’s Market Place. In the winter the markets runs between 9am and 1.30 pm and in the summer the market continues until 2pm.

Where does the name Corbridge come from?

English (Yorkshire): habitational name from Corbridge in Northumberland, named in late Old English as Corebricg ‘bridge near Corchester’, from a shortened form of Corstopitum, the Celtic name of Corchester + Old English brycg ‘bridge’.

Is re open in Corbridge?

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 5.00pm (open to 6.00pm on Thursdays) & Sunday Noon to 4.00pm.