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 Opening up again

We are  ready to welcome you back into Spetchells Centre and a warm welcome awaits you. The library is opening limited hours by appointment. Karbon, Police and the Revenue and Benefits team are still all working remotely. Other groups are working away inside Spetchells Centre and can be visited by appointment through the side door.

 Join Prudhoe Community Partnership as a Trustee

We are currently seeking volunteers to join our Trustee team. If you’re interested please click this link and send us a message stating your interest.

 Find out more about Volunteering in Prudhoe (ViP)

 …. supporting volunteering groups and volunteers in the Prudhoe, Mickley, Stocksfield, Ovington, Ovingham and Wylam areas 

Community Partnership

The Partnership is working hard to make Prudhoe a great place to live and work, welcoming for all.

Our vison is of a friendly thriving town that has attractive facilities, great shops  and good services – a town which looks after and values everyone.

Our biggest achievement to date is building and running Spetchells Centre –  a one stop community hub on Front Street.

We are  involved in a range of projects that are informed by a community survey in 2018.

Get involved, become a member and lets work together to help Prudhoe move with the times.

Spetchells Centre

Spetchells Centre is a busy community hub on Front Street at the heart of the town. It houses the library, the local police, the benefits service, the food bank, the town council and much more.

About Prudhoe

Prudhoe is a thriving town of 12,000 people, growing all the time.

Prudhoe is a friendly place where the locals want to get to know you.

Four out of five people rate Prudhoe as a good place to live.

Get in Touch

If you have any questions about the Prudhoe Community Partnership or the Spetchells Centre then please don't hesitate to call, email or use this contact form.

Latest News

Prudhoe Community Partnership Trustees

The Prudhoe Community Partnership is managed by a board of up to 12 trustees, each of whom bring skills and a commitment to serve the people, businesses and communities of Prudhoe and the surrounding area.  The Board meets every two months with other meetings relating...

Prudhoe Library reopens

Great news ! The select & collect service is now available from Prudhoe Library . You can preorder books and arrange to collect them For details see https://northumberland.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/MSGTRNGEN/WPAC/SELECTCOLLECT

When will Spetchells Centre open?

We are really sorry but the library is some way away from opening again which is a great disappointment to members of the public wanting to borrow books and use the computers. Until then, we cannot open the front door but other groups are working away in the building...

Corona Crisis

 We are really sorry but the library is some way away from opening again which is a great disappointment to members of the public wanting to borrow books and use the computers. Until then, we cannot open the front door but other groups are working away in the building...

Volunteering in Prudhoe

Volunteering in Prudhoe (ViP) is part of the Prudhoe Community Partnership and has been set up to promote, support and celebrate volunteering in Prudhoe and the surrounding villages of Mickley, Stocksfield, Ovington, Ovingham and Wylam. This group is for: -       any...

Working together to make Prudhoe a great place to live and work.