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Corona Crisis

During the current crisis, and in line with government advice, Spetchells centre is closed to the public. Click here for more details

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.

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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

Corona Crisis

During the current crisis, Spetchells Centre is closed to the public. The Library is closed until the crisis is over. If you want to contact one of the organisations based in Spetchells Centre, please contact them directly and they will arrange to see you. Or contact...

Promoting volunteering in Prudhoe

We are delighted to invite you to our first discussion group to find ways of promoting Volunteering in Prudhoe. This will be held on: Date: Thursday 23rd January 2020 Time: 10.00am – 11.00am Venue: Spetchells Centre, 58 Front Street, Prudhoe NE42 5AA The meeting will...

Welcome to new trustee

Yvonne Ritchie has been elected as a trustee at the AGM to replace Kate Stanforth. Yvonne  moved to Prudhoe in September 2011. Her background is  rooted in community development and empowerment of adults within that community. Between retirements she spent nearly five...

Thumbs up for Front Street vision

A huge turnout packed the room at the Partnership's AGM to hear guest speaker Alan Wann's vison for the future of Front St. There was support for building new shops to extend the town centre and for recognising that we must move with the times and plan for more...

First ever Prudhoe Art Trail a brilliant start

Its all over for for this year. The first ever Art Trail in the North East took place on Prudhoe front Street where 18 shops displayed art by 25 local artists and create a huge buzz all week from shoppers and passers by. Visitors came from as far afield as Ashington...

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