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Living in West Denton: The Local Area Guide

West Denton is a Newcastle suburb conveniently located for commuting throughout the region. Nestled in the western part of the city, it enjoys an abundance of transport links and recreational outlets. Residents can access central Newcastle in under 20 minutes, which ensures that all of the city’s major shops and bustling nightlife are right on your doorstep.

Yet the area of West Denton is quiet, laid-back and residential, offering the best of both worlds to those who choose to live there. Its high street includes a number of shops and conveniences. There’s a major shopping centre on hand, along with several parks and a highly rated primary school. West Denton is also well-equipped for sport and recreational activities, the leisure centre being a particular highlight. The West Denton Pool is also home to Newcastle’s longest swimming pool, ideal for laps and stamina training, and also offers a state-of-the-art fitness suite and two additional pools to splash around in. The Denton Dene is another go-to destination for leisure, with its thick woodland and wildlife. This natural corridor of parkland skirts along Newcastle’s west end and is a designated nature reserve, providing an area of serenity for cycling, dog walking or bird watching.

Demographics

Due to its convenient location, West Denton is a natural fit for professionals commuting into the larger city centres of Newcastle or Gateshead. It’s also popular with young families, and the population skews both older and younger than the national average. There are numerous retirees who call West Denton home as well.

West Denton is considered to be a major portion of the Denton ward. The population of this ward in total is approximately 10,500, with a high population density. Home ownership and full-time employment are both on par with the national averages for these economic markets.

Education

West Denton is known for its good primary schools. West Denton Primary, in particular, is lauded by Ofsted for offering students a high quality of teaching, and its leadership is deemed to be outstanding. The school takes a unique approach to education, offering students hands-on learning opportunities whenever possible. One example of this is the bush craft area, with its tree house and fire pit, intended to give small children an appreciation for nature.

Another school with a hands-on aesthetic is Studio West. This is a specialty secondary school in town, with a focus on the studio experience. The school serves pupils between the ages of 14 and 19, offering them live work experiences blended with traditional academics as a preparatory link to the work force.

Transport

One of West Denton’s greatest strengths is its convenient location, being just 20 minutes by bus or car into central Newcastle. There are numerous bus lines that pass through the town, such as the 38A and number 10 buses. The town is also surrounded by convenient motorways, including the A69 trunk road and A1 national motorway.

Within Newcastle, additional public transport links are on hand. West Denton residents can hop on the Tyne and Wear Metro, which travels around Newcastle’s city centre and provides service to additional destinations in the region. These include the coast, Newcastle International Airport, Gateshead, and Sutherland. National rail services are also on hand in Newcastle’s city centre, with trains operated by Virgin East Coast Rail and others.

Amenities & Shopping

Newcastle residents flock to West Denton to visit its shopping centre. The West Denton Retail Park sprawls out over five acres of space and includes copious parking and a variety of shops. One popular retailer in this business park is Go Outdoors, which sells everything you need for exploring the countryside. There is also an impressive Morrison’s supermarket for stocking up on the essentials.

Naturally, all of the famed shops of Newcastle are a short bus ride away, whether you’re in search of quirky vintage wares or gifts. Major shopping malls in the region include the intu Eldon Square in Newcastle and MetroCentre in Gateshead.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@primelocation.com

p>All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith

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