Over the years Ponteland has proved to be a centre of activity and still today, throughout the year, Ponteland plays a positive role away from the daily routine.

A calendar of regular events has been put together for your forward planning

Ponteland also has a wealth of clubs, groups and organisations offering a wide range of interests for young and old; to see more view hereĀ PCP Website Links Activities

One of the principle reasons for people coming to live in Ponteland is its lifestyle and what this area can offer. In easy reach of Newcastle, Metro Centre, A1, A696, Morpeth, Hexham and Newcastle International Airport whilst still located with easy access to its rural surroundings.

There are a variety of recreational areas within Ponteland such as the bridleway travelling from the western end of Darras Hall through to the village and out towards the Airport. This originated as a railway line at the turn of the century closing in 1929 for passengers now a designated area for recreation and an active travel route.

In the centre of Ponteland is located Ponteland Park an 18 acre area with the river Pont running through to Coates Green an area of grassland in front of St Matthews Church. Over the past 20 years Ponteland has been able to grow whilst preserving its unique characteristics and heritage, highly valued by the community.