Forest Hall

Forest Hall named after a long gone palatial residence, is a north eastern suburb of Newcastle, adjacent to but fiercely separate from Killingworth. Until the mid-1960s it was a sleepy village with a railway station on the main line to Edinburgh. Now with the addition of new homes and improved local amenities, Forest Hall is becoming more and more attractive to buyers.

Forest Hall also has very good public transport connections, with frequent buses through the village centre and Newcastle city centre is only 15–20 minutes travel by bus. Forest Hall is also served by two Metro stations.

The East Coast Main Line runs through Forest Hall. The old Forest Hall station was closed down and a public house, "The Flying Scotsman", was opened on the site of the old railway station in May 1969, named after the Flying Scotsman rail service that uses the route.

Our Forest Hall branch also cover the neighbouring regions of Killingworth, West Moor, Palmersville, Holystone, West Allotment, Northumberland Park, Backworth, Shiremoor, Benton, Longbenton, Burradon and Camperdown.