You may have noticed that our web site has a new home. We are no longer at www.corbridge.gov.uk, we've moved to www.corbridge.ukpc.net and our Clerk has a new email address too. Please bookmark our new web address so that you can easily find us next time and make a note of Mandy Senior's new email address - email@example.com.
Have you something to say about Corbridge? Our new forum is the best place to say it. You can make a comment about the village, tell a story, ask a question or just use it to get something off your chest. The forum is open to everyone to read and share, but if you want to have your say, we'll ask you to register (don't worry, it's easy). Follow the link on the menu bar or click here to have a look now.
The Council has now published 17 editions of its newsletter, Corbridge Matters. Now you can catch up with some editions you may have missed!
Corbridge is one of the most charming and historic villages in the north east. Perched above the River Tyne, in the rural beauty of Roman Wall country, the village is both a lively, modern community and a heritage treasure. It supports many businesses including shops, restaraunts and hotels, and attracts visitors from all over the world. At its heart are residents who care for their village and its people. Its community is strengthened by its excellent schools, the Parish Church of St Andrew, two chapels and a Parish Hall that is the focus of many community activities.
Our web site has been designed to provide a valuable source of information not only to residents but also those who are interested in the life of the village. Our pages are bursting with interesting, live content. The Corbridge Health Walks, Health Centre, village history and our useful links page are just some of them.
And don't forget to keep an eye on the Village Noticeboard on the right of this page.
Please bookmark this page so that you can keep visiting us.