Getting here

St George's Park is just off the A197 in Morpeth and can be easily accessed by public transport or by car.

Below we have provided directions to St. George’s Park. If you need any more information, you can get in touch with us and we will try to help you.

Driving directions

A1 from the North – Once you reach Northgate Hospital, take the left slip road for Morpeth onto the A192. Follow the road into Morpeth and continue onto Dark Lane. Turn left just as you reach the A197. Continue along this road, past Easter Field Court and this road will bring you into the hospital site.

A1 from the South – Leave A1 at A697 (signposted Coldstream) junction. On slip road look for Northgate sign which takes you back over the A1. Join the southbound carriageway of the A1 and almost immediately take the exit for Morpeth (A192). Follow the road into Morpeth and continue onto Dark Lane. Turn left just as you reach the A197. Continue along this road, past Easter Field Court and this road will bring you into the hospital site.

Car parking information

Getting here by train

Trains run from Newcastle Station. Buses/trains connect with Morpeth town centre and get a connection to St. George’s Park from there.

Northern Rail's website offers train timetables

Getting here by bus

There is a regular bus service from Newcastle Haymarket to Morpeth and a connection St. George’s Park from there.

Bus timetables can be found on the Nexus website