Bishop of Newcastle
|Residence||Bishop's House, Gosforth|
|First holder||Ernest Wilberforce|
The Bishop of Newcastle is the ordinary of the Church of England's Diocese of Newcastle in the Province of York.
The diocese presently covers the County of Northumberland and the Alston Moor area of Cumbria. The see is in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne where the seat is located at the Cathedral Church of Saint Nicholas, a parish church elevated to cathedral status in 1882. The bishop's residence is Bishop's House, Gosforth — not far north of Newcastle city centre. 
The office has existed since the founding of the diocese in 1882 under Queen Victoria by division of the diocese of Durham. Helen-Ann Hartley became diocesan Bishop of Newcastle on 3 February 2023, the confirmation of her election. 
|Bishops of Newcastle|
|1882||1896||Ernest Wilberforce||Translated to Chichester.|
|1896||1903||Edgar Jacob||Translated to St Albans.|
|1903||1907||Arthur Lloyd||Translated from Thetford.|
|1907||1915||Norman Straton||Translated from Sodor and Man.|
|1927||1941||Harold Bilbrough||Translated from Dover.|
|1941||1957||Noel Hudson||Previously Bishop of Labuan and Sarawak then assistant bishop of St Albans; translated to Ely.|
|1973||1980||Ronald Bowlby||Translated to Southwark.|
|1981||1997||Alec Graham||Translated from Bedford.|
|1997||2014||Martin Wharton||Translated from Kingston-upon-Thames.|
|2014||2015|| Frank White |
Assistant Bishop of Newcastle
|Acting bishop, as Assistant Bishop of Newcastle|
|2015||2021||Christine Hardman||Retired 30 November 2021.  |
|2021||2023|| Mark Wroe |
Bishop of Berwick
|Acting bishop, as Bishop of Berwick. |
|2023||present||Helen-Ann Hartley||Elected 28 November 2022;  confirmed 3 February 2023. |
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Among those others who have served the diocese as assistant bishops have been:
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