Rickleton

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Rickleton
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Rickleton
Location within Tyne and Wear
Population3,058 
OS grid reference NZ 28907 53897
Metropolitan borough
Metropolitan county
Region
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town WASHINGTON
Postcode district NE38
Dialling code 0191
Police Northumbria
Fire Tyne and Wear
Ambulance North East
UK Parliament
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UK
England
Tyne and Wear
54°52′44″N1°33′04″W / 54.879°N 1.551°W / 54.879; -1.551 Coordinates: 54°52′44″N1°33′04″W / 54.879°N 1.551°W / 54.879; -1.551

Rickleton is an area of Washington, Tyne and Wear, England. It is located on the south side of Washington Town and borders Harraton village, Birtley and County Durham. The village centre includes a Londis supermarket, a general store, a hairdressing salon, a Fish and Chip takeaway and a bus link, which has buses linking to other areas of Washington and County Durham. [1] A family pub, The Woodlands, [2] Washington Cricket club, two doctors surgeries and a chemists can also be found here. There is also a large field with a small children's playing area located just of the bus route through Rickleton.

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Vigo Lane is the main road and runs through Rickleton and into Harraton.

The Sea to Sea Cycle Route runs through the village, on the site of a disused railway.

Rickleton Primary School is located in the village centre.

Transport

The village has roads forming a loop around the village, these roads are called Rickleton Way, Bonemill lane and Picktree Lane. The village has a bus service operated by Go North East.

The nearest railway station is Chester-le-Street railway station.

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