Welcome to the Town Centres Web site for North Shields, Wallsend and Whitley Bay. Use our search facility above to find businesses and services in each of the town centres. All local high street businesses based in North Tyneside may apply for a free entry - we currently hold information on over 1850 across North Tyneside.
If you have a business which is listed on the site you can use the 'Login' option at the bottom of this page to access your business details. If you need help with logging in then you can use the 'Contact Us' button to the left of the screen to request assistance.
If your business is not listed and you'd like it to be then use the 'Register' option, but before doing so please use the search faciliity to check that there isn't already a listing for the business.
The site is still under development so if you spot any mistakes or have any comments please use the 'contact us' form to let us know!
Children in North Shields, Wallsend and Whitley Bay are urged to help Santa find his missing reindeer in a fun town centre trail.
Whitley Bay's Grade II listed Spanish City and Dome is to be restored and reopened to the public following the announcement of a £3.7million Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant to North Tyneside Council.
Nexus is investing to improve bus travel in North Shields by installing new shelters in the town centre, including better lighting and CCTV security.
Metro passengers can look forward to a new and more modern way of accessing the system as Metro’s new smart functionality – including automatic ticket gates and validators - is activated from next week.
Overall shop prices reported annual deflation for the sixth consecutive month in October, deepening to 0.5% from the 0.2% decline reported in September. Food inflation slowed to 2.7% in October from 2.9% in September. Non-food reported annual deflation of 2.4% in October from 2.0% in September.
Retail footfall dropped 2.4% year-on-year in September with all regions recording a decline in activity according to figures released by the British Retail Consortium and Springboard.