The electoral ward of Lemington has absolutely nothing to do with the game that involved tiny people walking off of buildings together – but funnily enough there are a lot of tall buildings in the region. Back in the day this location had a very solid industrial presence within the UK and even now it’s considered one of the main trading hubs for businesses within Newcastle upon Tyne.
How easy is it to get around?
If you’re keen to see the Lemington Power Station (the place responsible for the production of a type of coal known as coke), or if you are just planning on passing by; you’ll be happy to hear that there is a lot to do. There are the ruins of the Tyne Iron Company Ironworks nearby, as well as a host of modern attractions to enjoy no matter how long you are planning on staying.
In fact if you’re just planning on passing through, why not stop by the local high street to take in the architecture that has become synonymous with the region? There are a host of restaurants, bars, shops, bakeries and delicatessens to enjoy, so as long as you are happy to take a stroll or book a cab – your enjoyment will speak for itself soon enough.
What about the salons?
Ah, the salons. How exciting! Just the mention of the word has us feeling much happier. There are several in the region and some of them are well-known for having played host to the likes of A-list celebrities. There’s no obligation to visit these centres, unless you want to however, and you’ll probably find that the most affordable are those that occupy the high street and the back alleys.
Whatever you’re looking for, be sure to stop by our listings to really get to grips with what might be available – and if you come across a salon that takes your fancy, the only thing that you’ll need to do is to give them a call and book an appointment at a time and date that suits you.