Wooler and Glendale

Gateway to the Cheviot Hills

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Thank you for completing the Heart of Hadrian's Wall Tourism Association membership process and requesting to pay via BACS.

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Bank Sort Code: 08-92-99

Bank Account Number: 65485563

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About Us

Glendale is the gateway to the Cheviot Hills.

Welcome to the Wooler & Glendale Community Website...

Wooler, an attractive stone-built Market Town in Northumberland, perched high above the Wooler Water in the foothills of the Cheviots is a natural gateway to Glendale and Northumberland National Park

The clean air and natural beauty of the area has built the reputation of Wooler & Glendale as a place to relax and recuperate. Early visitors included Daniel Defoe, Sir Walter Scott and local heroine Grace Darling. The magnificent backdrop of Humbleton Hill is mentioned in the opening scenes of one of the country's greatest literary works – Shakespeare’s Henry IV.

The bustling main street serves the rural area of Glendale and hosts specialist shops and cafes and a wide range of accommodation is on offer to entice visitors to stay and sample the best of the great outdoors, there's plenty to do for all the family throughout the area:

  • Circular walking routes on quiet footpaths & byways
  • Fishing on the Till and Tweed
  • Exhilarating road & mountain bike routes
  • 19th Century working corn mill and light railway and the many attractions on Ford & Etal estates
  • Iron Age & Bronze Age settlements
  • Hillforts and rock carvings
  • Gliding, Golf, Climbing, Tennis etc.

The long distance Pennine Cycleway and St Cuthbert’s Way walk bisect the area and the stunning Northumberland coastline and Alnwick Garden are only 35 minutes away.